Compared to other industries, today's software solution industry is immature. Each day and in every company, plenty of business aspects are identified that would benefit from software tools, improving efficiency and providing access to key information that decision makers need. When presented with such an opportunity, traditional software solution providers employ various techniques to make you think twice.
They will propose an all-encompassing “solution”, the benefits of which you'll only reap if you completely re-model your business around it. Or they will supply you with a “flexible” product that tries to be so many things, none of which is what you really need. The final alternative then, is the “custom” solution, a scenario where you as a customer are supplied with an entire team of technical experts, the management of which is left largely up to you.
Twiska begs to differ.
When you buy a car, you expect it to have certain properties. You're not really interested in how it works, but it should at least be able to take you from A to B. When you bring it in for maintenance, you're not giving instructions to an individual engine mechanic or gearbox expert. Instead, you hand the keys to the dealer who takes care of managing his team. Why should software be any different?
By partnering with experts in specific business areas, Twiska builds solutions that assist in solving real-world problems. The technology is there, robust, mature, leading edge where necessary, but you don't have to think about it. Your solution is available over the internet, anywhere, anytime, integrated with your business, tailored to the way you work.