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Mobile App Development

In any business, time is money, with the upshot being that labor is money. Nearly every business has looked for ways to save money by reducing the amount of labor required to perform a task. Manufacturing companies have turned this into an art form through a variety of industrial engineering activities such as operations management, ergonomics, system simulations, and ongoing performance analysis of each step in the manufacture of a part. By reducing the time to perform each action, significant cost savings can be realized across an organization. This concept can also be applied to business operations, and the advancements in computing hardware and software have accelerated the adoption of process automation in the office, not just on the factory floor.

Mobile app development is a big job with tremendous potential for boosting your organization’s revenue, operations, customer experience and engagement — but also great potential to derail if you go into it blindly, without a trusted guide or proven path....

It’s no secret that everyone is mobile in today’s world. Whether we’re checking email, transferring money, updating social media, or browsing news, our mobile device has become the new medium for work and play. As a natural progression, you might be thinking about whether or not...

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. 
Imagine your business processes streamlined, no more paper forms, no more repetitive and mindless data entry. Imagine business processes where tracking and notifications occur automatically and free of errors. Now imagine how much time and resources that would save. We can make those savings a reality with Process Automation.

Technological changes move at a lightning's pace; that includes the coding languages we write in and the tools we use to develop software. We know that training is key to staying up to date in the fast paced world of technological development. Our Developers train...

Devin Chappell is all about the quality code. As a Full Stack Developer at Inverse-Square, most of Devin's days are made up of solid programming which as far as he is concerned, is pretty great. Give him a chilled, laid back environment, and Devin is quite content to code all day long. Luckily for him and us, Devin finds the vibe at the Inverse-Square office perfect in that capacity. And when he goes home, sometimes he even works on his own programming projects.
You know that phrase, new year, new you? Well, what about, new year, better business? Haven't heard that one have you?  We can help you make that happen. If you really want your business to grow, first off, you need to ask yourself, "will our processes support the growth?" Because as much as growth is the goal of any business, expansion and success can lead to operational challenges that can in turn hinder that growth.  Next, we suggest you review these five steps to help you increase productivity: