An edge that you can't get with off-the-shelf solutions
Let’s point out a fact here: No ready-made software does exactly what you need. With off-the-shelf software, you will probably end up changing your business to conform to that particular software. Custom software development solutions are specifically targeted for your business and thus provide less friction and amplify your operational efficiencies.
Third party integrations
Whether you need to integrate with a CRM, a logistics application, accounting package or API, custom software solutions will analyze the ins-and-outs of your day to day operations, review your requirements and identify the best approach to integration. The goal of developing custom software is to streamline your operations with a user-friendly, efficient solution to make the workflow less complicated for you.
At BinaryFolks, we follow the API first approach, i.e. we build the API first and then we build a web or mobile application on top of the API. This approach makes the API a more real-world and developer-friendly REST API. With API first, the system is free to grow, adapt to higher loads and demand and accommodate new customers without the need to re-architect the whole system.
A custom CMS solution comes in handy with a WYSIWYG editor and makes managing website similar to managing content. The content of your website helps improve search engine rankings and also the look feel of the website. A key benefit of CMS is that customization is possible as per requirement.
High load system
Building a large scale system is what keeps developers at BinaryFolks excited about coming to work. We use data structure stores like Memcache or Redis to decrease overloading basically. We need not send the query to the RDS every time someone requests info and send them the data through fast, managed, in-memory data stores in ElastiCache. We then reflect the changes in RDS. Depending on the traffic, we also use Load Balancers to automatically distribute incoming application traffic across multiple instances and make the applications fault tolerant. Distributed architectures allow our applications to cope with millions of users without performance issues.