Why Software Rewrites Often Fail – and How “User Goals” Can Fix Them

Over the last few years, Atomic Object has gotten more and more inquiries from companies who want to replace old custom software. These programs are often written in antiquated languages that few of today’s developers know. And most are dramatically below today’s standards for how software should look and act.

Unfortunately, it’s become clear that replacing an old system is often much more expensive than developing a completely new custom software product. Read more on Why Software Rewrites Often Fail – and How “User Goals” Can Fix Them…

Working with Atomic After Our Initial Engagement – Three Options

So, your product development engagement with Atomic Object is nearing an end. At this point, we have finished and launched your MVP, worked through your scope-controlled budget for app updates/improvements, or handed the reigns to your internal team. You now have three distinct options for continuing to work with us.
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Six Software Startup Mistakes & How to Avoid Them

At Atomic, we are often approached by entrepreneurs who want to start a new business. Their ideas involve technology, are creative, and cover everything you can imagine—like building a service business on top of Uber, or starting a niche e-commerce website focused on a specific group of  people. Some are copies of existing successful companies with a slight tweak. Others are trying to use new technology to corner a marketplace. Read more on Six Software Startup Mistakes & How to Avoid Them…

Choosing the Right Mobile Technology – Native, Cross-Platform, or Responsive Web

Choosing the right mobile technology approach for your project is extremely important. Should you go with native iOS or Android? A new cross-platform technology? A responsive web app? You don’t want to lose half of the potential audience by only building for one platform, but you have a limited budget. And you don’t want to invest in a technology that could disappear, or limits what your app can do, or, worse yet, has a very small pool of skilled developers who can help you. Read more on Choosing the Right Mobile Technology – Native, Cross-Platform, or Responsive Web…

Four Reasons Your Mobile App Needs a Web Back End

Building a modern mobile application can be an intimidating prospect. From establishing trademarks to choosing the right technology approach to planning your marketing campaign, there’s a lot to keep in mind.

One thing that’s easy to overlook is the web back end, but it’s essential to powering many of the experiences that customers expect from a top-tier application.
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Four Keys to Developing an IoT Mindset at Your Company

At Atomic, we’ve noticed an increase in the number of companies asking us for help with creating “connected” products (physical objects that are linked to the Internet and can send and/or receive data). It’s the new thing, and everyone’s feeling pressure to add their product to the list of 8.4 billion connected things already on the market. Read more on Four Keys to Developing an IoT Mindset at Your Company…

Should you build custom software? It depends on which kind of problem you have.

Building custom software is like sculpting with clay—you can create just about anything you can imagine. Whatever your unique business process is, custom software can be coded to handle it in a streamlined and elegant way. It enables you to differentiate your product offerings and create repeatable value for a large number of users. Read more on Should you build custom software? It depends on which kind of problem you have….