Does your typical day at the office run from nine to five? Or more often, five to nine?
Ever wish you could just carve out a little more time in your day, for work you want to do versus work you have to do?
Maybe you've learned that burning the candle from both ends actually works—at least for a while. But there are better ways to manage your workload. Without running the risk of burning out.
How often do you end up wading through heaps of raw data to find the information you need?
Ever feel like you're searching for a needle in a haystack? That's what it's like trying to distinguish between raw data and meaningful information.
A custom software solution can quickly sort through, and massage your raw data into meaningful, useful information you can use.
Every company has that one key employee who knows your computer system. But what happens when that person leaves your company?
What if you had user-friendly software that's tailored to your company's specific needs?
Software that's so easy to understand you don't need a 500-page user manual? Or a resident genius on staff?
Working with a free-lance programmer?
When you find out her phone number has been disconnected, or that he has been hit by the proverbial bus, what then?
If it seems to take forever for your programmer to return your calls, maybe it's time to consider other options.
Do you really want to stake your company's future on a one-man operation?
When planning your next software project, would you rather work with programmers who live and work here in the American heartland, or programmers from half a world away?
Would you rather hire your nephew, who really seems to know his way around a gaming console? How about newbie programmers, fresh out of tech school?
Might it not be wiser to select a US-based programming team with years of experience?
Have you decided to settle for a paper-based order entry system, because you worry your people would spend too much time rekeying data into separate software apps?
Concerned about how many data entry errors would creep in along the way?
What if you could build bridges between software systems so you only have to enter data once?
With custom software, your employees can focus on work that adds value to your business.
Spreadsheets are a wonderful tool for tracking financial data and creating charts.
But just as you wouldn't use a sledgehammer to drive a nail, you can't grow your business effectively
by relying on spreadsheets to perform tasks they weren't designed for.
If you're still using spreadsheets to track customers, projects and jobs, it might be time to consider a data-based solution.
Does your company run an old software application? One that might chug along a little slowly, but still meets most of your needs?
Maybe you've reached the point where you can't upgrade your hardware, because the software won't run on newer servers and workstations.
If you're struggling to find parts and personnel who can still manage your infrastructure, consider upgrading your software.
Tired of renting your software—and paying licensing fees year after year?
Ever ask yourself, "When someone else owns our software, who really owns our data?"
What if you could own 100% of your mission-critical software and data, in a system that's tailored to your way of doing business?
Who owns YOUR source code?In our latest free white paper, David Martin answers key questions:
- What is source code, and why should I care?
- We paid for the programming—so we own the source code—right?
- What questions should I ask the software developer we're considering?
Custom Software Development and Programming Tailored to Your Needs.
We’re obsessed with writing ingenious software that decreases complexity and increases productivity.
Does your staff spend hours performing the same tasks over and over?
Have you tried commercial off-the-shelf software, only to have it fall short of meeting your needs? Often, commercially-developed software products don't line up with the unique way your company does business.
In that case, a custom software solution might be the answer. I/O Technologies creates custom business software that drains the pain from business processes, and adds to your company’s net worth. Whether you’re in Florida or Washington State, California or Maine—or anywhere in between—our customized solutions add efficiency to your operation, and dollars to your bottom line.
We specialize in custom software development services that are tailored to your specific business needs.
Contact our designers and developers today for a free consultation. Our software experts will suggest solutions that fit your needs, and ensure you have all the facts for an informed business decision.
But sometimes we're not the best fit for your needs and budget. If our custom software solutions won't yield a healthy return on your investment, we’ll tell you up front. In the sometimes complex world of software development, we never forget this simple truth: It’s about you … not us.