Softeq provided us with a very useful user interface that enabled us to toggle different variables to find the optimum settings for those variables so that we ended up with an automatic gain control by software which gave us the audio performance that we wanted with the app.
It was quite clear to us when we engaged with Softeq that we had a considerable resource that was also very well organized along US quality standards.
Year 2013 achievements and milestones in review: embedded, mobile, web, and more.
We hired Softeq to convert prototype software into production-level software, across the whole gamut from machine-level code all the way to web user interface.
We are extremely satisfied with Softeq as a technical partner [who delivered a Windows Phone travelling app for Xafinity’s sales force]. We had some very tough timelines to produce this to present in a board meeting. The guys turned around very quickly to give me a plenty of time for testing, but we actually didn’t need a plenty of time for testing because it was pretty right the first time. […] We are using Softeq for a couple of other mobile apps that we’re building as part of our roadmap for mobile working.
In 2012 we formally arranged a partnership with Softeq in order to deploy their DURATEQ ATV devices here, at the estate. We were pleased and pleasantly surprised with the ability of the devices as they really stood out among the others available to us primarily as these devices were what we considered to be the most user-friendly of those available.