Custom Online Software
If you can dream it, we can build it.

We Love Building Custom Online Software

Whether you’re looking for new software to run company operations, need custom online software to run a government program (yep, we’ve done that) or just have a great idea, we’re here to help.

We develop custom software to help thousands of people find jobs, run training, conduct purchasing and other key operational functions for international corporations, and bring several startup ideas to fruition.

We’ve been planning and developing custom online software applications for government agencies, Fortune 500 companies, and startups for over fifteen years. Most of our custom software is still in use today.

We do The Impossible in our sleep and love a challenge.

Our Process for Developing Custom Online Software

First, we plan and develop a software scope or “architectural blueprint” for your project. In this stage, business rules, security procedures, user interface, and marketing components will all be considered well before the first piece of code is written. This helps keep your project on time and under budget.

After the planning phase, you’ll receive a detailed proposal for the development of your software, and then we get to work. All development is done in-house at TM, and we’ll keep you in the loop along the way. We can even integrate and exchange data with most other software and databases. It’s all custom online software, and we take a novel approach to how it’s done right – the first time around.

Have something else in mind? Maybe you need your e-commerce platform to talk to your accounting software, your HR department, a sales tax calculation service, FedEx, the payment gateway, your iPhone, and a database on Mars? Yeah, that’s all pretty easy for us too. Well, except for maybe that last one.

Think you got a good idea that requires custom online software and worth discussing further? Start a Project with TM

It may seem hard to believe, but we’re telling the truth when we say, “If you can dream it, we can build it!”