We have a focus on efficient project management, that results in fast decision-making, reliable project schedules and early results or prototypes. We speak the language of our customers and can draw on ample project experience in order to deliver on our promises.
We mostly operate in industries with very high security standards (e.g. Automotive, Avionics). Our entire pro ceses and organization is aligned towards high-quality output and robustness of our software.
If you want to provide high-quality software at competitive pricing, this requires the following: First, no waste of time due to inefficient project management. Second, access to Nearshore resources. Third, efficient use of framework ecosystems based on long-standing expertise. That’s Codelab!
Based on more than 20 years of Company History
Amazon Web Services / Azure / Telekom Cloud / Cloud App Development / IoT Cloud Solutions / Cloud Integration / Scalability / Microservices Architecture / Software as a Service / Security
Native iOS / Native Android / Mobile / Tablet / Cloud Integration / App Store Integration / Security / Geospatial Services / Camera & Other Sensors / Online Mode vs Offline Mode
Data Strategy / Algorithm selection / Natural Language Processing / Neural Networks & Deep Learning / Watson / Cognitive Services Azure / Tensorflow
IoT Apps and Software / Data Warehousing and Analytics / Connectivity / Handling of Offline Mode / Cloud Integration / API / Security
“Think big, start small”- approach: Based on Agile Project Management Methods we start implementing an MVP (Minimal Viable Product), that is growing in iterative steps.
We have been applying SCRUM as an Agile Method for more than 10 years, and have well-established best-practices with this approach.
This is the “Order-and-Deliver”- approach: Either you have available requirements specifications or we establish such specifications in one or more workshops.
Based on such documentation we devise a robust and salable software architecture, implement and test the features. Only little involvement will be required from your team.
This approach is a derivative of the “Waterfall”-Model. The Major difference is the definition of testing approach and test cases during the planning phase in the beginning.
For our customers this doesn’t make a big difference: Little involvement is required, once the requirement specification is ready.
OVERVIEW OF THE PROCESS