Lean Manufactured Software?
"We believe that software development is too slow. We believe that too many systems are delivered over-budget, late and most importantly with serious technical issues. We believe that Extreme Code Factory can answer these problems.
Along with a tireless drive to perfect our Agile development model we adhere strictly to our “80/20 principle” – 80% of components and patterns need to have been utilised and proven on our previous large-scale products. They must be robust, tried and tested and have been part of high availability systems. We evolve our codebase as technology advances. As a result of this model, we don’t get ‘surprises’ with our technical implementation: the technical risk is minimised.
Because of their familiarity with our approach, our developers can hit the ground running. They often surprise our clients by the pace at which they can demonstrate a system. We can focus on the business problem at hand and rarely waste time fighting against a technology. Delivery time is incredibly predictable, and projects remain within budget.
We believe in ”lean manufactured software”.
Stephen Bennett - Founder
Wealth Management Platform and Open Banking API
Our client, a private wealth management company, manages the expenditure of a number of high net worth individuals. This involves both analysis and auditing of all financial transactions.
After a number of years successfully offering these services, they identified that they could work much more efficiently and with many more opportunities to scale by automating many aspects of the process.
We worked with our client from project inception to full delivery over 14 months. In the process, becoming one of the first TPP's (trusted third parties) to connect to all the major UK banks through Open Banking.