The cost of custom programming varies based on the size of the project, but generally speaking we bill at $120/hour. We always give estimates and quotes ahead of time and keep an open line of communication with our clients so they always know about any scope/cost changes before any additional work is done.
The time frame for each development project depends on several factors. It’s based on the size of the project, the functionality being requested, and how quickly we get responses from you when requesting resources and approvals. Contact us today to request pricing and timeline for your custom project.
For most projects we break it down into these phases to help streamline the process from beginning to end: Strategy session, research & information gathering, design concepts/revisions, programming implementation, testing, and launch.
Ultimately maintenance depends on the nature of the software you have us build. Some custom projects are small and don’t need any updates or attention for years while others need regular updates and/or hosting. Either way, we’ll advise you on what’s needed and create a custom solution that fits your needs.
For most applications we use WordPress, because it has an infrastructure that allows it to be manipulated to any degree necessary. We can use it to build websites, custom web-based software, integrations with other softwares, and more. That said, our development team has a diverse range of skills that allows us to adapt to fit the needs of just about any project.
A custom application to connect driving schools with the Department of Safety increases productivity
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Brentwood Driver Training is a driving school in middle Tennessee that provides driver’s license testing so their students don’t have to test at the DMV. Since they serve such a large area they were losing productivity with their drivers having to come back to their central location to submit each driver’s license test. We created a custom website development application allowing their instructors to securely login and submit driver’s license tests from their cell phones. Those test scores are automatically sent to the Department of Safety each night, so all the information is already in the DMV system by the time the student goes to get their photo ID.