• Budgeting for Roadblocks, and More Details To Help Your Development Project

    Define the Scope A key first step in any development project is defining its scope. Most of the time, businesses or entrepreneurs do this alone, then re-evaluate once they’ve got a developer in place. If you don’t know much about the technical requirements of your project, it’s a good idea to write down your wish… View Article

    Insight 2019-05-17
  • How to Prepare For Your Next Development Project

    For many small business owners or managers, this process intimidates them because they feel that they don’t have enough technical knowledge to ask for what they need. This guide for preparing for your next development project should help you feel more confident, and give you the tools that you’ll need to pick a qualified development… View Article

    Insight 2019-05-15
  • SimplyPHP: Our History and Our Values

    Originally, our two co-founders were given the opportunity to acquire the Mentel Company. They immediately combined their skills to make the company as successful as possible. Both came from unique backgrounds, and brought in their own skill sets honed from years of experience to make the venture a success. They diversified into web development, and… View Article

    Insight 2019-04-30
  • Beware! What you get isn’t always what it seems.

    When opting to outsource your web development needs, remember that the best way to get the most out of your investment is to partner with the right company. Focusing on price alone can ironically be an expensive mistake. Sometimes it’s better to cut features and go with a more established company then to invest in… View Article

    Insight 2019-04-29
  • In-House Developers Ensure the Success of Your Web Development Project

    For many businesses, outsourcing is easier than hiring a dedicated staff team, or managing a variety of freelancers. However, outsourcing does come with its own challenges. When you outsource, it’s hard to know exactly what your relationship with the company will be, and it’s very easy to become just another cog in a massive offshore… View Article

    Insight 2019-04-24
  • We’re Not India

    In our industry, it becomes a challenge to identify your company as one who is not only located in North America, but who legitimately does not have any affiliation with any offshore country whatsoever. This is why we decided to cut straight to the chase and clearly state that We’re Not India. When using “India”… View Article

    Insight 2019-02-20
  • My Two Cents About Why PHP Is The Best Bet For Your Project

    Let’s say you have a dream web project that might revolutionize the internet (if you execute it properly). Where do you start? What technology is required? It can be very overwhelming when it comes to those details, and not everyone understands the technical aspects of the web. I’ll try to give my two cents about… View Article

    Insight 2019-02-13
  • Web Development “Bait and Switch”

    You’ve been dreaming of a web project for years now and you’ve finally raised enough money to put your dreams into action. Unfortunately, there’s a big chance your dream will never reach the web. Why? You’re going to be taken advantage of, and you’re going to lose your money. Too often, ordinary people with money… View Article

    Insight 2019-02-13
  • Networking: How Do You Know If Your Client Is Statisfied?

    I recently took the time to reflect on the more notable moments of the year that just passed and began implementing a new approach in terms of the way I handle networking and by doing so, I came to a halting realization. I don’t have any connection with any of our clients. Being part of… View Article

    Insight 2019-02-01