A complete technical evaluation to prepare you for investments, mergers & acquisitions
Thorough review of code, architecture patterns, security practices and technical debt. Invest with peace of mind. Think of it like your home inspection before closing on your new house.
With 20+ years of experience, EastBanc Technologies performs Technical Due Diligence at the most advanced level. Our world-class analysts identify improvement opportunities others miss, delivering critical insight before you make decisions about investments or M&A.
An actionable high-level evaluation of strengths and weaknesses.
A more detailed list of identified risks and potential mitigations.
Detailed analysis of specific software development topics with findings and recommendations.
Validation of current architecture
Used components, patterns and their constraints
Plans for deprecation
Separation between tiers
Automation of SDLC
Infrastructure components in use
Fault tolerance and disaster recovery
Single points of failure
Vendor-specific/cloud provider-specific components
Sharding by customer
Bug-fix and other support processes
Code complexity and patterns
Possible integration points
External/internal facing API and API coverage
Extension mechanism (plugins)
Third-party integration software
Ratio of feature development vs. technical debt reduction
Opportunities to reduce cost
Usage of OSS
Usage of vulnerable software or infrastructure
Analyze risk management activities
Review planned risk responses
Considering a strategic acquisition and integration, a client asked EastBanc Technologies to perform Technical Due Diligence focusing on the acquisition target's existing technology to determine the viability of this integration. EastBanc Technologies undertook a six-week look under the hood to review and test the target’s technology stack, including code and current infrastructure, existing processes, project management practices, available documentation and future roadmap. After reviewing the final report, the client followed EastBanc Technologies' recommendations and completed the acquisition.
Make informed decisions.