After reading this post you will have a better understanding of what a change order is in software development.

A change order is a deviation from the agreed-upon requirements set for your software development project.

Change orders are normal as you gather feedback from your users, beta testers, or even your own app usage. Change orders can add functionality or remove features, it goes both ways.

However, no matter if you are adding or removing items, there is development work needed and your developer may expect you to pay for the changes. When you are negotiating your project be sure to discuss change orders so you are prepared.

Are you ready to discuss your project with a developer to understand the process and price? If so, reach out to us and get your project started!

Danielle Rydberg

Danielle Rydberg

Danielle, a scientific thinker, received her MBA from UMass and has focused on Customer Success & Marketing since then. She started off with basic market research and competitive analysis and has expanded her skill set to include customer success, campaign management, CRM administration, lead generation, sales support, and customer training. Danielle, a native New Yorker, now lives outside of Boston, MA.