Software Quality:
case studies

OTE Group - Journey Towards a Culture of Quality Excellence

In the fast-paced Telecom sector, the demand for innovation drives development teams to prioritize new functionality over software quality – accruing “technical debt” in the form of ever-increasing maintenance costs, sluggish time to market, unpredictable future release delays and vendor lock-ins.
As 5G adoption grows, Telecom providers will face new challenges in increasing the security of core network components, onboarding new technologies, and realizing Software Defined Networking (SDN) possibilities.
Our teams help some of the largest Telecom companies in the world gain control over software quality – without impeding the pace of functional developments – to boost development productivity, modernize core legacy systems, assure network security & privacy, and ensure value for spend on supplier output.

Digital Innovation as a Driver for Customer Experience

As financial institutions increasingly become IT companies, demand is rising for new software assurance capabilities. This digital disruption presents the industry with both its biggest challenge and best opportunity.

Investing with confidence to drive strategic growth

More and more firms are looking to gain digital capabilities through acquisitions. But to capitalize on the benefits of any digital prowess, investors must be able to identify the hidden risks and opportunities that lie within. When you invest in a company, you invest in the software that runs it.
Our team objectively measures, analyzes and (in certain cases) monitors each line of code against quality models to predict the current stability and future performance of your software assets, helping you to drive value in every stage of the transaction lifecycle.

Achieving exceptional software quality

Today’s society is becoming increasingly dependent on digital public services. Citizens expect those services to be not only trustworthy and reliable, but also modern and user-friendly. Bringing these aspects together presents a formidable challenge for public organizations and IT suppliers alike.
To meet today’s digital requirements, public organizations must choose between outsourcing and home-grown software, all the while justifying their actions to a wide array of stakeholders. Questions that often come up include: Are we doing the right things? Are we in control of our suppliers’ development? Should we rebuild or renovate?
Public organizations can’t be expected to possess all the necessary IT expertise to answer such questions properly. Our team supports them with fact-based analysis, putting findings into the perspective of our 4,000- system benchmark, and translating these findings into actionable recommendations – in a language that our public clients understand.