What is ‘bespoke software’?
Bespoke software (also known as ‘custom software’) is software that is specially developed for a specific organisation or user.
Since ‘bespoke software’ is developed for a specific customer it can accommodate that customer’s particular preferences and expectations.
What are the advantages of bespoke software?
- Bespoke software is easier to use because it can be designed to work the way that you work
- Bespoke software can be changed as and when your needs change or evolve
- Bespoke software increases your productivity and reduces costs by automating repetitive tasks
- Bespoke software can be integrated with your existing software systems from other suppliers
Is ‘bespoke software’ expensive?
Bespoke software is often considered expensive when compared to off-the-shelf solutions or products. This can be true when speaking of typical challenges and typical solutions. However when speaking of non-typical challenges, bespoke software is very often the most cost-effective option.
Is ‘bespoke software’ easy to develop?
Bespoke software is only easy to develop if you know what you’re doing. It’s very easy to develop bad bespoke software.
Good developers will focus heavily on your existing business systems and processes to make sure that the bespoke software will work for your business. Bad developers will probably just be saying ‘Yes’ a lot.
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