Every business is different. It’s your USP and its driven your success. Today, technology and software are an integral part of how every organisation operates. Ensuring software is built for your specific needs is as important as any other part of your business.
Codiance are experts in bespoke application development. With an expertise in integrating every source of information you rely on, our bespoke application development could save you time, simplify your operations and make you more profitable.
with your specific
workflow in mind
With a bespoke application from Codiance, we can build functionality that mirrors your teams behaviours. No more changing your behaviours to fit the system. We build systems that fit around you.
We can create bespoke applications with functionality that is tailored to the specific needs of your business. If you need to integrate another data source, or include a billing field that only you use, we can give you exactly what you need.
We can build bespoke applications that scale up and down with your needs. As your business grows and you need more features, we can build this for you. By building on industry standards, you can always be sure your application can be developed by us or someone else.
Is it time to migrate your project to Umbraco 10 from Umbraco 7?
Umbraco 10 is one of the most major updates to Umbraco in recent years. It offers a large performance boost and improves the already great security. With plenty of testing in the wild and the imminent end of support for Version 7, now is almost certainly the right time to migrate to Umbraco 10.
Our bespoke software discovery process for manufacturers
Manufacturers of Orthotics supply custom-made solutions to hospitals and clinicians. Recently we were invited to run one of our Discovery projects to help define the strategy for a system overhaul of one leading manufacturer.
3 things every university should consider for enrolment and their website
As part of implementing Codiance Higher for The University of Bedfordshire we were tasked with a redesign of their website. We all agreed it felt ‘dated’ and we were confident we could make it look ‘good’. But making a website look good doesn’t necessarily mean better results!