Custom Software Solutions - Initial Designs
You have conceptualized an idea, you then prototyped it and received feedback. You completed a detailed wireframe and the concept is beginning to gel.  Now you are ready to begin designing your software application. So, why can’t you just start here? You have a great idea and why waste all that time going through prototyping and wireframe design when I can just get into the process and do something that won’t be thrown away at the end. Well you could, and believe me a lot of individuals and companies do just that. With rapid application development tools and slick agile software development methodologies you think you could just skip ahead and jump right into software application design.
  • 21 May 2013
  • Author: James Nagy
  • Number of views: 3083
Custom Software Solutions - Prototyping
The next step in developing custom software applications, following the requirements / initial engagement phase, is prototyping. I have been involved in prototyping sessions that have lasted anywhere from a half day session of single concepts to many month marathon sessions fleshing out complex concepts from user login to backend reporting processes. This is neither a phase that should be ignored nor a place to trim some cost and time out of a project. The better and more complete your prototype is the easier it will be downstream when you get to development.
  • 24 April 2013
  • Author: James Nagy
  • Number of views: 3304
Custom Software Solutions: Requirements / Initial Engagement 2
The Requirements / Initial Engagement phase is not through quite yet.  You can check out the first half of this phase: here if you missed out.  Following the initial engagement session, it is important to digest all the ideas that were presented. Take those ideas and document them into a long-term product roadmap.
  • 10 April 2013
  • Author: James Nagy
  • Number of views: 3233
Custom Software Solutions: Requirements / Initial Engagement

The steps involved in developing Custom Software Solutions are lengthy, but completely beneficial to you.  If you’ve been following along in this series, welcome back.  If you’re just joining the discussion, feel free to take a peek back: here at the start of this series of articles.  The first of the SDLC steps that work in creating your custom software / application is: Requirements / Initial Engagement.

  • 28 March 2013
  • Author: James Nagy
  • Number of views: 4551
Building Custom Software Solutions: SDLC – Applied Best Practices

I have developed a series of articles for you to break down the steps involved in developing Custom Software Solutions.  Let me show you what it looks like inside the process of building these solutions and let me answer any questions you may have on the process, expectations, or end results.  The benefits here are limitless.  It's important to be aware of what the steps are, to assess how a business consulting organization can help, and to launch a successful custom software application that's right for your organization.  

  • 20 March 2013
  • Author: James Nagy
  • Number of views: 7433
Pharmaceutical Industry Solutions

If you’re looking for custom software solutions: look no further than right here.  Today we are unveiling our new page on our experience with Pharmaceutical Industry Solutions. You can check it out: here. Take a look back to where it all began for us from our development of point of sale applications, to claims process applicants and medication therapy management software. Our experience in this field has helped us to design and implement a number of solutions.

  • 14 March 2013
  • Author: James Nagy
  • Number of views: 2622
Automotive Industry Solutions
We are introducing our Automotive Industry Solutions page today.  By using expertise in Software Development, Business Development, and Executive Business Management, Jim was able to apply those practices unto a whole new field.   Diving into the automotive industry was an entirely new venture that shows the possibilities of combining efforts to think up custom made solutions for your own business.  Visit our new Automotive Industry Solutions page: here – to learn about the processes used to execute the transformation into the organized, successful, well-structured team that it became.
  • 7 March 2013
  • Author: James Nagy
  • Number of views: 3397
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Consultants: The Importance of Being an Expert

​As a consultant, you’ll run into situations nearly daily where you are meeting new people who want to hear about what you do. I get questions regularly on topics that I consult on. Many times these conversations come up on the spot and out of a normal business environment.  So, what do you do when you’re approached, totally unprepared, and you have to talk about your business out of the blue? Do you know your business well enough that you can stop whatever you’re doing and come up with an intelligent informed conversation? As a consultant, this is a must.
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