What can be avoided if you have CTO?
Experience in transformation projects
Risk assessment and determining the trajectory of projects in terms of specific architectural and business drivers.
Industries: medical, financial, insurance, energy, eCommerce
The strategy of rational refactoring and creating new domain models that are more relevant to the new reality. Complexity classes: monolithic legacy, hyper-efficient queuing systems, security.
Programs for competency development and management
Systemic career paths oriented towards the development of strategic competences. Evolution of developers into technical leaders and customer advisors. Scope: building paths and their criteria, assessment of competences and predispositions, selection of a development path, evaluation of progress.
Setting the path for the coming years with the lowest technological debt possible
With as low technological debt as possible, it causes a professional approach to the project.
When you need expert intervention at the level of: operating system, database, virtual machine, UI
We offer a wide range of competences (Java, Scala, Kafka, Spark, Akka)
Multiple collaboration possibilities
Part Time Expert
Only 3 reasons why it pays off
Good CTO, does not mean only IT
What is said about our CTOs>
Sylwester SuszekCEO, BitBay
Hani Abu-GhazalehCEO, Soopa