Custom Software Development FAQ Project Management Perspectives
Since our company was founded, we have improved our skills and found novel ways of working with clients to make them happy. Our primary goal is to provide high-quality projects for every client.
But day by day, we faced the same frequently asked questions. We already answered some of them in previous articles, but sometimes our new clients may have more questions. In this article, we will try to address this issue and give more answers to FAQs.
Why is custom software at such a high cost?
Custom web app development is an undertaking that requires time. It takes time to understand its processes, collect specifications, meet the needs, and develop the program.
While this is a major investment, you will possess the code by investing in personalized software rather than having a long-term licensing deal with another software company. You pay for quality work and the right to own your code here.
What benefits will my business get from custom software?
A custom business software application improves operation performance by automating operations. By accurately automating enterprise operations, custom software reduces the time and energy of the key processes.
The fundamental idea is that you will have to change your business if you use existing software. This could cause your business to lose time and money. When you develop software for your business, you don’t have to change anything, and your business will work even better.
Software for your business, instead of the software business.
How do you manage our project?
Custom software developers widely use two types of methodologies: Agile and Waterfall. At Webspaceteam, we prefer to manage our projects by integrating them with our approach and concentrating on practice rather than theory.
To learn more about the methodologies we use, you can read our previous articles:
What does a standard contract look like?
You can choose from different contracts when you develop a custom web application. So naturally, a flexible developer tries to match the specific project character with the contract. Still, the developer responsible informs you that both parties’ burdens should be shared fairly in the contract.
How can I check what’s going on with the project?
Every week, we keep you in the loop about how things are going and real progress compared to the project plan. Good, practice having a demo every 2-4 weeks.
If you still have some questions, we are always glad to answer. All you need to do is to text us! =)