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Custom software development

DO’s And DON’Ts when Contracting Software Developers From Overseas

July 08, 2015 | 
In our 15 years of custom software development, we have witnessed numerous cases where it has gone wrong. Success stories, however, are also quite common. Here are mistakes that led to failure and points that ensured success. Read more

Which Types of Companies Offer Custom Software Development?

June 29, 2015 | 
The market for remote custom software development is quickly reaching the $100 billion mark and continues to grow all the time.  Development projects can range anywhere from a website, customer relationship management databases, email marketing tracking, or financial software for brokers.  What kind of company should you choose when hiring a remote software development team?   Probably the one that will fit your needs, budget, timeline, and organizational culture.   Here is your quick start - a short overview of the marketplace. Read more

3 Tips to Increase Efficiency with your Dedicated Software Development Team

June 15, 2015 | 
In today’s business world, you need an efficient team now more than ever.  How do you make sure the people within your organization are effective contributors if your company is scattered across the globe? We are giving you three hands-on tips which, as our experience proves, have the strongest effect. Read more

The CRM Advantage

December 31, 2013 | 
The CRM Advantage The real estate industry was slow to implement CRM solutions. Despite the great need for a proper CRM system the independence of agents and franchise nature of the business made this slow adoption a reality. With on-demand services increasingly prevalent, agents began to discover the power of CRM. In a business that employs large sales forces, the need to build lasting relationships with clients and process large numbers of documents, sales leads and referrals and maintain property listings, CRM has moved to the mainstream in real estate. Inline with yesterday’s post, Real estate, like so many other forms of commerce, is well on its way to the online realm. The visual nature of the industry is well matched for the capabilities of Web 2.0 technologies. In recent years, agents have been finding buyers via real estate wikis, blogs and networking sites.  Realtor.com, RealTown, Redfin, Trulia, Real Estate Wiki and Zillow are a few names in the game. Likewise, prospective buyers are using the same tools for educational purposes, to browse properties and even negotiate mortgage financing. While face-to-face interaction is still an important facet of home buying and selling, the industry is transforming at quite a pace. With relevant information readily available, online clients are finding out about homes before their agents. The tech savvy buyer has a definite advantage over fellow buyers and at times even their brokerage. Read more

Content over Cover: Websites are more than surface-deep

November 27, 2013 | 
  Despite an obvious trend toward the superficial, content still trumps appearance when it comes to building a successful website. In a recent article, published in Content Strategist , author Leanna Kelly simply contends, “bad content equals bad customer service.” The online world is an impersonal one, to make up for this customer service and quality content must be held as paramount. Read more