Every Company Uses Software

Software is typically a mix of commercial, proprietary, and open-source software (OSS). Despite the many advantages of OSS, using and redistributing OSS can add complexity and risk.

Mitigate Risks & Complexities

Establish a strategy that includes robust, yet simplified processes and policies for the use of OSS to restrict behaviors that expose the company to risk.

Enable Your Organization

Formal processes will enable developers to make confident and informed decisions in order to take full advantage of the benefits of OSS to increase organizational efficiency and productivity.

WHY WE’RE DIFFERENT

We are Systems Engineers and are among the first to take a Systems Engineering approach to the integration of OSS policy and process within the organization. This results in an efficient, holistic process implementation, rather than iterative fixes that follow serial failures.

OSSEC
The systems engineer is skilled in the art and science of balancing organizational, cost, and technical interactions in complex systems.

- NASA Systems Engineering Handbook (2017)

HOW YOU BENEFIT FROM OUR SERVICES

Standardized governance for all development centers, including global operations - making it easy for every developer to use so they can focus on building great software.

Strategic roadmap to achieving OSS compliance

Better protection of your IP

Balancing risk and business imperatives consistently across your entire operation - not just within a single development team

OUR SERVICES

OSSEC Consultation

Program, Policy, and Process Development for the Use of OSS

Review, Refine and Optimize Existing OSS Processes

OpenChain Compliance Services

OSS ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS PARTNERS WITH THE OPENCHAIN PROJECT

The OpenChain Project builds trust in open source by making open source license compliance simpler and more consistent. The result is that open source license compliance becomes more predictable, understandable and efficient for participants of the software supply chain.

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