Most IT experts agree that there are far more software project failures then there should. A software project might head towards disaster for several reasons. Among the most common factors include unrealistic or unarticulated project goals and schedules, inappropriate staffing, badly defined or changing requirements, poor quality work stemming from inability to handle the project's complexity, use of immature technology and lack of leadership and poor project management.
Our engineers have extensive experience turning troubled projects around. We are adapt at identifying and understanding the source of a problem. In most of the cases the problem is either unrealistic schedules or poor over-engineered architecture based on immature/incorrect technology. Our technologist have a keen eye for analyzing existing architecture and identifying potential short comings and performance issues. Our architects have a proven track record in proposing corrective steps based on the assessment of the requirements, existing resources, schedules, milestones and architecture and have repeatedly put troubled projects back on track.