Get started on your software project with support from our experts. From consulting and technical reviews to managed services and team augmentation, we offer various engagement types tailored to your needs. Our Software Engineering, SaaS Product Management, and Technical Delivery Management services ensure delivery of high-quality software.

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“You can’t build a reputation on what you are going to do”
- Henry Ford.

The first step in your project is to get in touch, but if you want to know more about what to expect, you’re in the right place. We’ll do our best to work with you in the way you prefer, but the standard engagement types below are a starting point.

How quickly we can start depends very much on the projects that we have ongoing, but small engagements (say a weeks work or less) can usually start within a week or so. This usually allows for some consultancy or investigation or for a straightforward implementation (a new integration for example).

SaaS Product Management

SaaS Product Management

SaaS Product Management

Software Engineering

Consistently building good software is a team effort. Everyone’s work must be reviewed, and it’s not enough to show that it works - others must be able to understand it and continue where the first developer left off. Ideally a squad of around six engineers works together on a typical project with close daily collaboration, and between them their experience covers all the technologies in scope. It’s not always easy to find the right people, and the budget may not stretch to the size of squad you need, but with the right experience you can work out where to make a compromise that works. Each engineer works in one or more disciplines, as follows:

Technical Delivery Management

Every project needs a manager - the person who understands the schedule, the contents of the next sprint and the backlog, as well as all the personalities involved and the various other constraints to be managed. This role might also be known as the Project Manager (PM) or the Delivery Manager. As a software engineering company we only employ people with a technical background - everyone here writes code and our Technical Delivery Managers are no different.


While most of the week might be occupied with scrum meetings and collaboration with stakeholders, our TDMs will often get into the details with the engineers in a way that they couldn’t without having done the same job previously for several years. As a project sponsor with a business focus it is invaluable to have a professional providing reporting and scheduling regular catch ups rather than living the project day to day.

If you are trying to run a business (particularly a tech business) and you find yourself unable to plan the strategy because you are handling daily issues with the development team, you could probably use a technical delivery manager.