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Custom Software Development

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While the majority of our software solutions feature a strong fit to customer requirements, it may be necessary to provide enhancements in order to fit specific business processes and needs.  Custom software is a type of software developed for a specific organization to function in a manner that differs from other already available software (so called off-the-shelf software). 

Phoenix Systems specializes in the development of custom software to meet the needs of our clients; in fact it’s the basis of the origin of our organization.  For more than 30 years we have delivered custom developed web-based, distributed and standalone applications designed to meet our client’s specific requirements and business needs. We follow proven practices that allow for successful project completion and deliver solutions that exceed customer expectations.

We have experience with working with a broad range of customers, from small organizations to some of the world’s largest companies.  We have a full development team in North America equipped with extensive business background and the certifications required to deliver your project.    

How can I benefit from a custom software solution?

Business benefits include streamlined operations where software fits business processes exactly. Automation of processes can dramatically reduce error levels and improve productivity.

Training costs and process duplication can be reduced as workflow of the software matches workflow of the business. Also, as business needs change, custom software can change as well. Custom software can evolve as the business evolves over time.

A key premise for developing custom software traditionally has been the opportunity to create competitive advantage for the customer in their marketplace through the introduction of key functionality not found in the core software product.

Many of our successful projects have included the integration of 3rd party software with our ERP, CRM or Warehouse Management products.  This type of integration reduces error rates, increases productivity and provides seamless exchange of information between systems.

 

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