Leo TechnoSoft SaaS Assessment tool is premeditated to help ISVs switch their traditional application to the revolutionary SaaS based environment. This ground-breaking assessment tool is a result of our deep expertise and our innate passion for novel technology. We have hands on experience of working with both Enterprise and Consumer SaaS that are being used by thousands of customers worldwide.
This assessment will ease out your skepticism to “SaaSify” your application. Based on your answer selections, our expert team will guide you whether your application is suitable in terms of maturity and feasibility for a move to SaaS platform
Standardized Code Quality Benchmarking for Improving Software Maintainability
By necessity, running a startup is like flying by the seat. Because the company is new, founders often have to make up things as they go along – with little opportunity to check and see how they’re doing.
Tech investing isn’t what it used to be – Investors are applying greater scrutiny to deals. There’s a reason VCs are calling for “a return to fundamentals” they don’t want to see newly minted unicorns shrivel into unicorpses.
How does your organization monitor development activity as programs are continuously created or changed? Is delivered quality decreasing due to time constraints or failure to address insufficient code? Do these problems increase required programming effort and software debt for your organization?
It is easy for developers to eliminate unit tests, reuse functions, or go against coding standards when time is limited and their organization wanted the new program or enhancement done last week. As developers strive to meet business needs, they create vulnerabilities or shell out poor quality in an effort to deliver a completed project faster. The result is missed defects, insufficient code, the creation of vulnerabilities, and more required effort after deployment or release.
Who you are, what you do, and what you want to do
These words terrify entrepreneurs: You get one chance to make a first impression. Whether you are trying to raise money from angel investors or venture capitalists for your business, or just want to perfect your business strategy, a solid elevator pitch is an essential tool for achieving your goals.
A good elevator pitch is not just for an elevator discussion. Use it in every networking situation and business conference introduction. Nailing down a short pitch for why someone should invest in your business will come in handy at some point, even if you never actually end up in an elevator with the venture capitalist of your dreams.
The ability to create an effective elevator pitch can make all the difference as a startup entrepreneur. What’s the formula for crafting a quick pitch that can take you to the next level?
Every product needs a cyber-risk assessment nowadays, organizations should assess software security risks attached to products in a comprehensive manner to build robust product.
Imagine if the engineers and planners constructing that bridge focused solely on its design and aesthetics, and ensuring it had enough lanes to meet anticipated traffic volume—leaving the question of whether the bridge was sturdy enough to not buckle under the weight of vehicles until after construction was completed.
For drivers this would be a rather absurd—and frightening—way to build bridges, and yet, this is often exactly how organizations approach the software development process when it comes to cyber security. They build software and products to work as intended, and then after the software is out on the market adopt a reactive “patch and pray” philosophy to mitigate any security vulnerabilities.
For businesses – whether it is a “startup” or “global multinational ISV ” – should seek to build cyber security into the software development process from the start. To make organizations hassle free LTS Secure offers free Cyber security Risk assessment for your product, identifying
Cyber security should not be an afterthought in the software development process; it should be the first thought. As applications, systems and devices increasingly fall victim to hacks, vendors may be tempted to assume that business users and consumers have become desensitized to the problem.