Zupit arises from the desire to develop quality software. Since 2015 we offer efficient, innovative and highly personalised solutions
aiming to satisfy our customer needs.
Asking the right questions
To achieve our goal we approach customers as a strategic partner, going beyond the basic supplier tasks and the mere translation of specifications into codes, helping clients in asking the right questions to understand the purpose and objectives of the project. We believe this is more valuable than simply writing code. It allows us to understand why we do things, to prioritize and toss inessential aspects aside, avoiding wastefulness and optimizing available resources.
Few things, but well done
How we work in Zupit
In order to be efficient and adapt quickly to change, either in terms of context, requirements or market, we immediately embraced the concepts behind Lean and its more developer-like variation like Agile methodologies. We constantly try to evolve and improve, following the basic principles of the Manifesto, adapting the actions to our context, creating a Zupit Agile model. Continuous improvement is the idea driving us. In order to follow it, in addition to a technical training program, we have included two Agile Coaches on our team and we are supported by an external Mental Coach, who allow us to constantly grow on the organizational and soft-skills front also.
What we think is really important
We strongly believe in transparency in all relationships. We try to interact with people willing to grow and improve themselves both as individuals and as professionals, to create something important and valuable, no matter how small. We like our job and we team up with people who are passionate about what they do and who enjoy doing it. We really value our time, a limited and democratic resourse, trying to optimize and make good use of it and to leave as much space as possible for the non-working sphere. Intensely dedicating only 30 hours a week to work and not asking for overtime. We aim to create not only professional relationships but also human ones, promoting activities and moments of exchange and growth both with collaborators and with customers, even outside of working hours.