Have you ever rented or bought a house? Chances are you have, and you know that it's a time consuming and daunting practice.
Now imagine if you worked for a property firm and comparing homes to rent and buy was your bread and butter. RENU Management is in the buying and renting property game, and knows all too well how much work is involved, but thanks to the amazing skill of Lead Solutions Engineer, Joe Diekhoff, and his team, comparing properties just got a whole lot easier!
When Team Awesome isn't toiling on custom web application development or working on a process efficiency project, we like to party, and luckily for us, we're in the perfect spot, the Stutz Building!
One of the best things about working in the historic Stutz building, besides the cars and Bearcats of course, is the annual Stutz Artist Open House. Seventy in house artists showing their wares, music, performers, and classic cars on display... it's quite the show! And it's the perfect excuse to throw our own Open House to coincide with it.
Doing business in a world of high volume employment or high employee turnover where every employee requires some level of background screening, can mean time consuming and monotonous work. But thanks to process automation, it doesn't have to.
For any relationship to succeed, honest conversations are vital. The same goes for a relationship between a custom software developer and their client.
At Inverse-Square, we know that if we tackle three conversations with our clients before beginning development, the process will be smoother for everyone involved. And even though those conversations can be difficult, they can be the key to the success of a custom software development project.
2014 was a banner year for Indianapolis software companies and for us at Inverse-Square, it certainly didn't disappoint!
Whether we were working hard on web application development, showing interns what daily life as a custom software developer is really all about, or making everyday Take Your Dog To Work Day, it felt more like play than work, and that's the Inverse-Square way!
We all know Disney Land is the happiest place on Earth, and who hasn't heard that joyful cry of, "I'm going to Disney World"! But, here's something we never hear; "I'm going to sit behind a computer and repeatedly enter twelve digit codes until my eyes are blurry!" And for good reason too, who would want to do that? Unfortunately, that's something that the folks at Music Travel Consultants knew about all too well.
In February, the staff of Inverse-Square embarked on their first annual company retreat. They setoff on a wintry Thursday to beautiful, Bourbon Ridge in Hocking Hills, Ohio for two days of team building and fun.
They certainly can print anything you need, but it’s Fineline Printing Group's consultative & customer-focused approach that sets them apart. As their motto states, “we won’t ask for your business until we can improve it”, and it’s been the philosophy of founder Richard Miller and Fineline since the company’s inception in 1981.
Lead Solution Engineer, Joe Diekhoff, has been with Inverse-Square since our doors first opened. But when Joe isn't designing software, he spends his time helping to open doors for young people in Indianapolis as a volunteer with School on Wheels.
The active development of your application is complete and your new custom software has been installed. Now it is time to consider the cost of maintaining your software through its life cycle. Be prepared, and take into consideration the cost that this will require and have a discussion with your developer about the level of maintenance your software will need.