Challenges in Software Development – Customer Service

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“Software development is becoming a commodity, and customer service a rarity” – Tim Clark
  • Nick Burns, your company’s computer guy, SNL 1999
  • There are many dev shops in the US focused on bleeding edge technology.
  • Nikos differentiates its self through customer service, quality control and financial justification
Tim Clark is the founder of Nikos Computer Engineering and is a Certified Amazon Web Services Developer and Solutions Architect. Nikos utilizes AWS to develop software solutions for small businesses using Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Natural Language Understanding. To learn more and to get started visit http://nikosce.com .   Also like and follow us on social media: Nikos Computer Engineering Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nikos.computer.engineering Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nikos_ce/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/nikosce LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/nikosce/
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