How Cloud-Delivered Software Changed the Relationship Between Companies and Tech

Those old enough to remember when the Apple ][, the IBM PC, and other early “personal” computers were introduced may

Nik Froehlich

Nik Froehlich

How Your Own Software Improves Ease of Integration into Your Business

“If only…” How many times have you caught yourself saying that when using the software that helps run your business?

Nik Froehlich

Nik Froehlich

The Processing Pendulum | From Servers to PCs to Cloud & Beyond

For this month’s blog post I wanted to talk about the transitions that have taken place over the years in

Stuart Smith

Stuart Smith

Why You Must Own Your Data and Control Access to It

Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) has been positioned as a better, more affordable way to utilize technology for businesses. Proponents of SaaS claim

Nik Froehlich

Nik Froehlich

Abandon App Anxiety: Why You Want (and Can Have) Your Own Software!

Getting more done, faster, more accurately, all while reducing cost would once be considered a magical balance, but it’s only

Nik Froehlich

Nik Froehlich

Agile Vs. Waterfall | An Intro into Development Methodologies

There are two primary methodologies for software development, Agile and Waterfall. While there are other methods, Agile and Waterfall are

Stuart Smith

Stuart Smith

Choosing the Right Hardware for Your VR Project

Hardware selection is one of the first decisions you make when developing a Virtual Reality (VR) project. The current capabilities

Aaron Franko

Aaron Franko

Simple Isn’t Easy | The Hidden Complexities of App Development

Let us dispel a couple of misconceptions related to software development that seem to be fairly common. These concepts are:

Stuart Smith

Stuart Smith

How Much Does Virtual Reality Cost?

During a time when everyone is trying to figure out how to move forward safely and effectively, businesses are beginning

Aaron Franko

Aaron Franko

Tips for Finding Your Software Development Match

The key to a successful project is finding your software development match. Starting a relationship with a software development company

Stuart Smith

Stuart Smith

Saritasa Recognizes Our Employees’ Efforts Throughout 2020!

Did you know that small businesses generate 44% of the U.S. economy? It’s true. Small businesses are the lifeblood of

Saritasa

Saritasa

Is It Time to Break Up? Your Relationship with Your Developer

It’s funny to think of it this way but having a relationship with a software development company can be like

Stuart Smith

Stuart Smith

Anywhere, Anytime: Marketing Products with Immersive Technology

A Facilities Director located in Orlando, FL was working on a refresh of his hospital’s power switch infrastructure. He has

Aaron Franko

Aaron Franko

Defining An MVP: The First Step Is the Hardest

When we talk about application development there are many terms that get blended regarding an initial application release. Minimum Viable

Stuart Smith

Stuart Smith

Industrial Manufacturing: Shorten the Sales Cycle with Virtual Reality

Just over 100 years ago, Henry Ford installed the first moving assembly line and mass production was born.  Since then,

Aaron Franko

Aaron Franko

The Wild West of Software Project Quotes

You have an idea for a new mobile application you think might be the next breakthrough app everyone must-have. Or

Stuart Smith

Stuart Smith

AR vs VR – Which Reality Should I Choose?

Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) have been getting a lot of attention recently. Businesses like Walmart, UPS, and

Aaron Franko

Aaron Franko

Saritasa Places Within Top 50 B2B Global Leaders on Clutch 1000 Report!

We’ve been fortunate enough to have won multiple awards for our experience in the development field, so far. Whether it’s

Saritasa

Saritasa

Website Development: Custom vs Customized

Building a new website or redesigning your website can be a daunting task. Your website is the front door to

Stuart Smith

Stuart Smith

Virtual Reality In 2020 – Where To Begin?

For many of us, 2020 has always been a time in the future, far, far away, that held the promise

Aaron Franko

Aaron Franko