Insights from SPARK Experts

Jake Lonc

As Vice President and Director of Client Experience at SPARK. He focuses on communicating technical concepts to all stakeholders and guiding others to identify their project's vision through simplified solutions with the highest return.
Software Development
Client Success
Project Management

Recent Insights:

What is Prototyping in Software Development (and Why It's Important)

When building software, the same screen or features can be built in a lot different ways. But only a few paths will result in

What Is Digital Transformation?

The phrase “digital transformation” gets thrown around a lot these days, but many of us don’t really know what it means. In fact,

Building Custom Software vs Off-the-Shelf: Advantages and Disadvantages of Each Approach

Across all industries, leaders are adopting digital tools to better their businesses. It could be to launch digital

Custom Software: How to Build On Your Investment For Years to Come

While developing custom software takes significant upfront resources, most organizations see projects as worth the effort because

Your Startup Idea: Can It Be Built (Profitably)?

Founding a startup isn’t easy. The unknowns and risks are too much for most people. But for those who are willing to do what it

How to Validate Your Startup Idea

Before you start building your new startup, it is important that you validate your idea to make sure there is a market for it.

How to Roll Out Your New Custom Software

  So, you and your development partner have finished creating your new custom business software. Awesome! Now comes the exciting

Creating a Culture of Celebration

Having an upbeat atmosphere and an organization that celebrates each other's accomplishments is core to how SPARK operates.

Construction Estimating Software That Integrates with QuickBooks

A new construction job opportunity is exciting, but getting to takeoff can be a tedious process. You’re committed to creating an

Time Tracking and How Businesses Can Best Realize the Benefits

In today’s market, efficiency demands that companies resort to computerized and automated systems to monitor and report every