Rapid Application Development
The term Rapid Application Development ('RAD') has become more generic since its earliest use in 1991, where the use of an iterative development style and the construction of prototypes was first considered. These days, it is widely used to describe the use of various techniques to speed up application development and it seems everyone is on the bandwagon.
Since our inception in 1994, we have assessed and adopted various methods, tools and techniques to improve the service we provide to our customers. We don't rest on our laurels and constantly strive to improve. The introduction of the latest RAD tools has helped us to respond to the demands of the marketplace for quicker design and deployment of software.
However, we take a unique approach by fusing traditional and new methods to develop quality software at speed, while retaining our personal touch and fastidious attitude to proper planning. We don't believe another company adopts our approach, and this unique selling point is a key reason why we're selected to work with professional organisations.
In summary, our unique RAD approach harnesses the following benefits:
- Quicker development | we automate the coding of standard application functions like adding and viewing records. This drastically reduces the time needed to build the application, resulting in earlier delivery.
- Lower cost | dispensing of the need to write basic code means you pay for less development time, therefore significantly reducing the overall cost of the project.
- Uncompromised planning | Combining our team's unique contribution with prototyping and RAD tools to deliver a carefully crafted, complete blueprint for your new system.
- Standardised coding | our automation tools use a standard process to create foundation code. This consistency eliminates bugs while improving long term supportability.
Using this process is only part of our total package. Get in touch today by phone on 01252 531 421, by email to email@example.com or using the Contact Us form on this page. We look forward to discussing this with you in more detail.