Your business depends more and more on software: to innovate, to support your staff, and to create value and deliver it to your customers. Growth in software, however, comes with rising costs and increasing risks. Generally, the larger your codebase, the more engineers are involved, and the more cost and quality depend on human factors. Software development and maintenance costs become unpredictable, and quality becomes erratic.
What if you could control these rising software costs better? Prevent bugs, or discover them before they result in expensive errors? What if you had better tools to manage and support the software development and maintenance process? That would shorten your time to market, lower the risk of running out of budget, and cut costs related to bugs and the damage they cause. It would give you back control over your software development cycle.
For more information, read our short white-paper: SWAT.engineering 3 pager.
|Paul Klint||Davy Landman||Jurgen Vinju||Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica|