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A bespoke recruitment management system as opposed to an off-the-shelf offering is software, a website or an app that is purpose built to help manage and track your recruitment process. Off-the-shelf solutions are designed with the aim of selling them repeatedly to many clients, where bespoke solutions are designed with only one client in mind. The two main differences between these approaches is cost and suitability of features. In this blog post we talk about the benefits of a bespoke solution. Custom made solutions cost more as a rule of thumb - in the short term - unless your requirements are very simple, so why is it worth paying extra for the exact features and integrations that you need in a recruitment system?

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For Fabric's friday lunch everyone made a single course to produce a fine meal finished off with a slice of apple pie. Splitting responsibilities this way meant we could feed a larger number of people with minimal effort per person. By decoupling your system into a collection of micro-systems that each has a single responsibility, your whole system will scale up in the same way.

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When investing in your software solution, a very important question to ask is what are the benefits of using bespoke software over off the shelf? There can be huge differences in terms of financial cost, flexibility and ongoing maintenance.

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PHP frameworks provide solutions to common web application requirements such as security, input validation, and database connection to name a few. There are a plethora of frameworks to choose from and it is often down to the developer to pick one. Some developers tend to stay within familiar grounds after working with a framework whilst others are more adventurous and make a long term commitment only after they've had the chance of testing a few popular frameworks. Making a choice is often affected by a project's requirements as well as the framework's popularity, performance, features, learning curve, and documentation availability.

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