Prolifogy’s team of industry-leading experts provide software consulting services—including code/application quality review, fully customized corporate training, project management, R&D, and subject matter expertise—that fit seamlessly into your existing teams and projects to meet your needs.
If your organization is facing litigation, a merger or acquisition, IP sale, or a due diligence process, Prolifogy’s intellectual property consulting services—including source code analysis, expert witness, patent advisory, and reverse engineering—are indispensable.
Quality, customized software technology is designed to drive innovation and increase efficiency, productivity, and profits—and Prolifogy’s custom software development services can help your business do just that.
As of January 1, 2015, Prolifogy was honored to become a member of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), an important and influential standards body created by Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web.
W3C was founded with the goal of leading the Web to its full potential by developing protocols and guidelines that ensure the long-term growth of the Web. As the Web has developed over time, W3C’s efforts have been integral to keeping web technology relevant and to addressing needs in the marketplace.
Two key design principles—Web for All and Web on Everything—guide W3C’s work. Web for All encompasses the social value of the Web, which enables human communication, commerce, and opportunities for shared knowledge…
When your business makes headlines, you don’t want it to be because of software glitches caused by subpar source code. Everything may look great on the surface, but cracks in the foundation—such as incorrect assumptions, untested scenarios, noncompliance with best practices, and other errors and omissions in the code—can quickly cause your company’s reputation to come tumbling down.
Here are six of the top reasons your company should consider a code review:
When attorneys seek an expert witness for a litigation matter, it seems reasonable to use an outside company for recruiting an expert. This arrangement presumably allows the attorneys to focus more on the matter at hand and spend less time recruiting experts.
There are two types of firms an attorney may approach: consulting firms or expert witness referral services. They are not the same. Consulting firms are engaged in the business of specific subject matter and generally have a staff of experts who work routinely together and whose skills complement one other. Referral services do just that: refer. After matching up an expert to an attorney, they collect a fee and walk away.
Here are 5 good reasons not to do business with expert witness referral services: