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No two software audits have the same goals, designing the right audit goal counts

Whether you’re looking for a standalone team or add to your existing capabilities we can add value. Meaning we provide a full-service team (Frontend + Backend Developers, PM, QA, Designers)

Assessing software quality, either your own or someone else’s, is a tricky balance between hard objectivity and the very subjective individual user experience.

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Software audit in one week

Many managers have a ready audit report in the first week

Monday: Plan and schedule 
Tuesday: Conduct audit day 1 
Wednesday: Conduct audit day 2
Thursday: Manage findings
Friday: Review & report


We have a team of leaders who are ready to work closely with your implementation leaders to help maximize ROI on software development or evaluate older software.


Data audits can dramatically increase the value delivered through software highlighting any potential issue or anomaly. Giving you the ability to get to the root of data issues quickly.

Development process

To assist software development teams in improving software quality and productivity, to independently evaluate the software development processes and associated products.

Identifying the reasons why software audits are considered

We sit down with you to fully understand your needs and work out the best route forward.

The type of project and its needs

Assess the complexity of your situation, whether you have a need to modify or upgrade your existing software or replace it with a new one.

Current software functionality

If your current software is missing some functionality or if you need to bring new technologies (cloud, big data, machine learning).

Getting help

If you don’t have enough in-house resources to perform a thorough software audit, consider getting some help from the outside.

Software architecture analysis

Does your architecture meet its goals? Has your goals around application quality attributes such as robustness, portability, extensibility, modifiability been achieved? What does this look like after planned future  development?

Source code review

Continuously improving your software requires regular source code reviews. Not just examining the source code to make sure it works and providing feedback but suggestions for improvement.


Taking time and auditing software to get to the bottom of your application. Understand it better and check its maintainability, scalability, and security.