Contract Software Development

Contract Software Development Saves Time and Money. 

Hi from Michigan,


Do you face the problem of a one-off, software project? Something that your internal IT department doesn't have time for?


Hiring people for one-off project is costly, involved, and a huge time suck.

But, using contract developers, may be the answer that makes you the hero.


I'm Eric. I was a corporate software developer at ProQuest, UnitedHealth and the Ford Motor Company.

Today I help companies with software development projects.


I can help If your project involves:

Windows or Apple Mac applications,

Excel automation or VBA (Visual Basic for Applications)

Cloud based apps.

Internet of Things (IoT) applications.


But maybe you're not sure what tech is right. Yet you think an application would benefit your company. Then let's talk.


How it works:

First, we have a conversation about your goals.

Then I provide a suggestion based on your goals.

If you like the suggestion, we move forward developing your software.


How it makes YOU the hero:

Eliminate long hiring processes.

Lightning Bolt has staging servers so the testing is not done on your website.

Windows and Apple software can be tested and locked to your devices for security.

Simplified payment – pay the retainer to start a project.

Pay-as-you-go with your credit card so you're fully protected.

24 hour response to any bugs or issues.

Applications that fit to your organization like a glove.


If you want to know more, email [email protected]


Thanks!

The Problem:

When companies have a one-off software project, it's not what their IT department normally does. It's too small to spend the time, and effort to staff for. Yet your team sees the benefit of custom software.


Often the bidding sites look attractive – at least at first.

Thinking about hiring with Upwork, Freelancer.com or Fiverr.com? Search online for all the complaints clients are having. At these sites you might find some good programmers, but it can be hard. One client put it best:


"At the bid sites, I got hundreds of bids. Many from people who could not do the job," Craig Windom said. "Many freelancers were bidding $500 when I knew the job was more like $2,000. It was just a waste of time."


 On trustpilot.com a buyer wrote this:

"Upwork is sketchy.... Be careful....," Cher Power said. "One freelancer took my deposit of $1,710 and did not provide any work. They basically stole my money. I complained to upwork and disputed with my bank. In the end, my upwork account was suspended. There is absolutely no protection."


Why do business with bid mills, when there is a better way.


The Solution:

We make you the hero by reducing the friction to get one-off projects done.


First, your project is discussed to learn the key deliverables.

Next, you get recommendations to advance your project.

That includes defining the project so that time, cost, and deliverable expectations are met.


You know what you're getting, and what you're paying for.


If you want to move forward, we eliminate the billing, and W9 reporting hassles while increasing security.

You just use a credit card or paypal account to start the project.


You're protected with refund protection, we never see your credit card details, and all IRS reporting is automated.


You'll have a weekly communication slot so that you're always  informed about the project status.


Lastly, we've been in business since 1987, so you can expect us to be there if you need updates.


If you want to know more, email [email protected]

https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericrsoftwareengineer/


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