Services & Approach

What we offer & how we work


Technology stack & know-how

The quality of our software solutions lies in the expertise of our teams who use best practices and modern technologies to implement ideas and transform them into successful products.

Technical skills are an important asset and our teams consist of technical skilled people. They all have a balanced mix of seniors, mediors, and juniors. Besides technical know-how each team has an outstanding business understanding of the domain they are active in.

Cloud solutions

Microsoft Azure and AWS

Server-side development

Microsoft .NET Framework, Java

Client-side development

HTML, CSS, JavaScript and JavaScript frameworks (e.g. Angular)

Mobile development

iOS, Android

Process and quality

SonarQube, Jira, Azure Devops Server

Web-Based Enterprise Applications

We provide tailor-made software solutions

Maxcode designs and develops web-based applications that assist organisations in need of handling enterprise challenges. We understand how data-exchange over the web and integrating with other applications are to be designed.

Whether it concerns many transactions, lots of users, or a large number of participants exchanging information, we deliver. Armed with a powerful technology stack, we aim to accelerate and simplify business operations and automate manual processes with systems and web-based enterprise applications that live up to the expectations of our customer base.

Payments & e-identity

Implementing payments & digital identity software applications

Online payments and e-identity platforms are our core specialisation developed over the course of 15 years. We have used this specialisation for digital invoicing, mobile payments, mortgage software, hundreds of online payment implementations with numerous of Payment Service Providers, and more.

Considering the increasing number of online transactions and e-commerce platforms supporting digital identity, we focus on developing software applications that provide real value on multiple fronts, including payment authorization and private data access, distribution and authorization.


When security and reliability is extra important

Working with dossiers within the Healthcare domain requires additional attention with respect to security. Not only are these dossiers confidential they may contain very sensitive information.

We have experience in creating software with high security related requirements such as data exchange, dossiers, onboarding, while at the same time many different suppliers (e.g. laboratories, diagnostic tools) need access.

Content & Online Marketing

A wide variety: eLearning modules, Blogs, Fintech articles Reports & interviews, presentations and online marketing

We create content. Editorial and eLearning modules for a variety of platforms. Content varying from social media campaigns, blogs, editorial news, reports and interviews with a strong emphasis on Fintech to eLearning content.

Our editors deliver content for online publishers in Fintech, start-ups in need of exposure. Our instructional designers build eLearning modules – using SCORM 1.2, SCORM 2004 and xAPI (Tin Can) – for interactive eLearning courses. Due to our own software development skills, our content developers and editors are backed up by technical support, while at the same time our editors are knowledgeable about the latest developments and trends in the industry. This synergy benefits our customers as well as our own teams.


Our agile working process tailored to your needs

At Maxcode, we aim to build a customer-centric environment where our employees are responsible for the success of their projects. Our dedicated teams are client-focused and their approach leverages Scrum to ensure client satisfaction. The well-known benefits of using Scrum are simple: Quick results, predictable duration, flexible and transparent from the start.

Starting a new project

Create a brief

1. Meeting with you

We schedule a meeting to exchange ideas and discuss concepts. It helps us to understand the requirements and expectations of your product or service. We like to understand your ambitions, the scope, and the overall context. This meeting can take place face-to-face on location, by conference call or a combination of both.

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2. Describing the assignment

We write down the assignment, describing your initial ideas, concepts, and expectations. We share this with you and ask for feedback, corrections and approval. We want to achieve a mutual understanding of your project’s end goal, timelines and desired results.

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3. Selecting the team

We select one of our teams to work on your project. Maxcode has several highly-skilled teams. The one chosen for you will be involved in defining and improving your idea up to the point it becomes a full-blown product. We strongly believe that the sooner a team is involved, the more effective future effort will be. Furthermore, whether you choose to do a small or large project with us, whether you stop for a while or continue development, we will do our best to maintain the team – client relation. This assures that knowledge of your application stays available, regardless if it’s about new development, maintenance or a simple question.

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4. Creating the Product Backlog

We create a Product Backlog. The team assigned to handle your product works on the first version of this Product Backlog. A list with to-be-delivered functionalities (expressed in User Stories) that is prioritized in order of added-value of your product, and ultimately, of your business. This Product Backlog forms the basis for further discussions and will be the basis for our proposal.

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5. You play an active role

You are invited to join the team as Product Owner and make decisions, such as determining the priorities of the functionalities in the Product Backlog throughout the development process. If your availability is limited, we can obviously provide assistance in handling the administrative parts of the typical Product Owner tasks.

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6. Receiving your proposal

We create a proposal based on the latest version of the product backlog. It will include a couple of Sprints (usually periods of two weeks with a specific team size) enabling you to begin developing the product.

Product releases & MVP

The trend nowadays is to release a version of the application fast and perform ongoing updates throughout the development phase and beyond, also known as ‘Continuous Development’. It seems to be the driving force behind management’s decision to work in an agile way.

At Maxcode, we believe the process referred to as the Minimum Viable Product (source: The Lean Startup by Eric Ries) can be combined perfectly with Scrum. An experienced Product Owner uses his skills to collect as much information as possible from stakeholders and prioritizes it by means of a Product Backlog, but the most honest and maybe valuable type of feedback is the feedback coming from the end-user. The product may not be final, it pays to test ahead of time in order to assess as soon as possible what works and what doesn’t.

Used correctly, the framework guarantees that the functionality adding the most value for your product is built first.

The MVP is not that version of the product of which you are convinced that it contains all or exclusively the functionality you think it should have. The quintessential is to collect that information from real users as soon as possible, before you invest (or waste) too much.

The MVP is better described as a repetitive strategic process consisting of generating the idea, creating a prototype, collecting (user) feedback, analyse and learn. The end goal is to build a good product that users want to buy and use.

Each phase holds clearly-defined results:

  • The application or product
  • The feedback (from users)
  • (Modified) ideas for the next version of MVP

We encourage you to release your application in a early stage to figure out your customers’ needs and expectations. Throughout the measuring and learning phases of the development of your product, you continuously refine your next version of the MVP and update your Product Backlog. Following these steps, we are ready to continue with the next release.