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Our Software development centre operates under a flexible model that combines the best of face-to-face and remote work to deliver tailored services in record time.
From our headquarters in Portugal, we combine with DevOps services to bring the best of technology to projects all across the World.Know more
When talent matches ambition, great things happen
We have developed a work system that ensures peak performance: we combine client expectations with employees that have the ambition to do their best work ever by matching those requirements.
This ensures a passionated and present workflow culture that often exceeds expectations. We are there for you, every step of the way.
More than an IT Company, we are a Connection Company.
CyberTech is our branch which provides top market operational solutions to increase companies' cyber resilience, using from Penetration Testing to Artificial Intelligence, all constantly working for our clients. Self-Learning A.I. software automatically tailors itself to your environment, detecting subtle signs of emerging threats or vulnerabilities in real time. This is the Industrial Immune System of the future, today.Download PDF
Get your applications tested by your Real Users as a service. Mobile, desktop, smart TV, multi-device, multi-language. You decide, We test it. → Increase efficiency at a lower cost Customers report up to 3x more issues found in 1/3 of the time 30% - 40% cost savings → Improve Time to Market Find bugs faster, correct quicker. Increase acceptance rate → Use Real Environment Innovative approach Use real users in the real world.Download PDF
Accelerated application development or “low-code” development is frequently considered to be the future of software development. OutSystems has been consistently recognized by both Gartner and Forrester as one of the leaders in the field for several years in a row now.
DevOps is the result of applying the agile paradigm to the entire service lifecycle from conception to production support. It requires the involvement of the development and operations engineers in all steps of the process and thus generalizing the automation efforts that previously were only seen during the development phases.
Mobile devices are becoming a larger and larger part of our lives. Mobile development isn’t just about building phone apps. It encompasses developing apps for phones, tablets, smart watches, and all other kinds of wearable devices.
Cloud computing is the delivery of on-demand computing services, including applications, processing power and storage, typically over the internet on a pay-only-what-you-use format. They can also be setup on premises or in hybrid configurations.
The World Wide Web connects everyone everywhere around the world and websites are a big part of how that happens. Web development is the art of building and maintaining websites, focusing on user experience, performance, and ability to get the job done.
Typically defined as a procedure to ensure the quality of software products or services provided by an organization, Quality Assurance focuses on improving the software development process and making it efficient and effective based on the quality standards defined. QA is to test what DevOps is to automation.
Java is one of the most popular programming languages in the world, running on 3 billion devices worldwide (according to Oracle). Java is a powerful general-purpose programming language, that runs in all types of systems, and is used to develop all kinds of applications including Mobile Apps, Websites, embedded systems and many more.
With .NET Core Microsoft embraced the free, open-source, cross-platform paradigm and is very well positioned to challenge the Java reign. Using the .NET technology, it is possible to use different programming languages, editors, and libraries to build solutions targeting the web, mobile, desktop, games, and IoT devices.
Data Science is a field that sits at the cross junction of several different areas, from Artificial Intelligence to statistical analysis, from IoT to data warehousing, with data being the common denominator. The massive increase in cheap processing power and storage capacity created the possibility and the necessity to extract meaningful insights from all the available data.