We constantly update our knowledge by attending and organizing conferences, attending training sessions and reading good books.
We pass on our knowledge to local universities and in seminars about technology and soft-skills. We even take part in public talks on legislation and country development strategies.
Our employees go through three steps to get into our company. They develop a test application, they pass a technical interview and they pass an interview with our CEO to make sure they fit and share our culture. Using this process we hire the best developers with the proper technical culture.
As a result, we have only a 5% employment turnover annually.
We provide training for students in the local universities and organize IT summer school.
Alexander Byndyu is a part of the Supervisory Board of CSU. He also attends the meetings at the Ministry of IT and Communication.
There is no middle-man. The team speaks directly with the client to immerse them into the process and achieve the desired result.
We are always transparent — you know what we do and understand what result you will get.
Each week we meet for planning and a demo. We also do standups every day.
We make several releases to gather feedback from stakeholders or final users.
We continuously deliver from day one. Our architecture is flexible, our code is constantly being tested and work is automated. These things let us keep a sustainable pace of weekly releases and an IT-product that will be extendible even in the late stages of development.