Custom Software Integration
Often the software you buy to assist in your daily business functions isn’t “just right” for you or your organization as it comes out of the box, even if it’s industry-specific.
Feynman can help you customize existing software applications to fit the specific needs of your business. We have extensive experience with several industry-leading software programs.
Here are a just a few examples of the many different types of software that we customize:
Built on the .Net platform and a very flexible tool, MS CRM often requires simple tweaks and adjustment to tailor itself to your business practices. All of Feynman’s developers are proficient in C# and .Net making these customization easy for us accomplish.
Ask us for a demo of the MS CRM that we use every day to run our business.
This product is an open source web-based CRM application. We’ve spent lots of time customizing this for more than one client.
It’s ideal for offices with several locations and remote telecommuters.
DocuWare is state-of-the-art document management system software for professional Enterprise Content Management. We’ve helped business migrate their existing data into DocuWare and well as written several custom plug-ins for specific use cases.
For example, we’ve built custom plug-ins to handle printing of multipage documents with various page sizes, and extracted document meta data for integration into 3rd party systems.
Is your business running MAS and wanting to take your products online with seamless integration? We’ve successfully taken B2B and B2C instances of MAS to the web for real time inventory tracking, sales order creation, and order fulfillment work flows.
Don’t consider this a complete list! Businesses and individuals approach us all the time to wave our magic wands at their off-the-shelf software. We can turn it around quickly for you, and it’s surprisingly inexpensive.
Call us today for a no-obligation chat about what you want to do. If we haven’t done it before, it’s likely that we’ve done something similar—probably with the same program that’s in your hands right now.