In any case, you can choose your way of using our skills for your benefit – contract a single consultant, have a dedicated team for you to manage or give us a project to deliver according to provided specs. Who do you need for your project? Compose your team:
The person who is responsible for collecting and documenting requirements, preparing implementation assumptions and system analyzes. The keyword in the analyst’s work is QUALITY.
The person who tests your software before it’s seen by your users.
The person responsible for running, coaching, teaching and supporting the scrum team and its environment in the correct understanding and use of Scrum.
The person who represents your idea, knows your goals and presents them to the whole team during regular meetings. He is responsible for daily communication between the development team and you.
The person responsible for the design of the application. It must be practical but also look good.
A large part of our team has been working in the company for many years. Well-arranged cooperation promotes increased work efficiency and finding the best solutions. Each of us has many projects behind us. Each of them is the knowledge that we use for the next job. WE KNOW HOW TO DO IT – AND WE LOVE IT!
We believe in proven solutions, that’s why we have been running agile projects for years. Thanks to them you can quickly see the first effects of our work, and dynamically changing business needs to not jeopardize the success of your project. However, if your company needs a different approach – we are able to offer you a solution tailored to your needs.
Problem: Transplant Organization and Coordination Center for Transplant did not have a system that was able to meet the high requirements of data confidentiality.
Solution: Thanks to the good cooperation with the client's team, the Central Registry of Unrelated Potential Marrow Donors and Umbilical Cord Blood has been significantly developed to help meet the daily challenges of saving lives.
Client: The Chancellery of the Prime Minister
Problem: The lack of an efficient system for collecting and analyzing statistical data
Solution: EC2 has designed and implemented an advanced but easy-to-use system supporting effective human resources management in the civil service corps, in accordance with the very detailed guidelines of the ministry.
Client: Supreme Court of The Republic of Poland
Problem: Web pages quickly become obsolete and non-functional. In order to avoid such a problem, the Supreme Court turned to us with a question about the possibility of two modern websites.
Solution: After analyzing the client's needs, we have created a service project intended for communication with a wide environment (citizens, national institutions, foreign entities) of the Supreme Court on the Internet and internal communication (intranet). Thanks to fruitful cooperation, both websites work without any problems, and the architecture based on Microsoft Sharepoint 2010 facilitates daily administrative work.
Client: Ministry of the Interior and Administration
Problem: The implementation of the Open Platform for e-Government and the introduction of secure electronic signature have been one of the key ministry's projects in recent years. The Ministry was looking for trusted partners.
Solution: Our team provided some of the elements necessary for the implementation of both projects. Thus, we found ourselves among the most trusted companies that could prove their high competence and professionalism.
On February 8, we met at the company’s quarterly meeting. This time we chose an interesting space in the Kielce Technology Park for the meeting place. The meeting was devoted above all to the further directions of the company’s development. Jakub Budziszewski – CEO, presented a proposal for changes in the organization of the company. READ MORE
Often, people who are just beginning to be interested in introducing Agile in their organization are wondering if it is dedicated only to IT projects. The answer is NO! Agile is a way of thinking (mindset) about managing complex projects, which may apply to both specific projects and entire organizations. The characteristics of this philosophy READ MORE
What are the differences between the traditional approach to project organization and Scrum? By the term “traditional”, I mean the methodology of the so-called Waterfall, that is, where the project is carefully planned at the beginning and documented in the most important details. It is only after this phase that the implementation starts. Verification follows READ MORE