Andy Young employee journey

By: Saggezza

Andy Young joined Saggezza in 2017, having forged a successful career with global IT business Accenture.  The father of one explains why his switch to a role with Saggezza was the perfect next step on his career pathway. “I had worked at Accenture for 14 years when the opportunity arose to make the move to […]


Nicole blazes a tech trail for women

By: Saggezza

PICTURE a coding business.  Now picture its team…  Possibly, and probably, you would imagine that to be predominantly male.  And you’d be right.  Over 75per cent of employees in the tech sector are men. NAME speaks to Nicole Robson from Sunderland technology business Saggezza, about why it is important that the industry welcomes more women […]


Lift off for 0Gravity coding club

By: Saggezza

NEXT GENERATION tech talent is set to soar in Sunderland, thanks to a newly launched coding club inspired by a group set up almost 5,000 miles away. YouTube Video : BBC Look North News (North East and Cumbria) Global software solutions company, Saggezza, based at the Sunderland Software Centre, saw 15 young people from in […]



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Why Are The Patriots So Good?

By: Bryant Holt

The Patriots run their team as a business and every Startup, Fortune 500, and NFL team should be taking a page out of the Patriot’s playbook. The Scientific Method for the Patriots is simple: find the players with the right skill sets, make sure these players fit the Patriot system, and evaluate individuals’ strengths in order to build better teams.


Cisco Announces Intent to Acquire Saggezza’s Advanced Analytics Talent & Technology

By: Robert Spearing

We’re excited to share the news that Cisco has announced its intent to acquire our Advanced Analytics team and associated Intellectual Property. Cisco is committed to innovation and market leadership, and this acquisition continues to build on this heritage.  It also validates Saggezza’s commitment to building high impact software teams and creative Intellectual Property. As applications […]




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Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

By: Robert Spearing

In 2016, it would be impossible to have missed the technical debt renaissance that’s continued to build momentum over the last decade. But, like any metaphor, we must understand it in context.

Recent studies suggest that an average technical debt of $3-5 exists per line of software code, or an average of $1 million per system. In 2010, Gartner famously estimated the worldwide technical debt at $500 Billion, forecasting growth to $1 trillion by 2015. Over the course of this multiple-part series, we’ll level-set on exactly what technical debt is and explore how many quantify that debt: by line of code analysis, by management philosophy or business impact, or via other abstract terms. Further, we’ll look at the larger picture of how we often mistake the root causes of debt while attempting to quantify or define its financial impact.