7 Bespoke Software Development Trends to Watch Out for in 2021
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7 Bespoke Software Development Trends to Watch Out for in 2021

Posted By Praveen Joshi

March 11th, 2022

7 Bespoke Software Development Trends to Watch Out for in 2021

We are just a month or so away from the end of another year where several technological trends have taken the world by storm. Next year is expected to be no different! 2021 is expected to be a landmark year for bespoke software development and innovations within the IT industry.

When we talk about bespoke software development, we know that it is now a crucial part of many businesses. Businesses are looking for software development companies in the UK and other parts of the world that can build them software that meets their specific business needs. While off-the-shelf commercial solutions are still used, the shift to bespoke software is moving ahead at an alarming rate. Bespoke software helps businesses to grow, evolve, and innovate while keeping their identity intact. They equip businesses with the power of making informed decisions and solving business problems.

This is the reason we are seeing more and more businesses hire software development services in the UK and other countries. With 2021 just around the corner, the businesses with bespoke software capabilities will make the required push ahead after a very difficult year.

We have put together a list of 7 bespoke software development trends that every business should pay attention to right now:

Cloud is here to stay

Cloud has been ruling the roost of sorts in the software development industry for quite a few years. And this trend is expected to continue in the next year as well. Many businesses have already made a move to the cloud, and those that haven’t, are considering making it in 2021. According to Gartner, the public cloud revenue is expected to reach over $308.5 billion in 2021.

IoT is going to get bigger

The market for IoT powered data services, software, hardware, and systems integration stood at $235 billion in 2017 and it is expected to reach $520 billion in the year 2021(Bain and Co report 2018). The IoT juggernaut isn’t going to stop anytime soon. And IoT and software development fit very well together. When you combine IoT with big data and artificial intelligence, they can project productivity to another level.

Development with low-code

Not so long ago it would take several software developers and other stakeholders days or months to build bespoke software that met clients’ needs. But with the increase in demand for development frameworks and platforms that utilise the low-code model, the number of people required to work on any particular project has been significantly reduced.

Rust programming language will become more popular

Rust is one of the biggest buzzwords in the software development industry right now. Rust has not only managed to bring many programmers onside, but it has also gained support of renowned companies like Facebook, Microsoft, and Intel amongst others. Microsoft voiced clear it’s intentions to adopt Rust sooner rather later.

Rust has a lot more to offer than initially thought. It is not just a compiler or a group of libraries and this is why it has been able to gain such popularity since it’s inception. Plus, it is supported by a community that is always working hard to make it easier and fun to learn and use. This has helped Rust become one of the safest choices to turn to for software development.

Expansion of AI

This is what almost every industry is predicting. AI will become more affordable, which will contribute to it being used more widely across the world. It will be used in software development projects for industries, including healthcare, entertainment, education, and more. Businesses that are looking to provide personalised experiences to their customers will see how important AI is in their quest.

Big data to become commonplace

Computation using big data is a top trend for the year 2021. It will help in the development of tools that will be process large volumes of data in the background right at the time of calculation. There will be no longer a need for data to be stored after every calculation. Batch processing frameworks will become more popular in clickstream media, social media data, and text analysis, amongst other things. In addition, big data will also be used for different purposes in data governance and natural language processing.

Continuous integration and deployment

More and more companies will use this approach in their software development projects. It will help them to bring more flexibility to the entire process, make feature delivery easier, and allow effective and timely bug fixing. This approach will help businesses to improve product functionality and provide fast delivery.

Praveen Joshi

Praveen is a seasoned IT Solutions Leader and Director at RSK Business Solutions, a technology-driven IT Consulting Company that specializes in Bespoke Software Development, Agile Consulting, Mobile App Development, Smart Sourcing, and much more. For the last 17 years, he has been delivering quality custom IT solutions that help businesses achieve their goals.

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