In 2009 Regan Chorlog became the head manager of OnTrac Resident Manager. His responsibility was to find capable engineers and manage their work.
He hired software teams from El Paso, Singapore and Slovakia. Several developers worked with the code base, but none of them were able to take sole responsibility for the project. As a result, the application quality degraded quickly. The application logic became over-engineered, unstable and full of run-time errors. Unit tests were abandoned. Common Rails patterns were routinely violated.
Finally, in June 2010, Regan found Anadea Inc. And here is where our story begins. It took some time until Anadea built enough trust and remained one and only development team of OnTrac Resident Manager.
Other software teams left the project one by one. The only other team who was engaged in the project simultaneously with Anadea was another software company from Ukraine. We found it possible to cooperate with them because they had the same rules and followed the same approach.
Later, in 2012, Regan Chorlog acquired OnTrac Resident Manager and became its only owner, because he believed in the project success more than his companions did.