How do I choose the right software development company?
Hopefully after reading this you’ll have a good understanding of how to ensure you’re getting the right company and feel more at ease with the process overall.
We want to expel any myths around creating an app, website, CMS or CRM with an agency like us. Many clients approach us in an almost apologetic fashion for not having the technical ‘know-how’; they needn’t worry, that’s what we’re here for. We’ll break all the work down to whatever degree of tech-speak you’re comfortable with. You can also rest easy in the knowledge that our after-care and support doesn’t stop when the project ends, we can provide full training in the systems we deliver and offer a range of ongoing support packages.
How do I protect my idea?
We’ll send over an NDA (non-disclosure agreement) so you can rest assured we’ll treat your enquiry with the highest degree of confidentiality.
Why should I choose Desap?
We work with clients from individuals with a great idea to large scale corporates with highly detailed business plans and specifications. What makes us unique is the way we can adapt the way we work with you to transform your idea into a reality whilst still maintaining our underlying core values of building effective and long-standing relationships. For a more in depth look at each stage of our process take a look at https://www.desap.co.uk/how-we-work/
How do I separate my ‘nice-to-have’s’ from my ‘must-have’s’?
You might have a huge wish list of ‘nice to have’s’ for your software solution which may not always tally up with your budget or timeframes. We can work with you to break all these requirements into phases which ticks all the boxes for ‘must-have’s’ in terms of both design and functionality. We’ll then look at everything that remains and help you to scope this into future phases.
On the flip side you might have the smallest glimmers of an idea but no idea how to build this up into a working product. Depending on your budget and requirements we can run a bespoke process focussing on discovery, research and analysis and proof of concept.