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Building Better Software Teams

We help organizations build higher performing software product teams. Becoming a digital organization means treating software as its own business line and key differentiator. We live and breathe concepts like Agile, DevOps, Extreme Programming, 12-Factor, Cloud-native, and all the other buzzwords typically associated with modern software development. We help clients understand what these things actually mean to them and how to effectively adopt them. We enable them to deliver the highest quality software services and products while responding to the incredible pace of change in a digital ecosystem.

Our team combines top engineering talent, highly disciplined software development methods, deep solution delivery expertise, and leadership experience. We integrate our teams alongside client teams in a player-coach model to help them to build better software long after we’re gone.

Do you want to have better visibility and traceability into your software projects? Do you want to create higher quality digital services and products with less bugs and outages? Do you want your software teams to have higher velocity of feature delivery without the overtime and burnout? Or do you want to better understand how your business needs to adapt to the pace of change of digital? We can help!

Services we offer

Software Team Build

The best way to learn how to build better software is to just do it. No amount of training or certification programs can provide the lasting knowledge of actually working through a product delivery lifecycle. We provide full stack software development pods to work alongside our clients’ teams in a player-coach model to improve their software delivery capabilities. We do all of this over the course of a real product delivery lifecycle.

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Software Delivery Diagnostic

Building quality software is not about technology, but about behaviours and practices. We help our clients analyze their organization from their tech stack, to their skills inventory, to their SDLC and operational processes to help them figure out what part of the organization must be enhanced and invested in to improve the robustness and agility of their software business.

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