Is One-Size-Fits-All Software Silently 
Robbing You Blind?

Experiencing These Symptoms?

Project delays or missed deadlines

Are your employees performing repetitive tasks, dealing with technical challenges, or perhaps too many manual steps that impede their productivity? 

Difficulties calculating payroll on time

Are complicated or manual methods of time-tracking and reporting making payroll calculations a multi-day process?

Decreased productivity and output

Are supervisors spending more time filling out paperwork than monitoring the workforce, which in turn results in a reduction of workforce productivity?

Increased production mistakes

Are you noticing more mistakes during the production process because of manual or outdated processes or redundant data entry points?

Inability to scale and grow

Do you feel like your throughput is maxed-out, but employees keep telling you they could get more done if they didn't spend so much time filling in reports or checking paperwork?

Are off-the-shelf software programs quietly costing your business a fortune?

Most revenue leaks occur because of broken or ill-fitting processes. 

Odds are, you're using off-the-shelf or packaged enterprise software to manage production or business processes. That can be a good thing, but it can leave a lot of problems invisible or unsolved.

That's because software applications like these force you to adjust your business process to fit their application rather than the other way around. 

Wouldn't it be better if your software was custom designed to fit your own business processes?

The truth is, off-the-shelf software just can't go deep enough to solve every unique process issue within your specific company. Canned software programs typically automate procedures to a certain level and leave many of your manual processes untouched.

Many times these prepackaged programs are bloated with so many applications and tools that your business ends up using only a fraction of the software’s capabilities.

And that's where the inefficiencies stay hidden from view and continue to erode profits.

So, between bloatware and unaddressed manual processes, you end up paying a lot of money to have only a portion of your issues solved.

And the profit leaks continue unfettered and likely invisible to management. 

That's because the people operating those manual processes are usually just doing things "the way they've always been done." Many are even afraid that an automated alternative might put them out of a job.

Little do they know that an automated solution will make their jobs easier, their company more profitable, and the turnaround of projects faster. 

And that actually translates to job security.

Custom Application Development can be the most profitable investment you'll make this year.

That’s where we come in.

We’ll help you identify where your revenue leaks are, and how you can patch them up with custom software applications built specifically for your business. 

By focusing on truly understanding your business and the workflows involved in running it, we design custom software that’s a perfect fit. Like a nice suit, tailored just to you. To paraphrase George Zimmer... You’re gonna like the way it looks. We guarantee it.

If you already know your weak spots, or even if you don’t know where to begin to look, schedule a FREE 45-minute Workflow Consultation with us.

We’ll help shine a spotlight on overlooked processes and then work with you to develop the ideal solution to get your company operating at peak efficiency.

"Bizzuka's custom application saved us over $250,000 in the first six months by sealing leaks and automating workflows."

Our unique combination of web application and tablet accessibility will save Devall Towing an estimated $1 million in the next three years alone.

How Can Custom Software Benefit Your Company?

Here are just three of the key ways Bizzuka's custom software development is far different from legacy or prepackaged enterprise applications:

Tailored-made Solution

We identify your broken or antiquated processes and help you put a number on the economic impact they're having on your company. Then we build tailor-made software to optimize your workflows and maximize your profits.

Return on Investment

The losses you're incurring by antiquated or broken processes can easily cost your company millions of dollars each year (and in many cases on each project). Almost all of our custom applications yield an ROI within 6 to 18 months.

Flexible and Scalable

If you're 6' 7", you can't buy clothes off the shelf at Jos. A. Bank. Likewise, your company is uniquely built. After fully understanding your operational nuances, custom software is carefully designed and crafted to be flexible, scalable, and adaptable. 

How Much Money are You Losing with Your Current Software Systems?

Patching together off-the-shelf software can create widespread frustration and massive profit erosion. It’s time to wake up from that nightmare.

Imagine the time and money you'll recover with a single solution that’s specifically designed to optimize the way you run your business. 

Schedule a Free, 45-minute Workflow Consultation with us to gain clarity on your potential profit leaks.

We'll help you think through your current processes and uncover new ways to increase efficiency and productivity. And if we can help you implement those ideas, we can talk about what that looks like later. 

But for now, just schedule the call and we'll help you gain clarity on a lot of those issues that are giving you headaches and heartburn.

Then, imagine all of the Tylenol you'll be able to throw out.

How do We Know Your Project will be a Success?

01

We Get Your Requirements Right Up Front

Starting a development project based on half-defined requirements is a recipe for disaster, yet many companies continue to take this approach.

At Bizzuka, our first step is to do a deep dive into your processes and to help everyone fully understand every aspect of the problem you're trying to solve and the outcomes you seek to achieve.

We help you think through user-stories, user interfaces, and workflow automations to make sure there are no surprises. 

02

You'll be Part of a Transparent Path to Your Vision

Through our Agile Development Process, you can be assured that your project is always meeting milestones and deadlines. Our project management portal gives you full visibility into the project at all times.

With daily scrums and biweekly sprints, you'll know what's working and what's not, and you'll be alerted to any issues before they become problems.

With agreed upon timelines and milestones, you'll see firsthand how we keep projects on time and on budget.

03

You'll Get Scalable, Custom Solutions that Grow with You

Your company undoubtedly has unique processes that give you an edge over your competitors. One size doesn't fit all when it comes to software automation. 

Customizing software to leverage and enhance your unique processes is the key to your next stage of revenue and profit expansion.

Customized software solutions built with the future in mind will help your business grow and scale to new heights.

So, How Much Does a Custom Application Cost?

The simple answer is, "it depends."

It’s sort of like asking, “How much does a house cost?” without knowing anything about the location, the square footage, the number of floors, the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, etc.

A typical project runs from $50,000 to $100,000. Some even run in the seven-figure range. 

But it really boils down to these 5 key aspects:

Complexity

Complexity can vary from the simplest workflow automation to complex integrations with multiple legacy systems requiring reports and data entry from mobile, tablet, and desktop devices.

Data Source

Is your data digitized or paper-based? Automating workflows and data connections can involve multiple devices, operating systems, and security protocols.

Integrations

Does an API exist to communicate with legacy systems? Do you need to integrate with accounting systems, payroll systems, or CAD systems? Each integration has its own complexities.

Users and Access Points

Do users need to access the application in an office, in a remote part of the world, on an oil rig, on a vessel up international waterways, or far out in the ocean? We've built desktop and mobile applications to meet some very specific and unique situations.

Operating Systems

Will you need this primarily on a Windows environment or do you see a use for a mobile app running natively on an iOS or Android device? Our world-class developers are familiar with all environments.