All software projects require some kind of “maintenance”. It could be in the form of adding incremental features or solving annoying (but not necessarily critical) bugs.
Typically the same team that worked on the original project ends up working on the maintenance as well. While this may be fine in many cases, in some cases it may be worthwhile to use the original team’s time in other ways – such as planning the next big version – or maybe working on an entirely new complementary module. However, often the management is unable to “release” the original team for such projects. One option is to engage a “maintenance” team – typically members who are quick to pick up on existing software and work on those “nice-to-have” features while your core team can focus on more important functionality. CSharp solutions can help in these scenarios. We can help you setup teams that augment your current core staff.
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