Business

Software scoping - a step-by-step guide to doing it right

In a nutshell, software scoping is the process of understanding the underlying business need and defining how that’s going to translate into a piece of software that addresses those needs in the best way.

Sam Millner 02-04-19 6 minute read

Which database should I use?

By definition, living in an information age means we have an awful lot of data. And in order for us to use that data, it needs to be organised. Enter the database.

Joe Lee-Moyet 15-03-19 6 minute read

Digital transformation - three questions to ask yourself

Keeping up is a valid motivator for engaging with digital transformation. But rather than charging in blindly, stop and ask yourself these three important questions first.

Ric Hill 25-02-19 5 minute read

7 questions to ask before appointing a software partner

Embarking on a new software project is a big deal and one of the most important decisions you’ll make in the early stages is which software development company to work with.

Dan Phipps 01-02-19 6 minute read

Is Bespoke worth it? Part Two

In part one we asked if custom-written - or ‘Bespoke’ software is worth investing in. Our answer was (unsurprisingly) it depends! This article discusses more about how we think about the business case.

Sam Milner 05-12-18 4 minute read

Is Bespoke worth it?

Bespoke and Off-the-Shelf software both have pros and cons. Sam discusses these and suggests how to help your business decide.

Sam Milner 16-11-18 3 minute read