Do you have an existing codebase that needs maintenance, extension, or improvement? We can gladly lend a pair of eyes and hands to make your existing product even better


Integrate your product with other systems, or implement new functionality, even on a legacy stack.
Extend it


Automate setting up the servers and networks that run your software, before and after release.
Deploy it


Add automated tests to your product, take control of the quality, and have confidence in every release.
Perfect it


From Java 6 to Scala.js, we've got you covered

Organic growth for your existing solution

Many businesses have trouble finding the expertise to deal with software that had undergone years of evolution, and that may still use technologies that are a decade old. We recognize how much business value those technologies may bring to your business, and we are not here to recommend you to rewrite everything at once. Instead, we can help with increasing the maintainability of you existing codebase with the same technology, develop a roadmap on the future evolution of your technical choices, and provide guidance in implementing your future-state roadmap, in an iterative approach that organically grows with your development team.

Integration with 3rd-party systems

Extending your solution to interoperate with other systems may be one of the most complex challenges that requires a solid understanding of the principles of software architecture, and an ability to quickly understand new platforms and APIs. Our expertise spans a very broad spectrum of technologies and integration projects, and we would be delighted to share it with you to make your idea the greatest success it can possibly be.


DevOps processes stand at the intersection between development and infrastructure operations. Rather than being a job title (such as a system administrator), DevOps can be viewed as a "plug-in" to an Agile software development lifecycle. Being a DevOps-enabled organization means that infrastructure readiness is baked right into the heart of the Agile definition of done. In short, this means that no feature or bugfix is ready until all of the deployment aspects of it have been thought through, automated, and tested.
Adopting DevOps dramatically decreases time spent on having development teams wait on system administrators to manage routine infrastructure tasks. An "infrastructure-as-code" approach turns endless Word documents and wiki pages with deployment steps into automated deployment scripts that are version-controlled, and peer-reviewed just like any other code. That, in turn, can accelerate your deployments to production by entire orders of magnitude, and can ensure much higher quality and uptime in the long-term
If you'd like to know how DevOps can help you, we would be happy to provide an initial assessment.


Much like DevOps, quality assurance is a "plug-in" to your Agile business processes, and represents an organizational and cultural shift within your development team. With the correct approach, software can be constructed from the very beginning in a way that makes it easily testable and that avoids common flaws by means of defensive coding. In a way it is a problem of building quality into your product from its inception, rather than just verifying the quality after everything has been implemented.
Correctly implemented, QA processes stop bugs and even security vulnerabilities in their tracks as early as possible. The cost of remediating a software flaw becomes progressively higher if the flaw is discovered later in the development lifecycle, or worse, in production.
We strongly advocate for automating QA from small unit tests all the way to broader end-to-end and system tests, as well as adapting Agile methodologies to include quality assurance within the various stages of the development lifecycle.
Connect with us today and take control of your product's quality!
Let us give you a hand in getting your product to where it needs to be.