How we helped Robert,

CTO at a healthcare company

A startup built an e-health system as a proof of concept and partnered with a large healthcare company for its future development. Market validation came early and the partner expected the half-baked system to be rolled out. However, it lacked most of the required features and, under heavy use, the system crashed at the worst times.


When we joined the team, the only developers were two talented young professionals in a remote start-up team. There was no quality control and no governance. New features came ad-hoc, often untested and missing deadlines. At the same time, more and more internal customers wanted to use the product, which required extra features. The team was unable to keep up with the rapid development cycles and the increased workload.



We needed to bridge the resource gap immediately; we brought analysts and developers into the team and supported the CTO with our software-testing capabilites. We introduced a Continuous Integration & Continuous Delivery framework, as well as coding best practices; we wrote rigorous test for the core code base.

After introducing a 24/7 monitoring system, and weekly iterations and releases cycles, internal testers took over quaility control. The project was back on track.


Note: our care studies are fully anonymized – while we are proud of our clients and their stories, we respect their privacy and business. For references, please contact us directly.

How we helped Robert,

CTO at a heatlhcare company

A startup built an e-health system as a proof of concept and partnered with a large healthcare company for its future development. Market validation came early and the partner expected the half-baked system to be rolled out. However, it lacked most of the required features and, under heavy use, the system crashed at the worst times.


When we joined the team, the only developers were two talented young professionals in a remote start-up team. There was no quality control and no governance. New features came ad-hoc, often untested and missing deadlines. At the same time, more and more internal customers wanted to use the product, which required extra features. The team was unable to keep up with the rapid development cycles and the increased workload.



We needed to bridge the resource gap immediately; we brought analysts and developers into the team and supported the CTO with our software-testing capabilites. We introduced a Continuous Integration & Continuous Delivery framework, as well as coding best practices; we wrote rigorous test for the core code base.

After introducing a 24/7 monitoring system, and weekly iterations and releases cycles, internal testers took over quaility control. The project was back on track.


Note: our care studies are fully anonymized – while we are proud of our clients and their stories, we respect their privacy and business. For references, please contact us directly.