When building greenfield apps, oftentimes we work with teams who don’t have technical expertise in-house. As someone who isn’t a skilled programmer or doesn’t have a development team in-house, how can they achieve the goal of developing a technical product in order to meet the needs of their customers? In this blog post I’ll highlight some of the options a non-technical team should evaluate when choosing to develop a mobile or web application.
Is your development team stuck in a rut? Do you think they might be? Let’s discuss some warning signs and what to do to get your team back on track!
Those of you who know Quick Left—as clients or companies we’ve talked to, or as members of the technology community in and around Boulder—know we’ve built something truly fantastic here.
Quick Left is an outrageously talented (and fun) group of people, doing world-class development projects. And it’s our intention to build and grow even stronger.
We recently grasped an opportunity to do that. We caught the attention of world-renowned technology company and global IT service provider Cognizant Technology Solutions. And the opportunity was too good to pass up.
Effectively immediately, we’re now Cognizant Quick Left.
There are a lot of great app ideas out there. Here are a few things to consider so you are confident and prepared to ensure yours stands out from the crowd. Yes, the following may seem like a lot of work, but you will save valuable time and money in the end.
It’s an old adage, but in the world of custom development, it’s true more often than not: you get what you pay for. It can be easy to get caught up in the fast-pace of the tech industry where it’s obligatory that companies grow quickly. The good thing about the computer software space is that there’s a need in the market for everyone in the spectrum. The trick is making sure your needs match your partner’s skill sets.
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