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Answering Your Questions about Custom Mobile Development

in App & Software Maintenance /

You’re Never Told to Ask Your Android Developer for This – But You Need It!

Preamble: Awhile back, I wrote a post that explains why it's so important that your company receives a

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in Advice for Buyers /

6 Mistakes Companies Make When Buying Custom App Development

Having an application custom-developed makes it possible to get exactly what you need, and nothing more, without compromise. 

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in App & Software Maintenance /

What Are the Ongoing Costs of Owning a Custom App?

If your company is planning to invest in a custom mobile app, it's important to have a big

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in Advice for Buyers /

7 Ways Mobile Apps are Transforming the Field Service Industry

Efficiency, productivity and customer satisfaction all have one thing in common. They can suffer in the field service

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in Pricing /

How Much Does a Mobile App Cost?

Hiring the Big Fish team to develop your mobile app can cost anywhere from $25,000 to $100,000+. Variables

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in Advice for Buyers /

Who Owns Our Source Code?

Unless you've had a bad experience that put it on your radar, or you're a software developer, "source

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in Advice for Buyers /

Why Do App Development Companies Require “Discovery” to Provide a Quote?

So you've been contacting app development companies to get a quote for a custom mobile app. Each time,

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in Our Thinking /

Disruption Starts with Disagreement

Last week I attended a TED Talk Think Tank at the Centre Club in Tampa. We watched, and

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in Advice for Buyers /

Do We Need An App, or a (Responsive) Website?

Here's the thing. Apps have become "trendy". There is a field of thought that says every company needs

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in App & Software Maintenance /

Software is Never Really “Done”

Today I'd like to discuss the sometimes stated notion of software, or a mobile app, being "done". (read

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in Advice for Buyers /

Always Ask Your App Developer This Question!

I won't make you scroll to the bottom for the answer. Here is the question you should always

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