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THE CASE FOR SOFTWARE-DEVELOPMENT-AS-A-SERVICE

THE ACCESS ECONOMY IS DISRUPTING HOW BUSINESS ACCESSES IT SERVICES, AND SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT IS NO DIFFERENT. 

The traditional resource-based model may be causing your software development projects to exceed time and budget requirements, but a new strategy is helping teams deliver development objectives with:

  • 45% reduction in the development cycle's cost
  • Shorter timelines and reduce delivery delays due to Parallel Development
  • Zero liability to developer downtime or constraints of resource availability
Download this free white paper and learn why companies are moving to an on-demand, Software-Development-as-a-Service strategy, and how they're gaining access to the developer talent they need with less cost and complications than ever possible with the old approach.
SDaaS Core Benefits
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LOWER COST
In lighter demand scenarios cost will be lower, but in high demand scenarios cost can still be lower since half of the average developer's day is spent waiting or executing lower value administrative tasks, while only 50% of their time goes into true development activities.
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PARALLEL DEVELOPMENT
When total demand is low and only a few resources are financially justified, development must commonly be approached in a serial fashion. The team approach of an SDaaS model is able to provide both of these needs in parallel without slowing down work or impacting overall costs.
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QUALITY
There may be an inclination to think there is a lessening of the importance or role of the developer in an "as-a-Service" model. This is not the case. The need to have a high level of programming skills, as well as effective communication, collaboration and self-management skills are as important in an SDaaS model as a resource-based model.