Maintenance and Support — We’re In It For The Long Haul.
The work is three-fold: corrective maintenance, when issues are detected; preventive maintenance, to avoid issues; and perfective maintenance, to respond to evolving user needs
- Rapid Framing
- Cross Platform Development
- UX Design
- Front and Back-end Development
- Mobile Web-Apps
- Content Strategy
It Doesn’t End With Delivery
Focus on what matters — we’ll take care of the rest.
Whether it’s our software or third-party systems, we offer through post-production support and maintenance tailored to your individual needs. We value your peace of mind: our team is on hand 24/7 to assess and resolve any and all issues. Or, if you’d rather, we also provide routine preventative maintenance, like automated security updates for your technology, or performing compatibility checks
Devtics support team applies the very best practices to ensure your software continues to run as it should for as long as possible. You’ll be assigned two dedicated post production developers: they’re responsible for acquiring, servicing and keeping an updated log on your software product so as to guarantee continuity and ensure your requests can still be taken care of in the future.
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Let Our Team Work
Devtics committed, consistent post-development maintenance team has years of experience working with and on software, and are ready and able to assist you with all sorts of platforms and applications. We provide regular, automated maintenance to ensure your system remains up-to-date, and prolong its lifespan, decrease technical burdens, shore up the reliability of core applications, reduce your internal maintenance costs, free up your IT department, or help you avoid costly service disruptions owing to system errors.
After deployment, software must be regularly maintained and updated in order for it to remain 100% functional and efficient, and to continue doing exactly what it’s supposed to do. There are tons of reasons code may need to be tweaked: to maintain security and compatibility in a continually changing hardware and software landscape, to improve upon efficiency and roll out new features, or to correct any unforeseen issues that may crop up.