We design and build bespoke software and services, architected to scale and flex with your business. We blend cloudy infrastructure, open source, user experience and imagination to make complicated concepts uncomplicated.
We design and build hybrid, cross platform mobile apps, reducing cost whilst crafting beautiful consumer focused experiences, built efficiently on cloudThing’s unique, cutting edge, accelerator frameworks.
We design and implement Dynamics CRM solutions to drive efficiency & flexibility in our customers’ business processes. We rethink process & workflow to put relationships and insight at the core of your business.
We already knew cloudThing’s Management Team and chose to work with cloudThing because they possessed a unique mix of deep technical knowledge, an eye for design, commercial acumen and have operated multi-million user systems & products that were extremely well respected in our industry
Over the last twelve months or so, as a business we seem to have greatly diversified the industry verticals in which we provide software development and broader software services. This hasn’t been as a result of a strategy to diversify by vertical. It is a result of an expansion in the range of innovative new technology that we integrate and consequently being found by people who need such bespoke software development, regardless of their industry. Another helpful element has been the fact that we now have a larger network of clients – we simply get more referrals to businesses looking for good software development partners, which is very much appreciated! It has also been interesting to note the growing demand we are seeing for our expertise in big data technology, analytics and all things of a data science nature.
According to a survey undertaken by Harris Interactive, two-thirds of people feel more negatively about charities following extensive media coverage of cases involving malpractice. Shocking examples of harassment and pressure put on donors to contribute, even if they have opted out (or not opted in at all) of communications, has led to some appalling, yet avoidable, consequences.
We were recently asked to provide one of our clients with consultancy services that will create a range of documentary deliverables, rather than our more usual software solutions. So whilst requirements and documents need to be ‘developed‘