New advancements in software development have made it possible to build software more quickly, more efficiently, and more cost effectively than ever before. Every single day, new software is built to keep up with changes in the business, education, and entertainment industries. Discover how the rules are changing.
About Jim HutchingsJim has been a veteran in the software development and project management sphere before even joining KDG as our VP of Software Development. He has over a decade of experience in technology supporting the financial services industry, specifically investment banking and life insurance.
The mobile app development industry is bracing for plenty of changes. Here are the mobile development trends you should look out for in 2023.
There are two major BaaS platforms organizations are flocking to: Google Firebase and Zoho Catalyst. Download KDG’s exclusive whitepaper for an in-depth analysis.
Affordable, accessible, and data-rich, Power Apps and Microsoft Teams are making collaboration and data-sharing easier and more impactful than ever before.
Together, .NET Core & Azure make for a powerful, flexible, custom application that will keep you ahead of the competition.
Why custom software development? Because going custom has saved businesses millions of dollars and hundreds of hours.
Over 700 caregivers and employees were using paper timesheets and a 20-year-old system to process payroll. But vital government reimbursements relied on accurate and timely submissions and reporting.
Smart City Locating connects thousands of apartment hunters with the most amazing apartments in Dallas, Houston, and Austin and has expanded into Denver and Atlanta in 2020. The company truly is a disruptor in the real estate market, using personalized criteria to help both newcomers and lifelong residents find their perfect home.
MedTech For Solutions works with healthcare providers and laboratories in the infertility industry. However, as the company continues to grow and help other practices both nationally and internationally, it needed a means of keeping its expanding laboratory software at the cutting edge of technology.