Bespoke Software is not as expensive as you might imagine. When compared to the benefits of removing manual repetitive tasks from your organisation or giving you a competitive edge over the competition it makes sense more often that most people think.
Software is a vital component of every industry and touches nearly every job within those industries. With the constant pressure on employees time and for organisations to become ever more efficient, companies are turning to software developers to create solutions that do exactly what they need, not just off the shelf solutions that nearly do what you need.
That is why we like to think of ourselves as your software partner, we strive to understand your business and your requirements before working to solve those requirements using the best quality technologies available today.
Full Metal Software prides itself in delivering great solutions that beat our clients’ expectations.
Our project management experience is a transferable skill. It can be used on projects of any size, in any programming language and with any number of teams involved. A project manager is the key to success of all development projects. They not only provide resource and change management but also solve problems as and when they arrive (they will!).
Also Full Metal Software offers our expertise on many areas of technology. We can audit your software and hardware, make sure you have the right tools for your business. In addition we can write detailed technical specifications for development work if you want to put your project out to tender and can vet the responses to the tender.
Full Metal Software does a lot more than just development.
There are many reasons to consider updating the older software in your organisation. The most important is the issue of security, especially if it is running on old, no longer supported, operating systems. It is a big issue that a lot of organisations face.
It doesn’t need to be a problem though, if you have software that works the way you want but is running on an old code base you have the lot of the work of new software development already done. Porting code to modern alternatives is like a new development project with design and how it works already sorted.
The great thing is that you get other benefits too, like being able to use new code features to improve your current system, make it mobile friendly, accessible from anywhere, easier to maintain and update.
Full Metal Software has a broad range of legacy language knowledge. With over 15 years’ experience of software development, we worked with a lot of these languages when we started out!
As more software is used in the day to day processes of your business you may notice that everything is not running as efficiently as it should. Look for unnecessary manual processes that are happening. Copying information from one system to another or even having to log in to many applications when one would do.
Integrating multiple software applications can massively increase efficiency of a business and cut out human error. Integration development can be relatively inexpensive compared to the benefits and often can be done in a very short period of time.
Full Metal Software are integration experts no matter how complex the integration is.
Project rescue typically has negative connotations of your current developer just not getting things done. It is difficult to know when to just carry on or make a change. Our skills mean that we can quickly access the situation and give an honest appraisal of how things are progressing. If you do decide to move developer we can quickly pick up a project in development and get things back on track.
The other type of project rescue we have skill in is where an in house developer has just run out of knowledge, they have taken a project as far as they can and just need a bit of help to get job done. Or maybe they have left the company and the project is in development limbo.
Full Metal Software are experts in getting things quickly back on track.
Tight deadline or the luxury of too much development work on at the same time? We are experienced at relieving the pressure by becoming a temporary extension to your team. Using your development methods and strategy we will work in complete synergy with your existing developers doing our usual high quality work without your clients even knowing that we are involved.
Use Full Metal Software as your temporary extended development team to alleviate resource issues.
It is not sexy, but it is essential. A regular maintenance programme needs to cover the whole stack from hardware to front end interfaces. Well maintained software runs smoothly and has less issues, letting you get the most out of it.
Full Metal Software offers a number of maintenance packages, from ad hoc work to a fixed monthly fee so you know that your software is performing at its best all of the time.
We offer a number of support packages for your users, including a CMS, developed by us, purely for writing and maintaining online user guides. We also offer a Virtual Helpdesk solution, for a fixed monthly fee you can outsource all of your software support to us.
Full Metal Software takes the stress out providing software support for your users.
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