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.