" style="background-color: #2c3e50;">
 

Blogs

.NET Conf 2020

Posted by Zack Way on Dec 1, 2020 10:30:00 AM
Read More

Topics: Microsoft, Mobile Applications, Custom App Development

3 Ways to Lower Your TCO with Application Modernization

Posted by Brad Watson on Sep 23, 2019 1:00:00 PM

Applications don't age like fine wine. The older an application is, the less likely it will work natively with newer hardware and software. In turn, this means you'll spend more time maintaining your legacy application and less time building newer and more valuable software. You'll also spend more money. Companies spend up to 80% of their IT budgets maintaining legacy applications.

Read More

Topics: Custom App Development, Digital Transformation, Agile Development

Application Modernization and Digital Transformation

Posted by David Buckingham on Sep 27, 2018 3:47:43 PM

Lately, there has been a large emphasis on Application Modernization and Digital Transformation, but what do they mean? 

Read More

Topics: Custom App Development

Your Custom Application May Be a Misfit

Posted by Chris Johnson on Jun 4, 2016 1:28:56 PM

Are you a cowboy riding an ostrich?


If your collection of software applications running your business looks like The Island of Misfit Toys, then it’s worth considering some new alternatives.
Read More

Topics: CRM, Microsoft, Power BI, SharePoint, XRM, Custom App Development

7 Reasons To Consider Using XRM For Your Custom Application Project

Posted by Chris Johnson on May 25, 2016 11:07:33 AM

Many organizations have decided to use XRM to build a custom solution for their business, rather that creating it from the ground up using custom application development methods.

Could this be a good idea for your business?  Here are 7 good reasons that may get you thinking.


Read More

Topics: CRM, XRM, Custom App Development

XRM Explained with Legos

Posted by Chris Johnson on May 23, 2016 10:49:54 AM

One of my favorite toys as a kid was Legos. It was that awesome feeling I got from creating something out of nothing. Usually, I would make some monster truck – it was the late ‘70s, early ‘80s, and Big Foot was a big deal. But I digress. So we weren’t building something out of “nothing”. We were starting with some building blocks that the Lego company provided.

No question there is a lot of thought, planning and precision engineering put into manufacturing those pieces so that they all fit together perfectly. As smart as we were, building a plastic Big Foot replica without those building blocks would have been beyond our ability. So we start with a pile of seemingly unrelated plastic blocks, wheels, people (with and without heads), shrubs, chimneys, car parts, etc. and create something entirely new from the seemingly random pieces. Fun!

Read More

Topics: CRM, Microsoft, XRM, Custom App Development

Content not found