AhaApps Blog

How Software Can Help Homebuilders Increase Customer Satisfaction

Posted by Satish Reddy

Dec 1, 2015 4:18:18 PM

Home_Software.jpgFor most a home is normally the most expensive purchase an individual or family will ever make. It also has the potential to impact happiness, lifestyle and stress levels of the buyer.

 

But buying or remodeling a home is the furthest thing from happiness for most people. We’ve all heard stories from someone going through these woes in the hope that things will be great once it’s done.

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Topics: Software Development, Custom Software Development, Manufacturing Softwares, Customer Satisfaction

What Is Ruby On Rails – and Why Do Developers Use It?

Posted by Satish Reddy

Jan 6, 2014 7:47:13 AM

Ruby-On-RailsRuby on Rails, or RoR, is a framework for developing web applications. If you’re not a developer, it’s difficult to understand what this means without some practical examples.

We can make this easier by splitting the question in half: first, we’ll look at Ruby, and then we’ll see what the Rails are for.

 

What is Ruby?

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Topics: Software Development, Web application development, .Net MVC

Web Applications: Why Use ASP.NET MVC Over Plain ASP.NET?

Posted by Suresh Jeldi

Dec 17, 2013 10:19:00 PM

AhaApps develops significant number of its web applications in ASP.NET MVC. In this article, we wanted to explain why we think the distinction is so important.

 MVC stands for Model-View-Controller. It’s a distinct ‘flavor’ of ASP.NET, and it’s AhaApps’ preferred development framework. The section that follows is a very simple crash course in ASP.NET that will help you to understand how the two differ from each other. 

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Topics: Software Development, Web application development, .Net MVC

What Charles Darwin can teach us about cloud apps

Posted by Satish Reddy

Nov 6, 2013 12:37:32 PM

Famed English scientist and father of evolutionary theory, Charles Darwin was purported to have remarked that “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change.” Whether or not Darwin actually said this is debatable, however this quote can teach us a lot about the current state of our business. In business, as in nature, adaptability is paramount to survival. We now live in the era of big data, social media, mobile technology, cloud apps. How are you going to adapt your business model to thrive in this environment?

 

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Topics: Software Development, Custom Software Development, Cloud, Web application development, SaaS

Legacy to Cloud, what you can learn from Netflix, Intuit and Adobe

Posted by Satish Reddy

Oct 24, 2013 9:46:17 AM

There's been a lot of talk about cloud computing. Everyone’s saying it: why aren’t you using the cloud yet? You know that it won’t be long until you decide to make the switch. But you delay doing it for a variety of reasons. For one, migrating to the cloud is a tough business decision. It’s a big game-changer that could significantly benefit your company in terms of savings, recurring revenue, scalability and agility. All of these have been proven time and again but you know that there are considerable challenges involved. Some of the biggest challenges are cost, time and all the anxiety of dealing with change. And you end up asking yourself "Is it worth moving to cloud?"

And that’s why you think your company should wait until you’re ready.

The truth is, you will never be ready if you keep on waiting. Many companies already took the risk and found themselves in a better position to grow. They moved their legacy software to the cloud and are now running killer businesses. Here are some of the success stories of moving to cloud. Not just building apps on cloud at the inception but moving from legacy to cloud.

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Topics: Software Development, Cloud, Web application development, SaaS

Recommendations for selecting software vendors

Posted by Satish Reddy

Oct 7, 2013 6:55:00 PM

We are excited to start our blog with this first blog post “Recommendations for selecting Software Vendors”. In this post we are going to discuss qualities that you must seek in order to make the software projects a success. We have also included a short video, in which our clients Pete Wiggins and Rick Provost of “First, Verify” share their thoughts on what Enterprises must keep in mind when selecting Software Vendors.

Here is a list of things to look for in Software Vendors:

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Topics: Software Development, Custom Software Development, Web application development