Founded by Jay Wiener in 1997, CorTechs’ original mission of delivering superior software development and maintenance productivity using advanced tools and techniques was compelling. CorTechs quickly became the fastest growing self-funded company in the Washington Metropolitan Area.
CorTechs’ focus on productivity through the use of advanced tools and techniques led to a number of significant partnerships with vendors of best-of-breed technologies in those strategic areas where CorTechs believed the greatest productivity gains were to be found. These strategic areas included Computer Assisted Software Engineering (CASE), Software Quality Engineering (SQE), and Applications Lifecycle Management (ALM). For example as an integral part of CorTechs’ larger, full life-cycle SQE solution, CorTechs identified Mercury’s (now HP’s) automated testing tools as best-of-breed and brought these to market in the most expert way possible. Over the years, CorTechs has earned more Mercury certifications than any other company in the world. CorTechs personnel are globally recognized software quality experts.
Branching out into related solution areas, CorTechs now delivers a wide variety of full lifecycle software development solutions over and above our original CASE and SQE expertise. Over the years we added: PMO and Portfolio Management support; IT Governance; IT Asset Management; Business Continuity and other essential SQE, ALM, Program Management (PM) and IT Service Management (ITSM) solutions. CorTechs’ customer list includes over 400 different clients on 4 continents, including Fortune 1000 companies, dozens of large Federal Agencies, both Civilian and DoD, and 26 U.S. States.
Our personnel are among the best trained and equipped in their fields, as the result of CorTechs’ continued focus on training and certification. We likewise are committed to maintaining a current understanding of the IT industry as a whole and anticipate and train for new technologies and methodologies helping you achieve your business goals in this financially constrained market.