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Custom Development Investment

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...

When figuring out whether it makes sense to buy or build (check out our infographic to help you with this decision), you might think that a big con to building might be the cost. Most people associate anything custom with being expensive....

Do you hire an external firm to help you? Do you need someone internally to complete the project? These are really common questions everyone has when they’re getting ready to build a custom application for their business or organization. While there are pros and cons to...

One of the most challenging things about building custom software applications is estimating the time involved for the build and the associated cost. The crux of this challenge comes from the fact that we are a custom software development shop and most of what we do is being done for the first time. There is a lot of research and development in our work, and that can lead to uncertainties. When there's not a software solution on the shelf that fits your needs and we take on your custom project, we minimize the challenge of time and budget estimation with thorough planning.
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 web application development project.