Custom Software Development
Custom software development is a very fine and calculated process which requires a unique set of skills to be done successfully. There are a lot of organizations out there that claim they are custom software development experts, but have not mastered the technique of eliminating ambiguity when it comes to delivering successful software outcomes. ANVI have developed an array of skills relating to custom software development which have simplified the process by creating the right type of documentation and the right type of incremental objectives.
We pride ourselves on efficiency and we bind our organization to our customers so that we can act like a technological partner. Custom software development and custom software solutions should only be considered if you are looking for a real business solution.
We use encryption techniques to ensure that all data is secure and never compromised. Security is top priority.
We develop software that is mobile and tablet responsive, meaning that you can work from your pocket.
Cloud Based Solutions
We can engage a cloud based solution around your business. No longer will you have to buy IT infrastructure.
ISO 27001 Standards
We follow the ISO 27001 security standards. Security is our number 1 priority when dealing with client data and code.
Off-the-shelf software can appear to be more affordable and a quicker solution at first glance because it is designed to cater to a large portion of the market regardless of industry. Off-the-shelf products are generally geared toward one-size-fits all functionality which generally becomes a problem down the track because it will only allow you to scale as much as the software offers. We find that most off-the-shelf products work as a Band-Aid solution and will not satisfy your businesses needs long term, not to mention your competitors will also be using the same software, meaning that your business advantage becomes flat.
IntegrationIntegration is a very important part of custom software development. The most important thing is to know exactly how your new software will integrate with your existing systems and what type of benefit you will get from investing in a new software system. There are two different types of integration, one is the integration of business data from your old software into your new software, which is managed by us and is an extremely complex task, and the other is the integration of new software functionality into your business. This integration is more relevant to how your new software will communicate to your old systems. Fortunately at Anvi we have software principles that will allow this process to be seamless.