The last mile in software is the final step that links you to your users, and it's also the first pathway for them to get back in touch with you. Just like in the physical telecommunications realm, the last little length of the delivery cord - directly to end users from your infrastructure - is the most complex, expensive and varying in needs.

So, shouldn't your teams be focused on smoothing out the last mile as much as working on the project itself? How will users consume your goods? How will you keep them updated? How will they communicate with you? Is your solution flexible enough to handle varying delivery needs?

If you're unsure about the answers to any of those questions, give our Pulse team a shout. We're delivering software to 80 percent of the Fortune 500 with today's most flexible, inexpensive and easily-integrated software delivery solution.

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Posted on Mar 12th 2010