We believe there should be no delay between the moments one realizes
a fault or deficiency in their systems and the moment one begins to solve the problem. This
aggressive passion for problem solving and solution provisioning drives every aspect of
our professional approach to information systems.
There are and have been many variations of the definition or meaning of the term "Rapid Application Development". These range from traditional structured RAD approaches, loosely tied RAD and more
current strategies such as Agile and others. No matter how they are labeled, projects deployed using these methodologies are often couched as “cowboy developments”, because of the lack of heavy process.
Our blended approach and definition for all of it is clear: We take advantage of automated tools and techniques to restructure the process of
building information systems. We embrace the lightweight process coupled alongside our application frameworks, with the focus always on producing quality output works due to team interactions and group design collaboration.
A large percentage of the typical Information System’s budget is spent on the maintenance
of existing systems. Often times, these systems have little documentation and were developed
with programming languages and database systems that are difficult and time
consuming to change. As a result, these organizations are faced with upgrading their aging
systems or building new applications. Traditional development lifecycles, however,
are too slow and rigid to meet the business demands of today’s economy. New
methodologies must be implemented to accommodate, allowing organizations to build software applications faster, better, and cheaper.
Distinct Logic deploys disciplined individuals that remain continually focused on delivering real software. We
understand that no one process fits every project or client and we can adapt our practices to be tailored to
the needs of individual projects. This flexibility is achievable primarily due to our data-centric engines
and function-centric approach.