“Polarising’s partnership has already a significant backtrack; currently 91% of our trained Core Spring consultants are already certified. The quality of the training and the high-level of the Polarising team, guarantee the services excellence that Opensoft is known by.”
-Mariana Sousa, Opensoft Human Resources Manager
The Client And Our Story.
Opensoft is a Portuguese company specialized in business-critical software development and web solutions development, supported by technological consultancy services and project management.
Training is critical to guarantee the quality of Opensoft’s Applicational development services. Polarising is the long-time partner that provides Core Spring training to develop their technical teams professional skills and leverage the company growth.
Core Spring Training
Training and certifying their team of consultants in Core-Spring was a strategic decision in which the company decided to invest since 2016. The Core Spring technology simplifies the development of Opensoft applications, allowing an effective response to their clients needs towards faster implementation and high-level productivity standards related to reliable and trusted technology services.
One of the many advantages of using Core Spring technology is the framework’s evolving roadmap, that allows the effective resolution of several issues like the reduction of development and maintenance time around 20 percent. Currently, more than 81 percent of the team is certified.
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