Programming Services

When you need programmers, IT hacks won't do. Not all programmers are created equally. Nearly 100% of all off-shore developers provide "quick-trick hack coding" that may look good to the untrained eye, but actually makes your software vulnerable to attacks and a plethora of errors that serve only to frustrate and embarrass you while sending a bad message to your end-users. There is a reason companies like GE have decided that using cheap off-shore developers actually costs them 6.5 times more than using disciplined, quality developers. Because of rework, lack of familiarity and experience with SSAE 16 SOC I, SOC II, SOC III, HIPAA, DoD and FDIC compliance requirements; programming projects fail. Unless you are better at contract management for off-shore developers than we are, you have experienced the exact same challenges, frustrations and outcomes. It is so difficult finding quality developers. We know because we are always looking for quality coders. So frustrating is this experience, Beracha decided to train all our coders from the ground up. We've found that quality matters just as much as character and that there really is no free lunch.

 

Beracha programmers are disciplined. Our programmers utilize best practice coding, revision software, standardized coding libraries and internal code communications. Optimized code, database caching and well-architected database structures combined with end-user requirements ensures the fastest delivery of expected information for all. Security coding requirements are always at the foundation of every programming project. Beracha develops programming code that passes all standards for compliance because there is nothing worse than being robbed, defaced or exposed by hackers not to mention the compliance auditors.

 

Beracha software programmers also practice a hybrid methodology of 6-Sigma and Agile. This ensures fast-paced deliverables you can see and inspect every 2 - 3 weeks for large projects.

 

Additionally, Beracha heavily subsidizes all our work. Some of the same software developers that our parent company, TQI, Inc. provides to their for-profit clients for between $150 and $225 per hour are provided at audaciously subsidized pricing. This is the Beracha mission, vision and promise for the non-profits we serve.

 

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