The term “Bespoke” means tailor made or something made for a specific purpose. As far as software development is concerned, it is a known fact that each and every business follows a different working strategy and process.
Any standard software available in the market may not solve all the purposes of a particular business because it is not exclusively made for the same. To overcome unique business challenges, one has to go for bespoke software which is specifically made for that business.
To start with, we thoroughly examine the requirements of a business as well as the logic behind it and thus plan the workflow of the project after in-depth discussion with all the stakeholders of the project.
Following this, we devise list of features that will efficiently and accurately complete the intended task. We go through the changes required in the features,encompass the feedback of end users and prepare a final wireframe.
Generic software can get outdated or obsolete over a period of time. But, bespoke software can adapt to the changes according to the latest trends in your industry. We keep on adding innovative ideas as and when required and keep your software updated.
Ultimate goal of a software should be how well it solves your problems and keeps your customers happy. Generic software can be commercially cheaper but fails to address your issues as it is specifically not made as per your business logic.
Bespoke software is developed with high focus and thus in long run can add value to your business. Below are the few reasons why one should opt for Bespoke Solution over Off-the-shelf Softwares.
According to the rule, if you can’t find a product that satisfies at least 80% of your requirements, you’re likely to end up with a solution that falls short and needs to be replaced. Custom-built software, by definition is fully customized to your needs.
Since COTS (Commercial Of-The-Shelf) systems typically target the widest possible audience, you may find that you’re paying for a lot of features you never use.
Buying a COTS system that lacks extensibility could mean you’ll be in the market for software again in just a few years.
Custom-built software allows you to add or remove features as you grow.
You can design your custom-built software to integrate with any software you want.