Our goal isn't to build another product. We're on a mission to revolutionize how you analyze your IT architecture.
We know the IT challenges that companies face maintaining the balance of business and technology while focusing on delivering important enterprise outcomes. We’ve seen it and lived it first hand
Time spent understanding and mapping the dependencies of each application at the code level delays your business transformation.
Manual technical analysis consumes both technological and human resources: Large team size, multiple scrum meetings, hours of coding and testing across various databases and servers, with a high potential for error. This typically takes over 50% of the entire development process.
Crosscode is a cloud platform that does the work of multiple analysts in seconds. Through automation of this process, Crosscode creates all dependencies without the need for any outside assistance.
Through this automated process, Crosscode automatically created all dependencies in the enterprise down to the code level letting you complete all initiatives, big or small, quickly and efficiently, while simultaneously eliminating business & IT risks. The timeline is reduced to less than 5% of the total process!
Our patent pending Crosscode Panoptics software is the first of its kind. Automatic, cloud-based, and ultra-fast, our software does the job of a team in seconds.
Crosscode Panoptics mitigates the risk of making IT changes by automating vital analytical processes. This helps your company move quickly when implementing new solutions, lines of business, or integrating systems with acquired companies. Stay one step ahead of the competition with the most powerful analytics solution.
Don’t Let IT Hold You Back
Relying on manual labor to update organizational frameworks is costly and time-consuming. We want to give you more control and make changes as painless as possible. Schedule a demo of Crosscode Panoptics to see it in action today.
Aditya Sharma founded Crosscode in 2015. After 20 years in the field, he fully understood the IT struggles of Fortune 50 companies. He saw how simple changes would turn into long battles. In many cases, entire teams of analysts would work for months to avoid breaking a single application. After seeing this unsolved problem, Aditya knew something had to be done.