Is your company currently adjusting the way you operate? And if you are – do you feel you are able to stay in control of your software projects? Are you able to control risk and get your priorities right during times of change?
The insecurities are many. The need for data-driven insights greater than ever. Because with the right insights, you can also make the right priorities to secure and stabilize your software. This is where Quality Monitoring comes in. In summary, it is a service that lets you stay in control, even when your workforce is scattered over a multitude of locations.
Combining the power of AI with human expertise, Quality Monitoring is a unifying concept for a number of different software monitoring services. This is the best and most cost-efficient way to keep track of the progress of your software. Real-time dashboards continuously give you relevant information about the health status of the software and our quality experts will guide you in how to prioritize your efforts and reduce management costs.
So how do you get started? Fortunately, it is easy and quick. Quality Monitoring requires no on-boarding process – all we need is 60 minutes with a member of your development team. In a just few minutes we scan your code. And then, we use a forensic science-based tool combining machine learning algorithms and behavioural data mined from a version control system to identify patterns in the evolution of your code.
Through this, we reveal bottlenecks, historical relationships and long-term trends in your code, and we measure Code Quality evolvement in real time. You get customized reports and alarms telling you all you need to know. We can be up and running within a few days – or hours, if necessary – and and you will receive reports on an ongoing basis, providing you with all the insights you need to prioritize in the best possible way.
Right now, the need for Quality Monitoring is probably bigger than ever.
Software Quality Dashboard is based on the following two recurring assessments: Health Check and Security vulnerability assessment.