“Shhh… Its You Know Who”
Transition Computing are the bespoke software capability behind some of the country’s most well-known brands and companies.
Transition Computing has been delivering bespoke software, integration and software support to businesses since 1998. When Dave and Jon founded the company they saw the opportunity to partner with clients to become their responsive software engine room delivering products, capability and better business processes faster than traditional development teams whether they be internal or companies, all underpinned by defined quality procedures.
Transition quickly developed a reputation via word of mouth with companies and start-ups alike, as people to turn to when you need to deliver high transactional, functional performant software that gets the job done on time. And they were a stable company to build a long term business partnership with.
Much of what Transition did then was under the radar, and promoted or sold by the companies we worked with, this remains true today, we are the engine room for software, apps and applications used by hundreds of thousands of users both on the internet and on traditional in-house server systems, many of these users will never realise they are using a Transition developed and supported system and that’s good for us and our clients.
Transition has learned, through long experience, that it is better to maintain a flexible view on which methodology to use as every project and client is different. We approach each project with a fresh set of eyes, and discuss the most suitable Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) with the client. The result can be the adoption of an agile or traditional approach – or, if the project or client culture requires it, a combination of both methodologies. In this way, we ensure that we always deliver a successful result.
One of our primary skills is the ability to use our experience to determine which methods are best suited to our client’s needs, and to fine-tune them so that they deliver the highest and quickest ROI and value. After all, at the end of the day, “Agile” is fundamentally about being flexible.