Custom Software Development

Genesant has been developing custom software applications since 1999, and our talented engineers produce clean, efficient and reliable code, on-time and on-budget. From new development to project rescue, we deliver for our clients.

New Software Development Projects

We provide clients that have new software development projects with a full suite of services that they can choose from, including working with them to draft a comprehensive functional specification for the project, developing the tech spec, architecting and coding, Q&A testing and managing the launch phases.

We offer clients great flexibility in the services they select and we also work closely with any client staff assigned to the project. For example, a “Client A” may come to us with a detailed functional specification and ask us to create the tech spec, architect the project and create the code before handing the project back to them for Q&A testing and the launch phases; however, “Client B” may have little more than a general concept and some notes and require services from functional spec through hard launch.

Our talented software development team is led by alums of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and they have consistently demonstrated over the last decade the ability to deliver premier software applications. Software is only as good as the developers creating it, so trust your projects to only the best engineers. Contact us today to discuss your new development project.

Project Rescue

Time and time again, companies trust their software development projects to development firms that are incapable of delivering a completed project that meets the full requirements. Often, the development firm promises the world only to assign the project to low-level developers that do not have the necessary experience or knowledge to succeed. Launch dates pass and the bills keep coming until it is evident that the development shop will never deliver and that the project is in need of rescue.

Genesant's team of highly skilled developers have the knowledge and broad experience needed to rescue failing software development projects. Project rescue requires engineers with great problem solving skill and a broad base of knowledge of all the major technologies, and that’s what our team consists of. We do not staff low-level developers because we believe it is better to invest in top talent not only for the success of the development projects but also for the cost to the client.

Get in touch today if you have a project needing rescue. We we’ll provide you with a free assessment and craft a strategy that will get you back on track.

U.S. Based Software Development

Companies often look to save a few bucks by shipping software development projects to off-shore development firms. Projects are shipped to India, China and other places under the promise of very low per hour development rates. Unfortunately, many of these projects fail and the money spent with these off-shore firms might as well been lit on fire. These projects usually fail for two primary reasons: first, communication with these off-shore teams is very poor because of language, accent and cultural differences, and, secondly, because the developers simply are not skilled or experienced enough to handle the projects.

Genesant is a United States based development firm with none of the aforementioned issues prevalent with many off-shore firms. Our team is made up of only highly skilled engineers, we provide great communication channels with our clients and we ensure that we have a full and accurate understanding of the functional specs for each project. If you’ve been burned by off-shoring projects give us a call and see how we can help.

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