In today's digital landscape, custom web-based software has become the backbone of countless businesses and organizations, empowering them to streamline processes, engage customers, and gain a competitive edge. However, the true magic often happens when these applications communicate and share data seamlessly.
In the dynamic world of software development, the ability to adapt quickly to changing requirements and deliver high-quality solutions is paramount. This is where Agile development practices shine.
Agile is not just a methodology; it's a mindset, a set of principles prioritizing collaboration, adaptability, and customer satisfaction. In this article, we will delve into Agile development principles and explore how they can be applied to custom software projects, resulting in increased efficiency and heightened client satisfaction.
Code audits are essential for gaining insight into any custom software project. They provide clarity on the existing state of an application and help organizations determine where changes need to be made.
Any custom software project necessitates thought, planning, and a commitment of resources. Code audits are an essential tool for comprehensive insight when clients need to understand the current state of their application.
We've come a long way from the days when computers only had one version of software installed on each system via CDs (or its earlier precursor, the floppy disk!). Today, there are endless types of application software, or apps, to suit every need and purpose. As a result, applications have become ingrained in our daily work, life, and social activities. While you may use an app like Microsoft Word or Excel on your computer, a web application is software or a program that you can access through any web browser without having to download or install it.
The last thing the web content management space needs is another acronym, but DXP is one that goes beyond just a trendy buzzword. DXP stands for Digital Experience Platform, and it is now considered a permanent part of the web content management landscape.
This article looks at exactly what DXP is and how it compares with traditional Content Management Systems and how Digital Experience Platforms are transforming customer experiences.
Accessibility features are designed to help those with disabilities use technology more easily. For example, a text-to-speech feature could read text out loud for people with impaired vision, while a speech-recognition feature lets users with limited mobility control their computer with their voice.
When a website is designed with accessibility principles in mind and built to work properly with assistive technology, it is accessible to most people. So, what are website accessibility features and how can they be used to make your website more accessible?
This content was originally published on Acquia.com on June 2nd and is being reposted with permission
We recently launched several projects for clients in the financial industry, including a new web-based software for a wealth management firm. The financial industry, or fintech, presents a unique set of challenges that we are able to tackle at Provisio. So, what exactly is involved in developing custom software for the financial industry?