New Software Development Teams and Technology Service Options for Business

A California sourcing-as-a-service specialist has launched a slew of technology services to help businesses that do not have the development capabilities to create enterprise applications.

Santa Ana, United States - July 2, 2020 /PressCable/ —

A sourcing-as-a-service company, operating in four U.S. states and London, has launched a new suite of services for businesses that want to undertake technology-based projects but are looking for assistance for their team to complete them.

More information is available at https://www.technologysource.com/services

Technology Source based in California, Florida, Georgia and Tennessee offers a variety of development packages for various application and software development project needs. These new packages are delivered by team members who specialize in programming languages like Python and PHP, frameworks like Django, runtime environments like Node, and app development platforms like Ionic, among other languages and platforms.

The firm said that this development team is capable of architecting full applications from scratch or building off of legacy applications. In addition, their experience is useful for clients involved in specialized industries, such as medicine, e-commerce, and entertainment.

These new capabilities are offered alongside its other services, which include cybersecurity, business optimization, connectivity, voice and communications, design and marketing, mobility, cloud and infrastructure, and commercial energy services.

According to the company, these services are ideal for businesses that have a minimum of $50,000 budget on a project or idea, but no software development capabilities. They are also ideal for those who are looking to leverage and scale through a time-and-material or hourly based, contract model.

Sourcing, which is also known as procurement, refers to the practice of identifying businesses or individuals that fill a specific need. Sourcing-as-a-service firms provide outsourced procurement services for their clients. According to market research firm Grand View Research, this industry was worth $5.7 billion globally in 2018 and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 7.3% between 2019 and 2025.

Founded in 1998, Technology Source specializes in enterprise technology, working with midsize and enterprise-level organizations to provide various business solutions to companies across the United States. The company is headquartered in Santa Ana and has offices in other parts of California, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Texas, and London.

“Many local businesses have a unique idea for an application and the budget but they do not have the people to develop it, so they abandon it,” a company spokesperson said. “What we offer is a team of technology specialists that U.S.-based businesses can deploy immediately.”

More information about the company’s software development capabilities can be found at the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Dominic Antonini
Email: Send Email
Organization: Technology Source
Address: 1551 North Tustin Avenue Suite 125, Santa Ana, California 92705, United States
Phone: +1-800-340-8115
Website: http://www.technologysource.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88966808

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