Discover Flaws Early

A software audit aims to thoroughly analyze the source
code to discover bugs, security breaks or best practices,
and governance policy violations.
Software products, process(es), contractual agreement or anything affecting the operation is examined. Every critical component is audited separately and together with the entire program to avoid errors before once released.

Having an external party performing the audit reduces the chance of errors significantly—the internal team is too familiar with the code and can miss problems or potential threats.

Additionally, last-minute glitch usually arises in production. Therefore, a code audit will act as a regular checkup and last-minute check, ensuring that the components are free of security breaches.

Improve Product Value

According to studies, every hour spent in code review saves 33 hours in maintenance.
And most of it will be tangible for years to come.

A software audit improves software quality and flexibility and clears any potential security threat before production.

Another advantage is to improve the product’s value. A product seller can certify the code base’s maturity, security, and standard compliance. It also proves that a license is up to date, that open-source modules don’t violate any laws.

In terms of security, a software audit can reveal how much of the code was written by external parties, what methodologies were used, and any vulnerability or gaps that can provoke a loss of trade secret/date. Are the modules appropriately documented? Businesses can use the information that comes from the audit to fix any software weakness.

In the end, the audit process increases the product’s value significantly. There are fewer glitches, customer retention increases, and revenues go up.

Perform a Software Audit

At CodeAttest, we independently examine the software development processes
and improve their software quality and productivity

Our team analyzes your development process to improve inefficient parts that are money or resources taxing and replicate what is performing well elsewhere.

Here’s our mapping approach:
Comprehend your software and business requirements;
Identify potential or current code glitches and security holes
Evaluate performance and scalability
Evaluate the code’s maintainability complexity and costs
Review compliance with development guidelines, standards and overall asset legalities
In practice, unorganized or unorthodox code structures usually indicate that there will be glitches somewhere. Patched code and depreciated plugins are also predictors of performance issues.

Whatever the industry, a software audit guarantee that your dollars invested benefits your business in both the short and long term.