Bespoke software development services - when there is no 'off the shelf' alternative available.
Organisations, both private and public sector, know that having a bespoke solution facilitating their specific business processes will not only ensure they operate more efficiently on a day to day basis but also gain an advantage over their competitors. Bespoke solutions also have the agility to stretch and grow, without wasting the original investment, as the business grows and your needs change. In order to ensure success it is vitally important to choose a partner who can deliver the required solution at an agreed timescale and cost.
Prosys Computing have been developing systems of all sizes for over 10 years. Being a customer focused company, through rigorous analysis of client requirements and detailed specification of the proposed solution; we have gained an excellent reputation for application development and delivery of the highest quality.
We use the very latest Microsoft .Net technology and Microsoft SQL Server databases to ensure the systems we develop for our clients arepowerful, robust and flexible. Therefore, whether your requirements are to extend the functionality of Sage accounting systems; or create applications to extend, improve or replace existing in-house systems, or the development of new systems and applications from the ground up, we have the skills, experience and commitment to meet your needs now and in the future.
Our initial consultations are free of charge and will enable us to discuss and evaluate your requirements in order to provide you with an estimate for the project.
We can provide fixed or capped costs depending on the level of detail we are able to specify and to which you agree.
During design and development we will fully engage with you to give you visibility and control of the progress of the system development, enabling you to ensure it is meeting your expectations every step of the way.
What is .NET?
More information and technical details on .NET can be found at Microsoft's .NET web pages. (http://www.microsoft.com/net/overview.aspx)