RedCrew was founded in 2018 by three senior engineers with decades of experience delivering change in large organisations.
Even as they were building factories and banking software systems, James Bligh, Abaran Deep and Mark Evans realised even the best corporate IT teams struggle with projects seeking to deliver new technology or create transformational change.
Quick explanation: large teams need to deliver repeatable work. In the tech department’s equivalent of the innovator’s dilemma, their need for efficiency prevents successful delivery of projects that use emerging technologies and techniques.
Creative software engineers don’t fit well in corporate environments where the engineering process is systemised and idiosyncratic approaches are a problem. They leave to join start-ups or freelance.
But these are exactly the people you need to deliver a cutting-edge strategic project.
That realisation prompted James, Abaran and Mark to create RedCrew. Our goal? To harness the talents of elite software engineers to create solutions based on modern technologies and deliver transformational change to businesses, without having major cultural change as a pre-requisite.
RedCrew also specialises in conventional consulting to large banks and national organisations but what sets us apart is that instead of telling people what to do, we create the solution and do it for them.
At RedCrew, we believe software engineering is a creative pursuit with space for personal expression. It’s an art form.