Hundreds of web applications are created each month. The question is no longer whether a company needs a web application or not, but what is the price for building an application to fit company’s budget and meet business needs.
If you look up the Internet for how much a web application costs you won’t find a clear answer. Everybody wishes it could be that simple – to receive a split-second estimate and time-frames – but it’s not.
Let’s draw an analogy.
Imagine you come to a building company with a question: “What is the price of building a house?”. I believe most will agree that the price depends on a great number of factors as in, the type of the house, number of rooms, total floor area, exterior and interior finish, architectural plan, permissions, access to the piece of land, number of employees, their expertise … basically, a good many details.