Endpoint Modeling, The Best Thing You Can Do For Your Custom Software Development Projects

Endpoint Modeling, The Best Thing You Can Do For Your  Custom Software Development Projects

What can Endpoint Modeling do for you? EndPoint Modeling has helped a $100 billion-dollar national supermarket chain streamline data loading, boost sales, coordinate finance, and senior management, and save millions every year.


EndPoint Modeling has provided one of the world’s largest intellectual property firms with the tools they need to protect the next generation of new ideas and save over 14 million dollars annually.


EndPoint Modeling has created systems that provide VR experiences to patients with Alzheimer’s and assisted aerospace engineers with their plans to launch the first manned mission to Mars.


What is EndPoint Modeling?


EndPoint Modeling is a proprietary approach to custom software development that has helped hundreds of high-profile businesses complete their projects on time, on budget, and 100% to spec. It builds on the proven strengths of the Agile methodology and adds crucial development layers that allow customers and software developers to achieve better results.


In an EndPoint Modeling workshop, all of the project stakeholders are guided through a structured and engaging process that will define the project’s specifications with 100% accuracy—guaranteed. All of the risks normally associated with custom software projects, the cost overruns and the delivery of unsatisfactory products, are eliminated in this workshop.


This is possible because EndPoint modeling avoids the traditional Time and Materials approach to scoping and estimating projects, which lacks both discipline and transparency, allowing large costs to be added after the original estimate is accepted.  The EndPoint workshop produces a detailed blueprint and feasibility study before a single line of code is written, ensuring that all of the project’s requirements can be met within the timeframe and budget allowed.

Upon the completion of the EndPoint Workshop, the client is offered a clickable prototype to test the feel and features of the new UI/UX, offering an opportunity to make changes and finalize the design without additional cost.


Additionally, you receive a plan that:

  • Promotes user adoption and avoids surprises by including all of the stakeholders in the design process.
  • Includes a feasibility study that eliminates the risk of time and budget overruns due to improper scope definition.
  • A contractual guarantee that your software will be delivered on-budget, on-spec, and on-time if you choose to launch your project with us.


How was it developed?


EndPoint Modeling was developed in 2012 after a team of technology solutions providers became frustrated with the lack of transparency, the dangerous cost overruns, the missed deadlines, and the unsuccessful projects that defined the custom software industry at the time.

After 500,000 hours of development time, and hundreds of projects delivered with a 100% customer satisfaction rating, EndPoint Modeling has helped some of the world’s largest and most innovative companies to realize their most ambitious custom software goals. So, what can it do for you?


Whether you want to develop the next big app or the next VR breakthrough, a secure system that will safeguard your organization’s data or a research project that will propel it into the future, EndPoint Modeling is the right approach for your next project.


The EndPoint Modeling process builds success by eliminating the common risks associated with custom software development, allowing you to focus on your vision, and the transformative change you want to create for your company, or the world we live in.

Would you like to know more about what EndPoint Modeling can do for you? Please watch our video “How EndPoint Modeling Takes The Risks Out of Custom Software Development.”

Or, schedule an appointment to talk with us, using the app on this website. We looking forward to hearing from you!

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