Category: Blog

How to choose a software development partner

17 March 2020

This is the third installment in our series of blogs addressing the questions we are most commonly asked about bespoke software development.

Is bespoke software expensive?

03 March 2020

It’s time for the second installment in our series of blogs answering some of the top questions we are asked as specialists in bespoke software development. This time we are discussing the costs involved with developing bespoke software and how it compares to an off-the-shelf solution.

How could bespoke software help your business?

18 February 2020

As a specialist in bespoke software solutions, we are constantly asked questions about software development and the same types of questions come up a lot. We wanted to take some time over the next few weeks to answer the top questions in a series of blog posts to help you decide if a bespoke software solution is right for your business. Here is the first installment.

KLOC develop ‘game-changing’ mobile app for Hercules Site Services

04 February 2020

Hercules Site Services is a UK-wide specialist labour supply and price work company servicing the construction and civil engineering industry. They were aware of a number of issues around recruitment in the construction industry, including a skills and labour shortage, long working hours and commuting times, leading to a poor work/life balance as well as inefficient recruitment processes. Hercules decided to create an innovative solution to these challenges and chose KLOC as their mobile app development partner. Together we created the only app dedicated to construction, and an industry first in matching available site workers with projects that require their services.

The last ten years at KLOC

20 January 2020

After months of work, we revealed KLOC’s new website and brand refresh last week. This relaunch aims to clarify the services we offer and create a platform from which to support working with larger businesses. It has also given KLOC Managing Director, Jim Parsons, a chance to reflect on how the business has changed.