Ness Software Product Labs’ Engineering Effectiveness ModelSM
—a proprietary, collaborative approach to measuring and optimizing your software development practice—creates better visibility into your software development organization, enabling you to achieve more, higher-quality deliverables without increasing your budget.
The Ness Engineering Effectiveness Model begins with a comprehensive evaluation of your application lifecycle process, technology architecture, and quality automation that is designed to measure and identify the best opportunities for improvement. The right tools and metrics enable you to properly assess your development practices to ensure you’re delivering the best possible product to your customers.
Optimizing your capabilities enables you to deliver:
- More innovative features in each release
- More frequent releases
- Improved quality for end users
- Increased customer satisfaction
- Increased employee satisfaction
The Ness Engineering Effectiveness Model has been proven to reduce cycle time, improve cost-effectiveness, and produce fewer defects post-release. The Model is built around three key elements that contribute to engineering effectiveness: Process Optimization, Technology Optimization, and Quality Optimization.
Ness has developed a set of qualitative and quantitative measures to evaluate your software development methodology and systems. Implementing recommendations based on this evaluation process can significantly improve your time-to-market, number of features delivered, and overall product quality.
Technical debt and other architectural issues can negatively impact your productivity and consume resources with maintaining legacy code rather than fielding customer requests. Ness’ assessment determines the best opportunities for refactoring your code so you can allocate resources to enhancing your product.
Ensuring appropriate defect prevention and remediation has the greatest direct impact on your quality and release predictability. Ness conducts a quality assessment and creates an action plan to optimize quality effectiveness.
Contact Ness to put our Engineering Effectiveness team to work for you today.