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Custom Web App Development

At Inverse-Square, we talk a lot about why a whole team of talent is required to make a successful application, as opposed to only one developer. In order to build versatile and well-rounded custom software, you need a versatile and well-rounded team. Part of that...

In the process of building a custom application, most people think about the design and build phase. In these phases, your team is filled with expectations for how it will perform, impact their workload, customer satisfaction and business objectives. ...

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.

So, you’ve decided to boost your business with a custom software solution - wise choice. But naturally, we’re sure you have some concerns about how your project will be managed. Don’t worry, our Project Manager (PM) has got it covered....

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...

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)...

In most businesses, certain processes are repeatable - everyday it's the same tasks and the same check list being checked off. It may seem like you have the procedures down pat, but how can you be so sure? You've been doing the same for so long, how do you know if that same old way, is the best way? Not executing business processes in the most efficient way means you could be losing out on valuable time; and you know what they say, "time is money". That's why it is well worth it to have someone else take a look at them for you. Review these five tips to see where you might be going wrong, and where you can go right:
There's a saying we like to kick around the office, "always write code like the person maintaining it after you is a homicidal psychopath that knows where you live." Basically, it means write clean code. There are many reasons writing clean code is important, but Technical Debt is probably at the top of that list. While Technical Debt is a topic that is not widely known outside of the software development industry, it's one that can have far reaching effects.