Simple questions to ask that can help you avoid a costly mistake in choosing the wrong type of solution for your current project. Is the way you run your business different than most others in your industry? This question is the #1 factor in determining whether or not you should use custom software. If your […]
It is no secret to many successful business owners how critical culture is to the long-term success of your company. Short-term success can simply be had by riding the latest wave or trend, but more often than not, to have long-term success requires creating a specific environment that will enable you to succeed. Everything you […]
Every developer has heard the complaint “This app is so slow!!!” At Gulf Coast Solutions, most of our apps are heavily data-driven and dependent on the database. For over 70% of our projects, the primary database we use is Microsoft SQL Server. SQL Server released Memory-Optimized Tables or MOTs in SQL Server 2014 with the […]
What do these terms mean? Digital Transformation is the use of digital technology to solve problems to reduce the amount of resources (human & machine) needed. Most effective digital transformation solutions utilize cloud computing and dynamic usage consumption models but smaller projects can substantial success even without the cloud model. Robotic process automation (RPA) is […]
Looking for technology services? Our president, Cody Caillet, wrote a great blog post on this very topic that you should read. Click the link below to check it out on his personal blog. While you are, check out some of his other posts and learn more about the leader of this great company.
For businesses, the holiday season comes with mixed emotions. On one hand, it is the time of year when you get to really see the fruits of your labor, both in the year-end numbers and the time you get to spend with your family and friends. However, the holiday season also is a weird time […]
My management career started six years ago, and I knew nothing. Ok, maybe that’s not fair. At that point in my career, I had been managed by a variety of people of all shapes and sizes, so I at least knew of a few traits or tactics that I liked/disliked. But my own style? I had.as much as anyone else doing something for the first time.