Aligning software health with business performance goals
Modeling the impact of technical health on business performance.
Silverthread is the market leader in software economics ― helping executives take financial control over complex software assets. Based on 15 years of applied research at MIT and Harvard Business School, the CodeMRI® platform allows organizations to translate software architectural health metrics into quantifiable business impacts. We have helped 100+ global commercial and government institutions gain visibility into their software asset health, and dramatically improve operational and financial outcomes.
Improve Quality & Performance
Management Consulting Value-Add
Improve Developer Productivity
Get Projects Back on Track
Gain New Management Insight
Gain Essential Intelligence to Support Critical Decisions
Enhance Cross-Functional Visibility and Planning
Objective, Trusted Insight
What is Software Economics?
For too long, proprietary software has been the backbone of businesses, but a black box to financial executives. Silverthread is the universal translator between business KPIs and technical insights. Our technology is able to accurately link developer performance and software design to tangible economic returns in cost, revenue, and optionality.
Our unique CodeMRI® software enables executives to make educated decisions about the future of their software development - providing accurate ROI, scheduling, and optionality estimates. Valuing proprietary software is difficult, and has often been subjective. Silverthread provides a scientific valuation of software and provides the decision making tools to decide next steps - ensuring that your technology is in line with your mission.
The CODEMRI® Platform translates technical health insights into tangible KPIs – and helps you achieve them.
Industrial Automation Company
Market Leader specialized in vision systems
Software releases 1+ years behind schedule
At risk of losing revenues and 15 years of market leadership
CodeMRI® Scan Results
Identified multiple areas of poor design quality
Determined refactoring to be technically and financially feasible
Management able to make an educated, ROI-based decision to refactor
Steered projects back on-schedule, securing revenues and market position