Fully Integrated Solutions
Phrases like 'fully integrated' get overused so often that they can too easily become underwhelming - about as impressive as a glossy car brochures talking about 'total engineering', 'fully circular wheels', or 'full body painting'.
So why would we use such a term?
Because we couldn't find a more accurate way to explain what we do. And we'd better explain that too.
We're talking about hand-built software packages that provide users with exactly the right tools for the jobs they need to do. We mean creating solutions that don't stop just because one software component has reached the limits of its design.
Our solutions move seamlessly from data storage to calculations to word processing, besides handling myriad tasks for hundreds or even thousands of workers at once...
Add some extra cool stuff...
Now the user should never need to select another application - if necessary such switches can and should be automated. It should never be necessary to type the same name or data twice. In fact almost any repetitive task can be automated.
All of which can be very useful, but what makes a fully integrated solution really valuable and special is the way that these (as well as many other elements) are structured to work together.
And that's about rather more than geeks writing code for clients.
It's to do with our creating what amounts to a powerful custom application set that makes it really easy to do whatever the user needs to do, in the order they need to do it, the way they want to do it, better, faster and more efficiently than their management ever imagined possible. Maybe it will deploy just one main application, maybe it'll combine the appropriate strengths of several, but at BabelFix we set out to create integrated software packages that can and really do.
And all of the above is what we mean by fully integrated solutions...