Viable Software creates custom software systems for businesses. We provide solutions for websites, mobile apps, desktop applications, and cloud environments.
Viable Software applies knowledge of software science and technology. The team analyzes users’ needs and software requirements to determine design within time and cost. Our services include:
Why choose us
We are a B2B designed to improve your business model. Our ERP solutions eliminate repetitive tasks, and scale to meet future business demands. Our Skill Based Reward Strategy guarantees quality results.
Our team has advanced degrees in Computer Science and Software Engineering. We have the skills to deliver quality software products.
Viable Software provides security to meet your system needs. Our programs against cross site forgery, clickjacking, session fixation, multiple password failures, IP rejection, encrypted devices, and more.
Data Backup and Recovery
Viable Software provides backups of your data so you don’t need to worry. Data is continuously backed up to the cloud and our fault tolerant design ensures a constant up time.
We provide solutions for large scale systems using modern, industry standard enterprise architecture systems.
Skill Based Reward Strategy
Viable Software’s Skill Based Reward Strategy ensures customer requirements are met or exceeded. First and foremost, our goal is to advance your business through relevant technical solutions. We want to ensure our efforts are geared towards achieving the highest quality products for businesses. Our open owner salary and expense strategy ensures our employees are fully rewarded for their work. Employees that make the impact receive the bonuses/profits. This strategy leads to higher productivity, employee happiness, and motivates workers to be successful within our organization. We encourage other organizations to adopt this proven, researched strategy.
Below is an abstract taken from “Employee Wellbeing, Productivity, and Firm Performance (Krekel)”
Does higher employee wellbeing lead to higher productivity, and, ultimately, to tangible benefits to the bottom line of businesses? We survey the evidence and study this question in a meta-analysis of 339 independent research studies, including the wellbeing of 1,882,131 employees and the performance of 82,248 business units, originating from 230 independent organisations across 49 industries in the Gallup client database. We find a significant, strong positive correlation between employees’ satisfaction with their company and employee productivity and customer loyalty, and a strong negative correlation with staff turnover (Krekel).
Christian Krekel, George Ward, Jan-Emmanuel De Neve. Research Papers. March 2019. Employee Wellbeing, Productivity, and Firm Performance. Long School of Economics. MIT Sloan. Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. http://eureka.sbs.ox.ac.uk/7348/1/2019-04.pdf
Employee Wellbeing, Productivity, and Firm Performance
Software System Architect