Contrary to popular belief, bespoke doesn't necessarily mean expensive! Bespoke means you're only including the features you need and want to pay for. Tailoring your solution to your business’s needs means that you are only including the things you know will add value to your company.
In fact, a bespoke system can sometimes end up costing less than an off-the-shelf product that has set features and charges per user or licence. You should think of a bespoke solution as not just a cost but an investment for your business, something that will give you a great return on investment – as long as you choose the right one.
With a bespoke solution or business system, you can include all of the features your business requires. This can be things like task reminders, calendar integration, automated invoices, quoting and more. The great thing about choosing your own features is that, as a business owner, no one knows your businesses needs better than you do – and not all businesses are the same.
Unlike bespoke solutions, off-the-shelf products come with features your business may or may not need, which essentially means you could be paying for things you will never need or use, what’s the point in that?
As well as this, most off the-shelf-products require a monthly subscription fee or a charge per user, which ultimately restricts business growth and is not the most sustainable option.
Not only is a bespoke solution better at providing your business with the features it needs, it also allows you to claim something called ‘R&D tax return’ – click here to read our blog about R&D tax, which goes into more detail about how you can claim back tax from your bespoke software solution.
Here at Go Media, we create bespoke solutions for our diverse range of clients; from business systems, CRM systems and estate agency systems, to apps and more. We listen to your businesses needs and create you a bespoke solution that does everything you need it to. Click here to book a free consultation.
We offer flexible payment options for those who need it. Click here to find out more.