Adjuvant runs on a legacy Perl application originally built in the 90’s. Their competitors were coming out with new functionality. Adjuvant was unable to keep up because they had trouble finding developers who could understand their legacy systems. They even contracted an offshore company who billed over $100,000 without delivering anything useful.

Sharp Five Software engineered a plan to re-create their core scheduling in a modern language with a large developer base. This was done without redoing their entire application. This allows Adjuvant to keep up with their competition at a fraction of the “cheaper” offshore cost.