Transitioning to an agile IT development function, that is able to adapt to the unique and changing needs of your business.
Decision-making support in how to implement your application development strategy in practice, resulting in a software portfolio aligned with business priorities.
The migration of legacy to new applications or platforms (recoding, rearchitecting, re-engineering) leading to a modern (scalable, cloud-native) technology stack.
Streamlining of software assets, improvement of vendor management, standardization and licence consolidation.
Guidance and knowledge transfer in the creation / improvement of your in-house DevOps “factory”.
Guidance and knowledge transfer in the creation of IT security policies, BCPs and DRPs.
Business-oriented, flexible and adaptive IT development function
Modernized application portfolio, reduced TCO
Easier to retain IT talents and attract new professionals
“Paranoia is the secret to longevity” (Vavyan Fable, The Bone Flute) is not only true in the world of crime fiction (Fable’s book follows a modern cat burglar working online, targeting everyone from individuals to banks and multinational companies) but also true to life.
Over the recent years, the attention placed on modeling and modeling devices has heavily declined. While there could be multiple reasons for this*, the fact is that the robustness of the standard modeling language (UML) and modeling tools are not helping the situation. In a number of projects however, it would be reasonable to use smaller, more domain-specific languages but they often require setting aside the convenient features typical to today’s development environments. Or do they?