Chetu, a software development and support service company, has launched Custom Software Solutions, a contracting service designed for businesses to personalize their internal software for compatibility with their workflow and to promote their brand identity.
Chetu’s coding and marketing developers work directly with buyers to craft a solution that meets the user’s desired criteria, helping to find the most beneficial changes for their CRMs and other tools.
The service provides new, fully coded off-the-shelves software based on a user’s preferences and needs, allowing for seamless integration of their existing platforms. The service also offers the option to modify the buyer’s already existing software, reformatting their system for personalized integrations/software.
Other features of the software include:
The solution is compatible with large and small-scale organizations in a vertical market.
Custom Software Solutions are designed to be integrated with all industry platforms.
Chetu partners with businesses for personalized software development, using real-time communication to help partners improve their workflow acceleration, operation optimization and revenue boosts through software tailored for business needs.
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