Financial advisory platform Tania.AI asked Company-X to troubleshoot and find out what was causing errors in its code preventing the import of data.



Tania.AI had assembled a small team to develop a web and mobile app.

As the number of users grew so did the volume of data Tania.AI was importing nightly from Xero.

The triggering of manual updates was necessary.

Tania.AI founder Donnameree Ryder initially turned to an overseas consultant to investigate the issue, but they were unable to solve the problem.



Ryder asked Company-X co-founder and director David Hallett for help.

Company-X team leader and senior developer Michael Steenkamp and developer Jonathan Ashworth peer reviewed Tania.AI’s code base.

The pair found the issue with the code and Steenkamp was able to fix it.

As a result, Company-X has been asked to rebuild Tania AI for the Microsoft Store.

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Company-X enabled Tania.AI to release version three of its mobile and web app for testing by audit, tax, and advisory services provider KPMG.