Broad expertise: we have over 10 years experience in implementing software development solutions for web, desktop and mobile platforms, and most importantly, in shaping and transforming ideas into software solutions for our customers

Time-efficient processes
: software development can be an intricate process, so we have put in place the best mix of procedures in order to deliver time-efficient results for our customers

Effective communication: software outsourcing can be challenging, especially in terms of communication, this is why we do our best to reach our customers via multiple communication channels (email, instant messaging, telephone etc.), and to build together with them a crystal clear communication process

Ongoing support: we take pride in providing a complete set of services for our customers. This means that we'll implement, test, advise, create documentations & diagrams, provide detailed analysis for our customers, and if you are in the neighbourhood we'll even make you a great cup of coffee :)

Top-notch technology: we always ensure that our customers' solutions are implemented with, or benefit from the latest updates in technology, so we'll leave no code line to chance

Enthusiastic team: last, but definitely not least, we take pride in our team, in all our diligent project managers, developers and testers, and also we are happy to be part of our customers' trans-continental teams


Recent posts on our blog
Hadoop: the future is now - and it's all about Big Data
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Apache Hadoop is an open-source software written in Java, a framework that allows for the distributed processing of very large data sets across clusters of computers.... read more
Linux goes down in history: a mature operating system
Mar 14, 2017, by AdrianC
As we’ve seen in the second part of this series, the number of Linux distros has increased rapidly, as the Open Source community responded in a positive manner to the flexibility of the Linux kernel.... read more
Linux goes down in history: the early life
Dec 08, 2016, by AdrianC
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