“The PCA crew is leagues above
the competition” - Pepsico
"a prior vendor failed to develop
the application, which (Practical) delivered." - Franklin Park
"the application (is) easier to use, with a
much simpler, more intuitive use interface" - Royal Administration Services
"Sometimes it's the things you don't ask for
that are important" - Royal Administration Services
"PCA turned our raw data and algorithms into easy to use
and understand features and reports." - CareScout
"The quality and professionalism ... has been
so outstanding that we want to send you a letter of thanks." - USALCO
"PCA people and applications stand out by
far exceeding our expectations." - USALCO
"The resulting application greatly increas(ed)...
our business effectiveness and efficiency." - The Advest Group
"PCA completes projects
efficiently and effectively" - Pepsico
Smart Client Prototypes
Prototypes provide a simple, visual means to communicate new application capabilities, layout, workflow, and overall look-and-feel requirements. The outcome of the prototype design phase is confidence that we are on the right track, a properly scoped project with reliable budget and schedule estimates, and source-code to drive the development phase.
Smart Client Application Prototypes
Prototypes are the centerpiece to Practical Computer Applications’ (PCA) custom design-build process. Prototypes provide PCA and our clients with a simple, visual means to communicate new application capabilities, layout, workflow and overall look-and-feel requirements.
The outcome of the Prototype Design phase is confidence that we are on the right track, a properly scoped project with reliable budget and schedule estimates, and source-code to drive the Development Phase.
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