The advantages of customized software are obvious: Individual applications fit seamlessly into the existing infrastructure and map all the necessary processes of your company. There are no unnecessary functions, which results in better usability through the individual solutions. If the area of application for your personal software expands and additional requirements are added, this can usually be solved more easily and quickly than with standard software solutions.
The possibilities for the use of individual software are manifold: From software for personnel management, general administration software to systems for document management or job boards. With individual interfaces, existing databases from CRM systems, for example, can be seamlessly connected to the new web application.
Standard software often covers a wide range of functions, as this software is designed and developed for a large user base, but usability can suffer as a result. However, typical processes that run similarly in many companies can be covered well with such software. It is immediately available and often convinces with the lower initial costs of acquisition, since no more development has to take place. However, there are ongoing licensing costs and possibly other additional costs. For more complex business models, larger companies, but also for companies with outdated software or even start-ups, custom software or web applications may be the better alternative.