Fenture Solutions. Software development consulting and automated project management software
Fenture Solutions, founded by Pieter Boekhoff was a software solutions services company looking for a more streamlined way to manage software development projects. Zyris helped the company create these processes and developed automated process software that increased team productivity and efficiency. This increased success led to the growth of the company, its customers, and resulting revenue from its suite of professional software development services.
A Simple Process Gets Simple Results
Fenture Solutions was a software services company with a small development team led by a non-technical management team. The team had minimal project management tools and lacked internal processes to track team tasks and responsibilities, customer project progress, delivery timelines, and client requests. Therefore, Fenture Solutions experienced many growing pains as the company took on new clients and projects were launched.
As a software consultant, Zyris developed a project management process and automated project management system for Fenture Solutions that enabled the software services team to become more productive and efficient.
Since the implementation of a guided project management process and automated business process systems, Fenture Solutions was able to grow their customer base by over 400% in just under 24 months. The company increased their team size and saw a significant increase in their profit margins as a result.
- Microsoft .NET Framework
- Microsoft IIS
- Microsoft SQL
- Apache Server
Are you ready to accelerate your business?
Let’s evaluate your strategy together.
The process of developing software for your business shouldn’t be complicated or managed by a team that shrouds the development inside a black box. This is a fantastic opportunity for your team to get involved in launching your business to the next level in today’s digital era! At Zyris, we’re here to help you accomplish just that. Send us your details and let’s strike up a conversation about how we can strap those rockets onto your little Red Wagon.