Aberdeen Software Factory

    Bruce Allen Scharlau (Manager)

Facility/equipment: Facility

  • Location

    The School of Natural and Computing Sciences Meston Building Room 225 University of Aberdeen Aberdeen AB24 3UE

    United Kingdom

Description

The Aberdeen Software Factory is a student-run software house started in 2009 so that students can gain experience working on larger software projects. Students benefit from work experience, while clients will benefit from a flexible, cost effective solution in which their application is developed to suit their needs.

We continue to bring our agile, lean and service design approaches to projects. We provide incremental delivery of the most important parts of the client projects in timely two-week iterations. We are flexible and work with changing priorities as determined by clients

Clients benefit from the software house by having another avenue to acquire software to suit their needs. We can provide an informative and helpful place to discuss and develop software to meet client needs. We can provide students ready to develop your application in a timely manner, and also tap into a wealth of knowledge around the university. We can provide a number of options for a range of budgets, as well as access to a variety of grants.

Details

NameAberdeen Software Factory
Acquisition date1/01/09

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