Client Portals 101: Improve Your Customer Experience With Automated Transparency

“Can you please be more transparent with me?” If I had to guess, you've probably never heard a client say that exact phrase. I know I haven't. But I'm sure at least one of the following questions has been asked of you (potentially more times than you'd like to admit…

Meet Taylor - the newest addition to the RAD team!

Meet Taylor - the newest addition to the RAD team

We're so excited to bring on another developer to the RAD Team that we couldn't help but brag to the world. Here's a quick bio from Taylor Stib himself, the newest RAD Nerd: I was born in Wisconsin but moved to Arizona in early elementary school, so I consider myself…

10 Ideas You Can Steal From SAAS Companies

RAD Development - 10 Ideas You Can Steal From SAAS Companies

SaaS (Software As A Service) companies are spreading like wildfire. They are all over the internet, and have penetrated practically every industry. They represent a new age of businesses as they are often cutting edge, unconventional and personal. As I've mentioned in previous posts, I believe that every company needs…

A New Service To Get Your Site Converting At A Ridiculous Rate

Here’s an all too familiar question we receive from current and prospective clients: How can we increase the number of conversions on our site without spending the bank on a new website, especially since we have a limited budget? We agree - starting from scratch, although sometimes the only…

Want To Ask A Developer How Much A Web Application Costs To Build? Read This First.

It was a hot summer afternoon and in walked Taylor. Taylor was a successful investor who had made a career out of flipping residential properties. He also just happened to have a hidden passion for technology. Taylor had an idea that he believed would revolutionize the real estate market. He…

Uber vs Lyft – It’s Getting Dirty

Over the past week, the allegations against both ridesharing companies have been flying, with Uber being accused by Lyft of ordering and then canceling over 5,000 rides from the rival company. Those allegations were immediately followed up with counter-accusations from Uber that Lyft employees had done the same thing…