7 Reasons Why You Should Treat Your Custom Application Like an Employee
This is a cross-post from PanopticDev.com
Custom software can be an expensive investment, but if you design it to do a job and invest in it like an employee, you’ll be able to track results better and budget for it accordingly. So when a potential client comes to us looking to have a custom application built, one of the first things we want to know is, what’s its job? Whether it’s going to be a mobile app, a website, an API, an embedded system, a device driver, or whatever, every custom application ultimately works for that client, just like their employees.
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