Software Products and individual Software Applications
Innovations such as Digitization, Mobility and the Internet of Things fuel the demand for software, but the qualified resources needed to meet this demand are unavailable in Germany. When it comes to expanding your software development, our business model offers you scalable, flexible and cost-effective access to international capacities.
SaaS & Cloud
Internet of Things
Kanban is a software development methodology that limits the amount of simultaneous work in progress (WIP) to enable shorter cycle times and uncover problems sooner, especially bottlenecks.
Scrum is an agile software development methodology. It is an empirical, incremental and iterative approach. Scrum embodies the values of agile software development as defined by Ken Schwaber, Jeff Sutherland and others in their 2001 Agile Manifesto.
The Unified Process is use-case driven, architecture-centric, incremental and iterative. It comprises four phases: Inception, Elaboration, Construction and Transition.
The V-Model is a software development methodology that breaks down the software development process into phases. Apart from these development phases, the V-Model also breaks down quality assurance (testing) into phases.
- Ruby on Rails
Integrated Service Management
Managing internationally distributed Software Development
Our integrated Service Management in Germany shapes and manages agile, internationally distributed software development from within Germany in an efficient and easy manner. Our service managers are not consultants, but managers with extensive experience in dealing with international development projects.
Our Service Management supports you from the outset when it comes to selecting a location and setting up a successful collaboration without the need for an initial investment.
When it comes to realizing your development projects, our Service Management remains focused on the goals and specifications and mitigates risks in a timely manner. This allows you to rest easy and see your goals met.
Integration of external Capacities
Qualified Supply Network
Our supply network of 12 development centers in Eastern Europe, the high-tech region of Israel and India haven been qualified and selected in accordance with AT Kearney’s BestShore approach. We have access to a pool of 7200 developers at 12 leading locations in 6 countries.
Expansion of International Software Capacities
Easy and Efficient
This scenario will sound familiar. When there is an oversupply of foreign providers, the buying process becomes increasingly complex, difficulties in implementation emerge and it ultimately ends up being more expensive than expected.
It doesn’t have to be this way. Our clients decide which services are rendered at which of our 12 international locations. To this end, ServiceFactum prepares a decision paper that takes into account regional strengths, productivity, quality levels, operational risks, staff availability and cultural issues. Our long-time experience allows us to prevent pitfalls or blunders when it comes to staffing and setting up the collaboration. Afterwards, we make sure schedules are adhered to and the intended goals are met.