Scott Lowden Headspring Solution Architect
Solution Architect
Feb 10, 2016
Headspring supports the Energy sector with custom application development

Consider this recent Headspring project within the Energy sector:

An industry leader in innovative solutions for horizontal and directional drilling equipment, the company’s sensor-enabled drill bits provides data about the earth material that is being penetrated to avoid burning out the drill bit and creating costly rig downtime. The company needed a system of record that would allow them to aggregate data from multiple drilling rigs for performance monitoring. While they had developed two application prototypes internally, they...

Research & Analysis
Jan 17, 2016
Leverage our .NET experts

Major publications are taking notice of Headspring’s wealth of expertise. In recent months, each member of our senior technical leadership team has been approached by different digital media to help their readers better understand some of the more important issues facing the application development industry.

Don’t take my word for it:

In the latest issue of CIOReview, our CEO, Dustin Wells, writes about the latest innovations in .NET and how it’s...

Cody Goodwin
Solution Architect
Jan 12, 2016
Headspring helps your M&A integration problems via custom application development

A case study I most often refer to is this one for a brand name company that were having problems with a recent corporate acquisition:

A Fortune 100 organization acquired a company that builds, manufactures, and sells flame scanning equipment as a value add to their product portfolio. Understanding the complexities of the new tool’s scanner data and how to integrate it with companion technologies instigated the project. However, soon after the acquisition was complete, the entire in-house software development team departed which...

Scott Lowden Headspring Solution Architect
Solution Architect
Dec 15, 2015
Enterprise mobile is not the same as consumer mobility

Our chief architect, Jimmy Bogard, was recently interviewed by Locassa as part of their Expert Interview series. Of particular highlight was the distinction enterprise mobile has in the industry. Questions ranged from push notifications, UX/UI preferences, security and the utility of VPNs.

Below are some highlights on what I see are the three most pressing distinctions for enterprise mobile application development....

Jimmy Bogard Headspring Chief Technical Architect
Chief Technical Architect
Dec 10, 2015
Evolutionary architecture

To avoid slapdash or overdone engineering, start with the simplest architecture that could possibly work, verify it works, and leave it alone.

This article was originally...


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