Release better, faster, stronger software
with our system redesign service
Reach user-oriented performance metrics
Customer experience is directly related to service delivery and powers your user base. To avoid customer churn and enable a smooth service for targeted stakeholders, your app must be available 99.9999% of the time, easily adapt to market changes and scale in demanding circumstances. If your service is not quite there yet and refactoring is not an option, our system redesigning approach can bring your service to its next customer satisfaction level.
Get your full-blown system diagnostic
Redesigning a system is something that needs extensive resource usage quite a bit of investment. Before spending your money, let’s take a look at your code and see if refactoring is an option. Of course, before we deliver you a professional diagnostic of your code, we’ll deliver full legal coverage regards confidentiality, so you’d have more than just a promise of non-disclosure. With a one-time charge for our diagnostic, you’ll receive an outline of all system shortcomings, recommendations as well as a conclusion regards re-designing your software.
Building your re-design road-map
Before we’re able to give you a cost estimate, we’ll have to process your application thoroughly, get its main scope in the tiniest details and process the new features you want in place, as soon as we’re done replicating the existing system. This step is paramount and will require effort on both ends. We need to listen to your needs before we’re going to blueprint your software’s architecture.
Getting a fresh backbone for your app
As soon as we’ve got on the same page regards your software’s new scope and features – it’s time for us to go back to the original blueprints. Our system architects and tech leads will decide on the best infrastructure that serves your scope to deliver truly cloud-native backbone.
Give your service the upgrade it deserves
If you believe a system redesign is premature, you can always tune-up your application performance, increase your user capacity and optimize your codebase to keep-up with current market demands, reduce server costs and speed-up your time-to-market feature delivery. All of these, without a complete system re-design.