Software Development 2018-06-05T10:33:14+00:00


thePulse offers software solutions that are designed to meet your specific needs. Our team is highly experienced in developing the most robust, and powerful software systems all the way through the life cycle. We are prepared to deliver a successful product that will reduce your time and cost, leaving your business with more opportunity to focus on what matters.




There are countless reasons to have a website, and budgets that range from hundreds of dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars.  We have experience developing websites at both ends of that budget range.  We can help manage integrations that connect your website to internal systems, such as financial, inventory management, customer relationship management, data warehouses and reporting, and more.  We can also develop web services that make your website services and data available to external sources, such as A.I. Assistants like Google Home and Amazon Alexa.  If your organization is looking for a development shop to help successfully manage the buildout of a new website, internal or external, allow us to provide you with a professional proposal.


If you’re looking for a professionally developed website, without the high costs associated with custom development, we can help!  There are many third-party systems available to cover the more common business needs.  Many of these systems are open source and are free to use commercially.  Allow us to create a proposal that will integrate the systems available to provide you with a website that serves your needs, at a fraction of the cost of custom development.


The Industry with the Fastest Growing Segment

Mobile app usage is increasing dramatically, consuming more than half of the global Internet traffic.  The top three smartphone manufacturers sold more than 550 million phones during 2017 alone.  Simple searches will reveal the backlog of mobile development across industries, and the shortage of mobile developers available to counter this backlog.  Adding to this demand is the added complexity of developing mobile apps, compared to developing a website.

Unlike websites, mobile apps use completely different architecture and languages across the different platforms (Android, iPhone, Windows).  You also have to take into consideration the different hardware capabilities of the devices, as one phone or tablet could be very different from another.  This is especially important if you plan on using specialized sensors, such as accelerometers, gyroscopes, magnetometers, barometers, proximity sensors, light sensors, etc.  With Android, you’ll also have to deal with the customization that the manufacturers have made to the underlying operating system, and test your app against the phones that you want to support.