Get Quotes: Find the best software development company for your business needs


Get Quotes: Find the best software development company for your business needs

When it comes to choosing a software development company, the options are vast. To help you make the right decision, download our free guide to sourcing a software development company. Or if you already know what you require from a software development company get free no obligation quotes from up to six suppliers.

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There are many points to consider when choosing a software developer.

A professional software development company is able to create custom software that is tailored specifically to meet your individual business needs. They can also provide a range of off-the-shelf software packages that can be tweaked to suit your business model.

Our buyer’s guide will take you through the advantages and disadvantages of custom and off-the-shelf software as well as discussing the process of sourcing software developers.

Software Developer Buyer’s Guide

The guide will take you through the following topics:

  • Bespoke vs. off-the-shelf software
  • Off-the-shelf software: the pros
  • Off-the-shelf-software: the cons
  • Bespoke software: the pros
  • Bespoke software: the cons
  • Outsourcing software development
  • Choosing a software developer
  • Establish your software requirements
  • Assess the candidate developers
  • Experience and expertise of developer
  • Questions to ask
  • Begin the software development
  • Price guide to software development


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This was first published in April 2009


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