Sara Dillard, Author at Inverse-Square
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Author: Sara Dillard

If you’re ready to propel your business forward with a new software solution and are considering engaging with a custom software development firm, there are certain questions you need to ask yourself and certain decisions that must be made before you begin. These decisions will...

Since 2016, Texas native Daniel has been writing top-of-the-line code for ongoing support and enhancement projects and developing new applications for Inverse-Square clients. But code was not always the plan for Daniel. “Originally, I thought I was going to go into medicine. I was always into...

Besides the abundance of donuts that can usually be found in the break room, what Senior Application Developer Tyler really enjoys about Inverse-Square is the autonomy that comes from building robust solutions to unique problems for our clients....

Since 2012, Inverse-Square has been working with Cook Medical to optimize their Event Tracker system, an online platform that links Cook Medical’s global enterprise from North America to Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.
No one gets into business with plans to stay the same, year after year. Those goals you’ve been working toward — higher profits, more or better clients, more time for things that matter, stronger reputation — none of it can happen if you can’t increase your productivity, reduce waste, fine-tune processes and metrics, and adapt to evolving market demands. Whether you’re leading a humble startup, have reached profitability with a solid cadre of loyal customers, or managed to mushroom into a high-powered enterprise, sustainable growth will hinge on your ability to scale: that’s what systems integration can do for you.

Software development projects are complex; there are many components that need to come together, such as specific requirements, design, and production. With so many stakeholders involved, it's imperative to have an effective liaison to ensure the development is tailor-made to fulfill your needs. This is where...

This is a story about Jim. Jim is planning on proposing to his girlfriend on Valentine's Day. He has it all planned out, the flowers, the restaurant, the dessert, the precise moment, everything! This is a story about Jim's boss. Jim's boss doesn't care about Jim's engagement, or Valentine's Day. All he cares about is getting his financial reports completed before the board meeting the next morning. Too bad he didn't tell Jim this until 4:30 in the afternoon. Those reports take hours and hours to run. There goes Jim's romantic plans!

Since Inverse-Square was founded, we have worked hard to perfect our craft for the benefit of our clients. To ensure transparency, we communicate the progress of each project with weekly reports and updates. Based on our experience and the feedback we have received, we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions (FAQs)...

Late last year, the IRS issued final regulations providing rules for taxpayers who develop their own internal-use software and want to claim a research tax credit (research credit). These changes, initially proposed in 2015, were highly anticipated. But little is known about how to take full advantage of...