We’re thrilled to celebrate Softeq’s 20th year of innovating on the front lines of the global Software & Technology industry. A significant milestone, we’re looking forward to another year of new exciting technological discoveries and challenging solution deliveries. Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality projects are already on our 2017 To-Do list. Thank you for accompanying us on this wild rocket ride, whether you joined us during the days of dial-up or hitched a ride with us just recently along the Information Superhighway. Wait, did we just say that out loud?
A Texas-native, Softeq has been actively participating in the startup networking events organized by the local tech communities in our home state. From Station Houston, to Capital Factory in Austin, to 1 Million Cups in Dallas, we’re excited to share our software and hardware engineering experience and expertise with entrepreneurs who’ve just stepped onto the innovation path. We love getting together with established players working on next-gen solutions too. Need help implementing an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) or a POC (Proof of Concept)? Let's talk at the nearest local event, y’all!
Who: A world leading microprocessor manufacturer.
What: An iPad demo app for the nation-wide professional basketball association in the U.S.
Use Case: An iOS app that enables the association’s coaches and managers to supervise player data, assess trade and transaction opportunities, as well as handle budget changes.
What: A desktop app supplied with EPSON’s advanced photo scanner.
Use Case: The software provides fast batch processing of analog photos and convenient image management, while performing red eye reduction on the fly.
Who: A US-based digital tennis platform provider.
What: A client-server app for connecting professional and casual tennis players to promote and to facilitate game.
Use Case: The app enables members to conveniently book courts and lessons, as well as invite other players for a match. For professional players, the solution provides the possibility to create lessons and promote them to the members.
Who: An automated test equipment producer.
What: A Proof-of-Concept web-based dashboard for test equipment visualization of results featuring a set of widgets adaptable for use on multiple devices — from desktop computers to smartphones and tablets.
Use Case: Responsive design enabled, integrated with the customer’s backend, and capable of operating in run mode, the dashboard showcases smooth and convenient equipment test results with visualization on a variety of devices.
What: A Chip & PIN payment technology enabled solution for secure online transactions.
Use Case: By securely storing card data and other sensitive information off the grid, the solution, equipped with in-built Internet browser, unlocks a seamless, intuitive online shopping experience fully protected from external threats.
A finalist for Last Gadget Standing at CES 2017, the solution has been covered by Fortune, Techworld, and ZDNet.
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