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
Experience tells us that direct collaboration with nearshore and offshore providers is risky and often fail . We are convinced that nearshoring and offshoring can be realized with the utmost service quality. To this end, we contribute many years of experience in nearshoring and offshoring, our cooperative relationship management with our BestShore Centers, as well as a proven framework for distributed software development.
We guarantee to bring this expertise to bear for you through our integrated service management.
Our services include:
- Service strategy & offer
- Demand management
- Service planning & monitoring
- Customer management
The service manager manages the international collaboration. He is your contact person in Germany.
Integration of external Capacities
Qualified Network of Suppliers
We strive to deliver results of the utmost quality.
We select the best team of developers at the appropriate site for our clients. Based on a well-defined selection process, we have assembled longtime partners to form an extensive international network of suppliers. All sites were qualified in accordance with A.T. Kearney’s BestShoring approach and are continuously analyzed and assessed. They operate in a dynamic economic environment, offer a large number of highly skilled developers and are financially attractive.
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.