Avalia Performs Tech Consultation for Simbiose Social
At Avalia Systems, we partner with our ambassadors to provide the not-for-profit organisations and startups they believe in with Tech Consultations. The goal is to help them have greater impact in their causes by making recommendations to improve their efficiency and productivity through technology.
We would like to give special thanks to our ambassador Denis Pedreira for connecting us with Simbiose Social for this purpose, as well as Walter Piacsek and the IDIS team, Renato Rebelo and Paula Fabiani.
In this case, we were able to provide strategic insights to support Simbiose Social in business growth and contribute to their mission to democratise access to resources.
“Avalia’s expertise connects technology with business and, with their consultancy, we were able to make the best strategic choices to leverage the growth of our business, ensuring its technological scalability.”
Through data intelligence, their platform matches ideal companies and government-approved social projects under incentive laws, creating lasting and mutually-beneficial relationships that have greater impact.
The platform provides benefits for both parties. Social projects gain visibility and an optimised fundraising process. And companies are able to invest securely and enjoy faster audit and approval processes. Connecting the two enables Simbiose Social to realise their dream of making a difference in the world.
Thanks to Denis Pedreira and all our ambassadors, we have the opportunity to extend our know-how to organisations looking to make a difference in the world as well as to contribute to the expansion of their positive social impact.
Avalia Systems Tech Consultations
Through practical recommendations for improving IT and software development, Avalia’s Tech Consultation helps organisations to achieve more effective results through technology, answering key questions such as:
How can the development team become more efficient?
How can product scalability be improved?
How can cybersecurity be improved?
How should the technical debt be managed?