With the worldwide proliferation of technology, there is no shortage of software available to consumers of every stripe to serve every niche and need imaginable. As with all products, there are different grades of software quality. We’re obviously uninterested in shovelware; it’s high-quality software that matters. What then, constitutes high-quality software? Software is considered to be of a high quality when it meets or exceeds customer expectations and earns customer satisfaction. To break this down further, quality signifies more than just usability, robustness, efficiency, reliability, maintainability, portability, and reusability. The meaning of quality extends to include flexibility, orchestration, process automation, and integration with external software. High-quality software lowers costs and eliminates waste which ultimately delivers profit to the client at a large scale. Moreover, software should be well-maintained and improved over time to continuously deliver value to the customer.