State the advantages of bespoke software, Computer Engineering

State the advantages of Bespoke Software

-  specifically designed for application and hence more efficient and will only contain the features wanted; as it will be devoid of unwanted features the software can take its specific requirements to new levels that would make it very powerful

-  is able to be customised to interface with all other software within the company thus preventing software clashes

-  Easier to use as very specific and the writers of the software can also be involved in training of staff that will be geared towards their requirements

-  can be updated/modified as company's requirements change

-  Much better customer support as they will be in direct contact with software designers

 

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