Long Term Support – In the 21st Century

Supporting software in the 21st century is simply different than it was back in the era of DOS.  In the 80’s and 90’s, DOS-based applications ruled business desktops.  Many of these companies struggled to make the leap to graphical interfaces and died a slow, quiet death.

Fast forward to today; everything is different. In the blink of an eye computers migrated from desks to our pockets and the pace of technological innovation accelerated exponentially. iPhone, Android, Google, Apple, Facebook, Twitter, and cloud-based computing quickly took center stage. Small devices and mobile computing became the norm.

So what does this have to do with Gazelle?

Gazelle is built on the technology of today but it doesn’t stop there. Today’s cloud can quickly become tomorrow’s thunderstorm. Keeping pace with the rate of innovation and change in this environment requires every company to  Build – Support –  Innovate – and then Repeat. This cycle is not new, but the pace at which you repeat the cycle is.

The Law of Perpetual Innovation

In order for a technology to survive it must keep pace with changes in the marketplace. For Gazelle this means that we will need to perpetually innovate – as we are already doing! We are in this for the long haul.  While we can’t predict what technology will look like in seven years, we have worked hard to ensure our platform is flexible enough to adapt with these changes.

This level of commitment takes time, energy, investment and focus. As a team we are committed to making this happen. As a customer, your support and feedback is vital and we are honored you have chosen to entrust us with this task. Our promise to you is that we will be a reliable partner as you build your company with Gazelle.

 

 

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