Bespoke software solutions are designed from the ground up and purpose built to solve a specific set of requirements for a specific business.
Koderly’s bespoke software development services can be used to automate and streamline your unique processes or replace existing, legacy or off-the-shelf systems. Bespoke software solutions cater to the precise needs of your business and incorporate functionality, flexibility and scalability that typically cannot be achieved with off-the-shelf alternatives.
Bespoke software solutions allow you to retain control of your business-critical systems, exploit the unique selling points of your business and obtain a competitive advantage in your market, whilst protecting your intellectual property and confidential information.
Bespoke software solutions developed by Koderly incorporate more than 20 years of experience in providing cutting-edge, enterprise technology solutions to market-leading, multinational brands. We understand that no two businesses are the same and we work with each client, and tailor our approach, to meet your specific needs.
The technology stack and architecture of your solution will be tailored to meet the needs of your business. Our development experience covers the full application stack, incorporating modern platforms including Microsoft Azure, Amazon AWS, alongside on-premise and Windows-based solutions. We’re constantly evolving our approach to incorporate cutting-edge and emerging technologies.
As a Microsoft Gold Partner, we have extensive experience of developing with market leading technologies including:
Our approach to software delivery is tailored to fit your business. Our extensive experience of developing bespoke software solutions for multinational brands has taught us that there is no “one size fits all” approach. Some business favour a traditional ‘waterfall’ methodology, with a fixed set of deliverables, within a fixed time scale, at a fixed cost. Others prefer a more ‘agile’ approach, whereby requirements evolve overtime. After all, on a large project, you can be almost certain that the features you want at the start of the project will be different to the features that you need at the end.
An alternative hybrid approach is to take the best of both methodologies, with the right amount of work upfront, whilst maintaining the flexibility to iterate on the solution as required.