A Product Mindset for Sustainability
Creating sustainable products requires a special product mindset by the development team.
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A Product Mindset for Sustainability


Creating sustainable products requires a special product mindset by the development team. It’s about planning for changes in features, scale, security needs, and development team members from day 0 in the development process. At QAT Global, we bring a product mindset to every project.

QAT Global got its start as a software product development company, so we are exceptionally aware of what makes a project succeed or fail. Our product mindset means we have an acute understanding that a software solution not only has to work and support business processes on day zero of operation but also must be designed to grow and evolve as the business and user needs do. This means you can feel confident that the software we develop for you will contain standardized code that is cohesive, loosely coupled, testable and above all maintainable, even as the application grows in size and scale.

Software development that consistently delivers quality results on time and within budget requires a proven recipe. To accomplish this, we use our Enterprise Development Framework to build highly scalable, fast, and secure software applications that are changing how clients are delivering solutions to their internal and external customers. Our framework includes the Agility RPM methodology we follow to manage the projects as well as the frontend and backend frameworks.

Software product mindsetOur development framework supports projects of all scales and addresses all key parameters having been developed based on the experience gained from providing software product development services for over 25 years and contributing to several hundred successful product releases. In addition, the development framework ensures that your software is designed right the first time and is architected for future growth.


  • Daily software product development updates
  • Flexibility to make adjustment at regular intervals during the development process
  • Designed for risk minimization, security, scale, interoperability, and other key factors
  • Providing a rich user experience, stability, and robustness
  • Architectures that are designed for future modifications
  • Business logic is separate from the core architecture so that the latter can stay intact