Frequently asked questions

  • We do only what we know. We develop only specialized software for industrial or design firms. We don't develop accounting systems, law systems, ERP systems, or other similar systems.

  •  We've studied all marketing and strategic problems of manufacturing companies to propose ready solution which will increase your profits and expand your target audience and potential customers.

  • You can browse through several of our past projects in the PORTFOLIO section.

  • We work with a wide variety of clients including small and large Manufacturers, design organizations, and individuals.

Which is better? A program that interacts with the user through a website online or a *.exe file installed on your local PC?

There is no exact answer. Access via the Internet ensures that the list of your products will be available from any point in the world with a connection to the Internet.

However, many users are accustomed to downloading software from a flash drive and sometimes an Internet connection is not easily accessible.

In this instance, a file launched from a flash card is more convenient because it allows you to work offline.

Also, you may send periodic updates to your clients. Disks with updates are an excellent chance call and build realtionships with companies, which could open the door for new business opportunities.

InfoSAPR develops both online and ofline programs, and we can provide both versions of the program to your company.

Users are rarely able to imagine how the future program should look. At the same time, the qualitative Product Requirements Document (PRD) is 50% of future application’s success.

Therefore creating of the Product Requirements Document (PRD) is the first stage of development software. We find it's better to entrust the writing PRD to the professional.

A senior project manager can write PRD using customer's help. Also, the project manager oversees the project execution and serves as the point of contact between the customer, the programmer and the software tester.

If you decided to write your own Product Requirements Document (PRD), it should appear different from a user manual. User manuals and Product Requirements Document (PRD) function differently from one another and should be separate documents.

The following points should be described in the Product Requirements Document (PRD):

  • Technical parameters of the program. What kind of operating systems or CAD systems the software should be developed for?

  • Program interface. What kind of windows should users see? (ie.How are buttons and commands located in these windows? Are buttons design is standard or specially painted?)

  • Algorithm of the program. What actions should users take and in what sequence in order to get results?
    How does the program data interact with each other? Are there operations of mutual exclusion, usage restrictions of the data? Calculation of parameters, release of project documentation, etc.

  • The installer for the program. Should the program be installed automatically or be loaded each time manually.

The estimate of costs/time for software development will be discussed only after the Product Requirements Document (PRD) has been written and approved. However, an approximate cost and timeframe will be given before creating a detailed PRD.

All source codes created by InfoSAPR are given to the customer. Also, the contract stipulates that all intellectual rights for the program developed by InfoSAPR pass to the customer upon completion of the project.

Theoretically, yes, it can. But it usually doesn't provide protection from anything. A programmer can develop a similar program, but the source code will be different. This similar when two people are writing an essay on a given topic. Both people are writing about the same thing, but using different words.

In addition each country has its own laws regarding the patent.