Our enterprise was founded at the beginning of 2007 and has since been successful on the market in the field of architectural consulting. We are located in the region of Stuttgart, Germany, one of Europe's most important areas of economy and know-how. According to a study by Eurostat, there is no other place with such a high percentage of employees working in hight-tech industries. Research and development are among the highest levels worldwide. An ideal environment for new ideas!
The company founder, having gained 10 years of experience working as IT consultant in leading system houses, is of the opinion that advanced software development means to evolve continuously. This implies that former structures are to be integrated, since they represent the best appropriate software, for a conceivable period, in their „ecological niche".
Integration is not only the leitmotif in our software consulting services, but also in the development of a comprehensive tool for software tests, with the purpose to improve software and to increase its reliability, yet considering the financial investment to be exploited to an optimum.
At present we are working successfully with 5 employees on these issues with a continuing upwards trend.
For special skills we avail of partners, allowing us to be in a position to find efficient solutions for specific problems, too.
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