Custom Application Development
Global competition continues to drive large companies to innovate. If you want your business to make a competitive leap forward and not get left behind, you have to be proactive in your search for efficiency and optimization. With outdated legacy applications, incomplete development teams or just a lack of time, your business needs a partner that can keep you out ahead of the competition. Next Horizon uses an agile philosophy and innovative design to build, improve and maintain applications.
Application Development Case Studies
Customer Tracking System
- Saved an estimated 100 productivity hours per employee per year
- 33% reduction in clicks
- Reduced needed forms from 12 to 3
Risk Data Hub
Increased Speed and Accuracy
of Risk Assessments
Led to Improved Risk Management
and Safety Practices
- Developed Centralized
- Sanford, Florida and Reno, Nevada
- More than 180 employees
- Customized online parts catalog
- Increasing workplace efficiency
- Tools for communication and scheduling
- Enhancing access to information
Personal Attention, Custom Solutions
Our Agile Approach
Concept Driven Strategy
Everything starts from an idea. Next Horizon’s team pools their expert knowledge together to develop a plan that fully answers your most critical questions.
Communication with our clients is foundational to successfully turning an idea into a concept and finally into a deployable finished product that serves your needs. Our expert professionals will challenge assumptions and work to achieve outcomes for your business that align with the collective vision.
Once the concept has been fully explored, our team will recommend an approach in order to best accomplish your goals. Focusing on this step helps save hours of work and ensures better outcomes in the long run.
5 Stage Development Process
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