C2 Custom Cloud
From software that drives paper mill production runs, to the management of remote field personnel in a multi-state area, to assuring that 8th graders from across the nation have a smooth field trip to Washington, DC, our custom solutions are varied and interesting.
The solutions spring from the minds of our clients and are built in a series of iterative sprints:
- that part works, keep it;
- that’s wrong, change it;
- hey, that gives me an idea, can we try…?
We trash a lot of great code on the way to creating your perfect software and the good news is that we know it’s going to happen, plan for it, embrace it.
Listener-in-Chief, Mark Catanese runs the listening department and is our partner in charge of Product Development. Mark has created software as varied as those mentioned above (paper mill, field inspection, and excursion planning software) as well as:
- Solar panel sales and installation management
- Utility company street opening and workflow
- Fleet management
- Condominium management
- Victim Support management
- Music venue planning
- Snow removal management
- Design management
- Association management
- Auto repair store management
- Annual Meeting Mobile Apps
The above is only a partial list of things we used to know nothing about and which is now enterprise-critical software driving organizations large and small.
What is so magical about this is that the software enables all staff to contribute, to reveal the essence of what they do. We are amazed at the pent up desire for staff members at all levels to unload. Unbelievable ideas spill out and improvements that your employees have been wishing for get asked about. Suggestions and insights heretofore unvoiced get voiced and a new and improved process is revealed. The software and approach we use is so simple, clear and obvious that your team will become proficient in directing software development. This is interesting and fun. It is also important.
In the end, the process of software development is about communication between you and us. It is about trust, it is about making mistakes, correcting them, always improving, embracing the expansion of the basic software idea, and the joy in the ability of this software to allow us to quickly (and this means inexpensively) correct the software so that it is exactly what you want.