BP Analytics Story

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Here's Our Story

How was
BP Analytics started:

After many years developing software for large corporations and learning we watched projects consistently delay, overrunning budgets and more importantly missing their overall objectives. We were quite amazed at what seemed relatively straightforward tended to stretch out and what should have taken hours to develop, grew to hours and then days. As we spoke with colleagues from other companies we learned that this plague was not only common within our employer but rather within other companies too. .

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The gripes were common:

“Software development took much longer and cost more then I thought”. “We just paid for this software but there are more add ons that I was told to purchase” “The software is extremely buggy and breaks down at the worst possible times “I looked at off the shelf software and paid a ton of money, but we still have to do so much work in Excel”. .

2007 Software Odyssey

In 2008 both Maurice Berdugo and Mauricio Pacheco set out to change software development. Our core fundemental principle was to provide high quality software at an affordable price. We wanted a company that directly address all the problems listed above. and kept our clients happy and satisfied. We understand and are well aware of the fact that our clients are spending their extremely hard earned cash in an effort to expand their dreams and businesses. It's a notion that we take extremely seriously with each and every project.




Humble beginnings: We decided in 2008 to launch BP Analytics from Los Angeles. It was a risky move, the country was in a deep recession at the time but we strongly believed in our capabilities, principles and our goal of delivering high quality software at affordable prices to large and small companies worldwide. .

When starting the company we decided to not take on any debt, rather finance the company with our perseverance, hard work and a rigorous focus on customer satisfaction.

We wanted to
deliver software with the following guidelines:

: * Build software that has a strong foundation by applying most of the "heavy lifting" on the backend systems. * Allow the software to be expandble and modified as the business grows or expands in different directions * Build software that somewhat anticipates a horizon in 2-3 years to reduce overall support costs post software development * Adapt common and stable software technologies that have been proven and where there is a rich talent pool to draw from * Hire experienced developers that "really" know what they are doing. .

Humble beginnings:

We wanted to
deliver software with the following guidelines: