Custom Software Development
We design, create, deploy and maintain bespoke software that fits your requirements
The process of designing, building, deploying, and supporting software specifically for a group of users, tasks, or organizations is known as custom software development.
Martza’s Custom Software Development
We specialize in building bespoke software development, with a proven track record of assisting clients in transforming their businesses via the use of cutting-edge technologies. Our user-centric designs, focus on an optimal efficiency, higher productivity, and increased ROI.
We guarantee you the long-term growth of your business, thanks to our skilful team of custom software developers, designers, consultants, project managers, analysts, QA engineers, testers, and data scientists.
We will work with you
We will create a strategy that emphasizes your concept, epics, high-level skills, and aligns your vision with the available technology. Our offshore software development team will further shorten time to market by implementing the Agile methodology, accelerated application development systems, and CICD.
Our custom software development company has expertise in testing, cloud, front-end, and back-end technologies, with a wide range of infrastructure resources to stay up with technological advancements.
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When developing software, it is important “what”, but we cannot leave aside the aspects like the “when” or “how”.
There are two common techniques for managing projects: Agile and Waterfall. The traditional method of project management that uses a linear flow is called waterfall. Waterfall is mainly used for projects with clear deliverables and schedules, and therefore any kind of project like construction or manufacturing. On the other side, agile values an iterative procedure, and therefore it is the ideal methodology to execute software development projects.
Agile methodology emerges from the 90s, when several software development teams began to change their approach to planning and delivering new products. In 2001, a group of 17 developers released the Agile Manifesto, a document that identifies four key values and 12 principles that its authors believe software developers should use to guide their work.
Agile refers to methods for developing software that place an emphasis on incremental delivery, teamwork, ongoing planning, and continuous learning rather than trying to release everything at once near the end.
Every customer is different, and therefore they have their own necessities and priorities. We work very closely with our customers to understand what they really need. During the development process, we emphasize maintaining a lean workflow and developing minimum viable products (MVPs) that undergo various revisions before being considered complete. Feedback is continuously received and used, making the process overall much more dynamic and focused on a single objective.