Great software doesn't write itself. Our team is filled with great people who are passionate about software development and technology but also possess sharp business acumen to enable us to move seamlessly from requirements to implementation and beyond.
Great software, to us, is functional, usable, reliable, flexible . . . and many more things, but most importantly, great software is something that serves your business. We understand that your business needs are going to be the driving factors of an optimal technology solution -- not the other way around! By partnering with you and being aligned to your company's business strategy, we will be able to build great software together.
We embrace an agile approach to delivery that allows us to incrementally add business value throughout implementation. Instead of having to wait months -- or years -- to see your new technology in action, we deliver production quality assets iteratively every few weeks. It's your technology delivered.
Software development is one of our core strengths -- whether that's a large enterprise scale implementation with all the bells and whistles or extending the life of an existing implementation. We are able to consistently deliver exceptional software by starting with the best developers and combining seasoned leadership and sound processes while working in close partnership with our clients.
Our services also include helping companies by providing impartial, executive-level IT leadership, either in partnership with or in place of a traditional in-house CIO. This arrangement affords our clients access to a seasoned IT executive who can help align IT strategy, manage staff and vendor relationships, evaluate existing processes, and handle some or all of the other IT leadership duty necessary for companies to run effectively and efficiently.
We can handle technology assessments for companies with legacy implementations that want to truly understand the scalability of their existing platforms, as part of due diligence in preparation for acquisition, in turnaround scenarios, or any other situations that may arise.
Seems like everyone is writing microservices these days and that might be a good thing, if they solve the problems they are intended to solve. If you read our last post, though, you’ll know that we developers often like to take certain patterns and apply them universally. That lack of context – and not knowing […]
A problem that I’ve noticed with us developers is that sometimes we hear some techie and cool sounding trivia – you know, like “the rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain,” take it as fact, and integrate that fact into our daily dev lives. I’ve reviewed code where every instance of an if/else was […]