If there’s one word that best encapsulates the benefits of custom software and technologies, it would be efficiency. Yes, there are already generic software solutions out there that you can access immediately. However, if you want to have the perfect…
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A simple 8 point checklist you can work through to ensure that your documentation is the best it can be and to set those precious foundations for the future success of you and your business!
Scaling is the preparation and capacity for your business to meet its growing demands in a cost-effective manner. What good is the growth you’re striving for if you’re not ready and able to handle it?
Your software documentation (from scheduling and estimates to your design, architecture, and source code) is the very foundation of learning for all the stakeholders involved, as well as a solid platform for the basis of your product.
The main goal of effective documentation is to ensure that developers and stakeholders are headed in the same direction to accomplish the objectives of the project. It’s every bit as important as the coding itself when determining the success of a project.