Custom applications 



Should your software drive your business, or your business drive your software?

Looking for just the right package for how you want to run your business?  GOOD LUCK!

Is any other business really run just like yours?

Do you want to change the way you do things just to fit a package?

Do you want to spend a lot of time training employees, customers and suppliers how to work with your new software?

Does your software company know more about how your business should be run than you do?

If you answered "no" to any of these questions, you need our help!

You tell us your dreams, we make it happen!

Let us know what you want to accomplish, we'll find the best products and tools to develop a custom application that meets your needs and stays within your budget.

Since we are not tied to any one database or operating system or line of products, we'll find or create the best combination of products for your organization.

Show us how you work and we'll show you ways that technology can be used to make your life easier, better and more efficient.

We don't claim to be an expert in your field.  You are the expert for your business.  We're the experts in helping businesses run better.  We have worked with manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, banks, hospitals, educational facilities, courts, telecommunication companies, service industries, governmental agencies and more.

We can communicate.  Not only can we get a wide variety of computer systems and data stores to work with each other, we can communicate with you.  We are able to put the technical gobbilty-gook into understandable terms.  We can listen to your concerns, address your needs, explain possible solutions and alternatives and handle follow-up and training in an understandable manner.  Our goal is not to wow you with buzz words, but to provide solutions.

Contact Information

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45375 Glengarry Blvd., Canton, MI 48188
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Last modified: October 24, 2011