The CaseNine Method

At CaseNine, we work following the CaseNine Method. This unique approach ensures consistent quality and satisfied customers time after time. The CaseNine Method consists of a number of fixed components: DevOps, CI/CD, Agile & Scrum and the CaseNine Library. Discover what makes the CaseNine Method unique.

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DevOps delivers you added value

Our approach ensures commitment, resulting in satisfied customers.

  • No two worlds

Software developers and administrators: our DevOps professionals work together. Maintenance and management are leading from the beginning of the development process. This prevents potential management problems and ensures that all departments stay involved in your software.

Outsourcing DevOps

Continuous Integration & Continuous Delivery (CI/CD)

At CaseNine, we use Salesforce DX, which simplifies teamwork and makes version control readily available.

  • Daily instead of monthly

With CaseNine, you get ready-made developer seats and benefit from the standard way of working. This allows for daily application updates, rather than monthly.

Salesforce Industry Experts

Agile & Scrum

You will always work with a fully self-managing team of professionals at CaseNine.

  • Predictability instead of surprises

You see immediately what is working or not working within the software. This working method allows for quick delivery: days instead of months. Moreover, you are continuously guided during the process.

Implementation & integration

CaseNine Library

Software development can be a time-consuming process. Our CaseNine software library speeds up the development process without compromising.

  • We are experts in using tools such as Github, Teamcity and IntelliJ and can use them to deliver an optimal solution.
  • Our software library is designed to streamline the development process without concessions.
  • Our library contains ready-made SFDX plug-ins, template engines, force loggers and trigger frameworks.
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