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January 2021 – Technology Update 

eCERTO secures Full Stack Development team from ITU to work on INTEGRATI™

Copenhagen, Denmark

 

 

eCERTO has secured a full-stack development team from the IT University of Copenhagen (ITU) to work on the Minimum Viable Product of the Strategy Definition module of INTEGRATI™. 

 

The full-stack development team – consisting of nine developers, one scrum master and one agile coach - will carry out the work between February and May, during which they expect to complete six sprints. 

 

The team will work alongside eCERTO’s existing technology partners: IBM will continue to design the UX/UI, provide data science capabilities and cloud technology; STC | INSISO will continue to deploy senior software developers. 

 

Logan Neave - Product Owner of INTEGRATI™ - will manage the project. He expressed his satisfaction with the capabilities of the full-stack development team: 

 

“I have been impressed by the technical capabilities and energy that the team brings to the table. I am confident this milestone for INTEGRATI™ will be a success. Stay tuned for further updates!”. 

 

eCERTO secured the full-stack development team by successfully pitching in a competitive process organised by ITU as part of their Bachelor of Science in Software Development degree. 

 

Stefano Vicenti – ITU’s Course Manager – said: 

 

“An intense online battle took place among the 17 Product Owners from the Industry! After a pitching round and Product Owners interviews in Zoom breakout rooms. Congrats for getting a full-stack software development team!” 

 

Luis Ibarra – eCERTO’s Technology Director – said: 

 

“We are thankful to ITU and IBM for inviting us to compete in this process. And we are delighted to have secured such a high performing team. This project is another example of eCERTO partnering with academia to maximise the use of all our resources in the development of INTEGRATITM. 

 

I look forward to working with the team and sharing the output of the project”. 

 

Stay tuned for further technology updates. 

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