Since we've been in this industry for 16 years, we've seen many jobs go wrong due to
budgetary issues, incompetent developers, time constraints, and countless other reasons.
There are many reasons you might need to hire a consultant or other third party for your new or existing software project.
Previous developers went out of business without notice.
The team abandoned the project halfway through development.
Developers failed to fully understand the project requirements.
Previous developers had limited skill or experience.
Communication breakdown with developers
Poor-quality software costing you clients
The project became overly complex for the team with an in-house position
Legal problems relating to contracts and other commercial matters
Missing deadlines and/or going over budget
We start by building trust with our clients. We do this by making sure that we understand our clients' expectations, and we learn how to work with them. When we take over a project that is in danger of turning irrecoverable, we offer multiple options to our clients in terms of the steps we may have to take in order to successfully rescue their project. We follow eight key tried-and-tested ways to ensure that we are going in the right direction.
Reconstructing and recovering lost source code
Fixing database integration issues
Renewing legacy systems
Providing complete transparency
Getting you back on budget and meeting deadlines
Establishing clear communication with you
Keeping in mind the future of your project
Reviewing, updating, and completing the documentation
When we take over a new project, we conduct a thorough audit with the client to
pin-point precisely what needs to be addressed. This sets the flow for the rest of the process.
Once the developers have decided on a course of action for the software, a team of dedicated developers – along with any other required roles – is set up for the project. The team carries out a detailed review of the existing source code to determine how much – if any – re-writing may be required. Our QA engineers then perform extensive tests to ensure that the software works perfectly. The system must then be taken on a number of test runs, performed by end-users, to ensure that it meets our customers' needs.
The final phase of our software
rescue services involves the provision of on-going post-implementation support and maintenance. In
case the end-users encounter any problems in the future, our technical support center will be there
to assist them.
Our process is structured in a way that allows us to achieve perfection while remaining flexible, ensuring that we receive regular feedback from clients to make sure we hit the mark. Our team of project recovery specialists will follow up with you at each step of the way.