Technology Consulting and Diligence
We help large companies and startups build and discover the hidden potential of data assets. We customize a roadmap and design the framework for your organizations to increase revenue and profit margins. A dedicated and experienced team of data scientists and engineers are ready to meet your company needs.
An evaluation of current technology investigates the strength of an existing solution, evaluating the choice of technologies, appropriate use of frameworks and patterns, and how well the design considers and addresses functional and non-functional requirements.
Evaluation of developing technology focuses more on the capabilities, strengths, and weaknesses of an engineering and/or product development organization to establish a baseline against current best practices and to develop recommendations for improvement.
M & A
The goal of technical due diligence (TDD) is to identify how well an acquisition target's organization and technology assets meet the acquisition goals; inform the valuation process (what the acquirer will pay for the company or assets); and identify risks due to intellectual property issues, capability gaps in the technology assets and/or organization, and/or ability to support the go-forward business goals including post-acquisition integration of organization and assets
Often, the software solutions are based on open source and community source technologies to increase productivity while keeping development costs low. More than a simple provider of open source solutions, Stradasol participates and contributes as an active community member. Open source software eliminates licensing fees and puts an end to vendor lock-in, yet offers control and flexibility with community-derived upgrades and enhancements.
Security posture should fit the risk a company faces. A company providing financial services or healthcare has a far higher risk to manage than a company involved in consumer product pricing and availability. The security policies, regulatory compliance and certifications, and operational practices should fit the risk. Going beyond the appropriate degree of security adds cost and may not make business sense but is far superior to inadequate security.