Our teams play a crucial role in transforming and facilitating our clients’ organisations to deliver better outcomes by providing secure access to documents, with ability to record information, communicating, supporting, and assisting those in need when they need it most.
Years of experience working to extend and improve social care and NGO software.
Established track record of developing social care and NGO applications from scratch.
Experience in web and mobile applications that work as one system.
Increased work loads and repetitive tasks are not only time-consuming for employees, they can lead to serious inaccuracies in records and costly inefficiencies in reporting and pose a threat to personal data security regulations such as GDPR. We build software with security and user experience in mind, while always being on the lookout for opportunities to increase efficiency.
We have extensive experience in creating custom IT solutions that play a pivotal role in easing the strain of employees, securing personal data and helping to overcome current social care and NGO challenges such as mobility, collaboration and a seamless integration of legacy systems and processes.
The demand to be able to connect data and align up, down and across an organisation has never been more urgent. Revealing insights from the data available can help surface critical improvements to be done. Also, how data is exchanged makes it essential to have secure and reliable means to manage it.
Our clients, their employees and end users are at the centre of our approach. We attribute our 15 year reputation not only to delivering innovative, timely and responsive solutions, but also to developing a transparent two-way relationship with each of our clients. We believe people are the heart of everything we create.
Our governance model consists of a Scrum Master, the team from Qubiz and a Product Owner from the client-side. This enables a smooth collaboration that avoids deadlocks, often encountered in hierarchies.
Ensuring that the team has a great working environment and that everyone understands the project vision is critical. This, together with a clear Product Backlog, ensures a great foundation to build on.
Working in sprints of 2 or 4 weeks to deliver potentially shippable product increments. These increments, once accepted, are launched to the live environment.
Using Agile and a DevOps mindset to have an efficient Continuous Delivery process enables one-click deployments of any version of the software to any environment, on-demand.