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At the beginning of the summer, recent Eleven Fifty Academy graduate, Sydney Vespa, joined Team Awesome as an intern. After three months of proving herself to be, well, awesome, Sydney was offered a full-time role as a Quality Assurance Automation Engineer. We chatted with Sydney about...

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, businesses can achieve significant cost savings across their organization. You can also apply this concept to business operations. The advancements in computing hardware and software have accelerated the adoption of process automation in the office, not just on the factory floor.
Is your business ready to save time and money by streamlining its processes? Are you wondering whether you should buy 'off the shelf' or develop your own custom software solution? At Inverse-Square, we specialize in workflow automation software, but we know that going custom isn't necessarily the right fit for everyone. This article is intended to help you consider a few of the pros and cons of engaging with a custom software development company to help you make your decision.
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.
When engaging with a software development company, it's essential to keep in mind that having custom software developed is not a one-time thing. Like a car or a home, a custom web application needs maintenance and the occasional upgrade; that's true whether we are building software for non-profits, big business, or even Jolly Old Saint Nick. That's right, Jolly Old Saint Nick! Santa Claus's Access database had crashed under the weight of the ever-increasing data loads of the naughty and nice lists, and he needed a custom application to maximize operational efficiency at Santa's Workshop.
Inverse-Square has been privileged to work with a host of amazing clients, big and small, public and private, on a myriad of custom software projects. From an Online Auction Platform to Volunteer Management Software, and an innovative Property Management System, we've built it all. Each project we've worked on has been exciting and with their own unique set of challenges, but as much as we don't like to play favorites, none can compare to the work we did for Santa's Workshop!

When your business or organization needs a custom application that can increase productivity and achieve your business goals, you need a great team at its helm. Inverse-Square’s values align to bring you tailor-made development and unparalleled customer service....

You’ve finally pulled the plug and made the decision to speak to us about how a custom software solution can benefit your business. The development process may seem daunting and you might be feeling overwhelmed. We can understand that. But, at Inverse-Square, efficiency is critical!...

As Senior Application Architect at Inverse-Square, I’ve had the pleasure of working on a myriad of successful application development projects. From a mobile app for a travel company, to a nationwide property acquisition system, they’ve all had different requirements but one very important thing in...

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. ...