We're a tech company that delivers custom software solutions for small and medium-sized businesses. With over two decades of diverse experience, we have the tools to help you meet your needs and drive success to the next level.
Our office is located in Syracuse, New York in the heart of the Tipperary Hill Neighborhood (down the road from the historic 'Green over Red' traffic light). We embrace the sun and the snow – even if the sun is only for two months out of the year.
We do everything hands-on and in-house. No outsourcing here. We build our project from start to finish. This helps us control costs, maintain the utmost quality, and stay on track.
We specialize in the nitty-gritty: the code and the data behind it. Not sure what that means? No worries, you don’t have to. We will guide you through the process and deliver solutions that empower you and your business.
We are well-versed in a huge range of programming languages.
We do data. MySQL, MS SQL, PostgreSQL, NoSQL. Take your pick.
We get systems to talk. Web services, APIs, and background services.
We're experts in native Android and iOS development.
We bring new ideas and innovative solutions to tough problems.
We analyze processes and simplify them with technology.
Save the drama for your mama.
Politics have their place, just not in the office.
Abracadabra... poof!! Problem solved! We wish.
Stay humble and get the job done.
Your time is extremely valuable, we get that.
We work hard to give you what you want, nothing else.
Peter has a diverse background in software development, system architecture design, and system integrations. Recent projects range from large corporate system design and implementation to mobile apps used by guard services in Japan! Peter has a BS in Computer Engineering from Villanova University. When not at his computer Peter enjoys spending quality time with his family, trying to stay young and in shape, and working on his carpentry skills.
David started writing code in elementary school, and is fluent in many programming languages. He has a BS in Information Technology from RIT, where he helped run the free and open-source software program. He loves trying new software, learning new things, reading, writing, music, and his cat, Margalo. His favorite book is "Cat's Cradle" by Kurt Vonnegut.