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We build custom business software and help our customers launch new online ventures. Our software development services come with all the help and support you could need to ensure your custom software project is successful and delivers a return to the business.Read More
Our AppLaunch™ service helps you launch your new online venture. We can help you define a minimum viable product, create a product roadmap, build a prototype, produce branding and give you any other assistance you might need to test the market or seek investment funding.Read More
Do you have a project that has stalled, fallen in to disrepair or has never delivered what you imagined it could? We can audit, advise and even take over your application to ensure it delivers the best results possible.Read More
We have assisted customers with project feasibility and business case consulting, product roadmaps and commercialisation, strategic planning around the use of technology, R&D credit applications, online business valuations and many other projects.Read More
Axios is an experienced and certified software development firm. We’re not all things to all people – we specialise in business improvement software projects. We’re flexible, approachable and responsive. While we may not be the cheapest on the market by hourly rate, we deliver great outcomes without hidden costs or excuses.
We’d love you to shop around and compare us to the competition. Once you’re ready to talk, fill out the Contact form or give us a call and we’ll set up a no-cost, no obligation meeting to discuss your project in more detail.
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Founded in 2002
Based in Adelaide
Offices in Melbourne and Sydney
Serving clients nationally
We won’t offshore your project
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Custom software can transform your business processes by letting you do things the way you want to do them. The way that is unique and drives a competitive advantage that none of your competitors have.
Off-the-shelf software works the same way for you as it does for all of your competitors. And, if you pay for a customisation, chances are your competitors have access to it as well.
It’s understandable that the idea of custom might seem daunting at first. But we have the experience and track record to ensure your project focuses on adding the best value to your business, is properly change managed and successfully implemented and supported. Contact Axios and we’ll show you how you can become our next success story.
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Some businesses come to us with a clear project idea. Some customers rely on Axios to help them scope a business improvement or product development project. Whatever the case, the Define phase is where we put all the ideas on the table and agree on a “minimum viable product”. This is a project scope that achieves the greatest possible bang for your buck.
The deliverables of this stage are documented concepts and requirements for work we consider “in scope” and ideas to consider later, budget permitting. Finally, we provide you with a quotation for the work scoped.
Once we have the go ahead to proceed, the Elaborate phase is where we design the software. This includes mock-ups of all screens, identifying workflows and processes in more detail, planning project resources and timeliness and identifying any risks. We’re big on risk management, so if any of your requirements include technical or user acceptance risks, we’ll take the opportunity at this point to build a “proof of concept” before we progress to the Build phase.
The deliverables of this phase are detailed screen designs and workflows for you to sign off, any questions/risks conclusively addressed, a project team selected and a timeline established.
The Build phase is where the developers create and test the software against the agreed designs. From this point you’ll see your software come together very quickly.
The deliverables of this phase are regular progress updates and published online “beta versions” of your software for you to test out and provide feedback. We have a Customer Portal where we can collaborate online or we can run regular demonstration sessions face-to-face depending on your availability and preferences.
The Accept phase is where we do final testing and then hand the software over to you for “user acceptance testing” (or “UAT”). We guide you through the whole process but it really isn’t tricky. This is just where you verify that the software has delivered on the agreed requirements, functionality, look and feel and business outcomes. If anything doesn’t meet our strict quality standards, we’ll address it with no additional costs to you.
The deliverables of this phase are software and handover documentation awaiting your acceptance.
Once you have accepted the software, then we have agreed that you can start using it in a live environment within your business. We’ll host the application either at your business (if you have the gear and want it on premise) or we can host it in the cloud.
The deliverables of this phase are deployed software and all the assistance you need to configure users, get everyone up to speed on using it and turn off/archive any legacy systems we are replacing.
Once the system is live, we provide all the support you could need to get the maximum possible benefit from your new software investment. We have a range of support packages to suit your needs. Many businesses opt for custom software because it is infinitely changeable to suit your changing business needs. We are always happy to make changes and enhancements to your software either as part of a premium support package or as small quoted enhancement projects as required.
The deliverables of this phase are great business outcomes and happy and well supported users!
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