The ans­wer to the ques­ti­on why it’s essen­ti­al to crea­te high-qua­li­ty soft­ware is logi­cal and under­stand­a­ble for all par­ties of the deve­lo­p­ment process.
Obvious­ly, any cus­to­mer wants to get a high-qua­li­ty soft­ware pro­duct that meets all the estab­lis­hed requi­re­ments, is pos­si­b­ly che­a­per and deli­ve­r­ed at the allo­ca­ted time, so as to pre­vent future main­ten­an­ce cos­ts, pro­blem search, errors, etc. On the other hand, soft­ware deve­lo­pers are see­king to per­form their work on time and with maxi­mum qua­li­ty, in order to redu­ce their cos­ts for the war­ran­ty peri­od. The­re­fo­re, both par­ties of the soft­ware deve­lo­p­ment pro­cess pur­sue at least two iden­ti­cal objec­ti­ves: to deli­ver the soft­ware pro­duct on time and to achie­ve the hig­hest pos­si­ble qua­li­ty of software.

Crea­ti­on of ori­gi­nal­ly high-qua­li­ty soft­ware product:

1. Incre­a­ses the pro­ba­bi­li­ty of a pro­ject suc­cess and its time­ly deli­very, which ulti­mate­ly leads to an effi­ci­ent launch of the software.
2. Redu­ces the cos­ts for war­ran­ty main­ten­an­ce from both parties.
3. Pre­de­ter­mi­nes reduc­tion of over­all deve­lo­p­ment time, as the deve­lo­pers aren’t 
dis­trac­ted by fixing bugs or defects.

From the soft­ware deve­lo­p­ment com­pany’s per­spec­ti­ve, the­re are direct and indi­rect rea­sons for crea­ting reli­able and qua­li­ty soft­ware. For instance, qua­li­ty soft­ware development:

1. Redu­ces inter­nal deve­lo­p­ment cos­ts and incre­a­ses over­all task pro­ces­sing speed. I.e. high-qua­li­ty soft­ware deve­lo­p­ment immedia­te­ly allows to avoid work stop­pa­ge, swit­ching to other tasks, bug search, coun­ter­check of decisi­ons, search for bypass opti­ons, reco­very of per­for­mance capa­bi­li­ty, etc.
2. Binds the cus­to­mer with the deve­lo­per as long as the cus­to­mer is satisfied.
3. Crea­tes a some­ti­mes insu­pera­ble to others com­pe­ti­ti­ve advan­ta­ge when par­ti­ci­pa­ting in ten­ders for soft­ware development.

Fewer bugs per se speak for the com­pe­tence of the soft­ware deve­lo­per, boost the cus­to­mer’s satis­fac­tion and, wha­t’s important for the future, pre­de­ter­mi­ne the pro­ba­bi­li­ty of new orders by the cus­to­mer and make pos­si­ble to obtain good recommendations.

Our com­pa­ny also inclu­des exten­si­bi­li­ty, or upgrading capa­ci­ty, in the soft­ware qua­li­ty cri­te­ria, as deve­lo­pers often come across the situa­ti­on when it’s easier to throw out the old soft­ware and make a new one from scratch. Upgrading capa­ci­ty is intro­du­ced by cor­rect­ly desi­gned, future-ori­en­ted archi­tec­tu­re and selec­ted deve­lo­p­ment technologies.