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We know startups. We’ve launched a few of them. You start building, and then some more, and you never take the time to stop and make sure your code is free of liabilities. This can impact productivity, ROI, and even your ability to get funding.

We help make sure this doesn’t happen.


years of experience


start-ups & scale-ups helped


of our clients still alive

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Why you should do tech audit

The longer you work with non optimized code, the more resources you’re wasting down the line. Technical debt can accumulate fast and you might find yourself in a corner before you realize it. This will impair your ability to build value-adding features and thus negatively impact your ROI.

If you’re planning on raising funds, the quality of your code can make or break your deal. Sure, you can try and bury it, but more often than not, it’s going to blow up in your face. Which would be too bad.

Your app won't audit itself

(Be a lot cooler if it did. But it won’t)

Why externalize your 
app audit?

It’s easy to overlook things when you’ve been working on the same app for a while. A fresh look from an external team will reveal the weak points in your code that might cost you down the line.

Also, it can be difficult for employees to question legacy code that was initially written by a founder and is causing trouble for the app as a whole.

Our team won’t be partial to a piece of code or to a specific technology. This allows us to provide unbiased advice that’ll help optimize your app.

All our software engineers are experts who have either worked at top-level companies like Amazon or hold PHDs. They have worked on dozens of apps and share their respective experiences with each other in order to cover as much ground as possible.
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Alicia Dahan
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+32 492 66 00 89
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