Provoking potential issues for further development, debugging, adjustments, and maintenance, poorly written code leads to high overall financial and time losses that become problematic when not reacting immediately.
As a consequence of having a non-standardized approach to programming, your development team can increase the risks of your software inadequate interoperability, hence, build obstacles for future system integrations.
Due to a multitude of outdated technologies still commonly used in software development, businesses overrun their budget by giving rise for operational costs and regular system downtime.
With the probability of delivering a bug-free product approaching zero, your development partner might not align the transparent QA process to ensure your solution meets the quality and performance requirements.
Leaving your solution unprotected, you keep expenditure up by correcting security issues or by eliminating the consequences of a security breach.
Lots of software development projects regularly go over the budget due to technical challenges running counter to business objectives. Avoid paying for your developers to progress along a learning curve.
With the limited access to your software project metrics and poor communication from your developers' side, the probability of getting dissatisfactory deliverables only goes up.
When the development happens without consideration of end-user requirements and feedback, the newly released software's interface might be awkward for those it was designed for, resulting in bad reviews and low customer satisfaction rate.
App scalability and flexibility issues suppress your business growth, setting the barriers for product expansion and adaptation to the market.