Olenick was founded to raise the quality of software application deployments.
After spending 25 years in software development as a programmer, analyst, DBA, and project manager, Founder Tom Olenick recognized the need for services that focused on making IT projects successful. By bringing the right people and processes to bear across project management, business analysis, testing, and overall quality management, Tom knew he could provide pragmatic solutions to problems he had seen repeatedly throughout his career.
Founded in 1998, Olenick is a global leader in software quality engineering practices, focusing on Software Testing and Quality Assurance, Project Management, Requirements Management and DevOps. With over 300 consultants and locations in the U.S., Europe, and South America, Olenick serves a client base comprised of small-to-mid-sized and Fortune 100 companies. Olenick maintains a high-touch approach with every client and regards understanding the client’s particular needs paramount to providing a solution. This approach ensures that solutions are designed to produce noticeable impact and drive success that is measurable in terms of quality, cost, and timeliness.
6 Principles of the Olenick Consultant
Our Consultants uphold the following 6 principles that characterize Olenick’s philosophy of client service:
Have an Impact
Adapt to the Project
Client Success = Olenick Success
Work Product Reflects You
Serious & Focused
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