White Label Software Development
Need software that you can license to your own customers, or offer on a subscription basis as a new revenue stream for your company? We can build it.
White label software is a convenient way for you to keep adding new value to your existing clients or add a new strand to your portfolio without the distractions, costs or time associated with product development.
How we can help you
From web apps to mobile apps, cloud-based or desktop (sometimes called on-premise or shrinkwrap) solutions, using our Agile methodology we can quickly and efficiently conceptualise, design and build a finished application for you. We can even:
- build an end-to-end product ready for sale. For example, our client Bit Planner wanted an intuitive a mobile app and back-end systems
- integrate your product with other technology. For example, with Cocoms – a specialist in health, food and fire safety compliance services and solutions – we developed a web-based temperature recording and reporting system that was used in conjunction with the Saf-T-Log thermometer from digital thermometer manufacturer ETI
- run the application on your behalf: we can host your application in a highly resilient Rackspace data centre, or Microsoft Azure, so you don’t need to worry about installing any specialist server hardware
- support and maintain it for you via our UK, in-house help desk to agreed SLAs.
Why work with DCSL?
Whether you know your exact requirements or need our help, we’ll work with you to create a quality product for your customers that’s intuitive, clever and immaculately designed.
Because in most cases you’ll want us to create your software as quickly as possible, we make the process of working with us simple, fast and transparent. With DCSL you’ll always get:
- a single point of contact: communication is one of the biggest issues in software development; having a single contact goes a long way to avoid miscommunication
- clear Intellectual Property (IP) rights: basically, the IP is yours! So you won’t have to pay any license fees
- a functional spec that you can understand – we write the spec in English, not technical jargon. It’s a useful document to give to project stakeholders to supplement their knowledge
- full training on your software, on site or at our offices in Farnborough and central London. It’s generally never needed as we develop our apps to be intuitive, but it’s there if you’d like it or if you’d like to offer it to your customers
We’re a Microsoft Partner, so our technology of choice is ASP.Net MVC5 with HTML5 and C# programming, WPF for desktop/tablet components and WCF Web Services to link systems together.
For the database, we utilise Microsoft SQL Server, or an Azure Database, including extensive use of the core Database Engine, Integration, Analysis and Reporting services. For big-data scenarios we also use the NoSQL database engine, such as Cosmos DB. We can also work with MySQL and Oracle, if preferred.
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