Delivering better software and enabling other in doing so, too

Contact us to learn how we build solid, state-of-the-art software in a transparent, client-friendly process.

Based in Nuremberg and Berlin, we're a web development agency / software start-up. We realize digital ideas for our clients and consult others in how to set up or improve software projects!

We aim to remove the pain that customized software almost always involves. Following our approach, both the client and the software vendor save time and greatly reduce the risk of disappointment in their collaboration

Technology

Serving our own need, we have created the Open Source project, Matestack. It replaces the classic Rails-View-Layer and enables us to create maintainable, beautiful user interfaces faster than ever before.

Matestack on GitHub

Value propositions

Our software engineering process makes no compromises in order to serve you a maximum value per LOC.

Good communication

Transparency and continous information during the implementation phase are key.

Easy Integration

Connecting our software to existing or third-party software systems is a straightforward process.

Scalability

Our applications scale well from the first user to a large database with lots of functionality.

Automated tests

We made it a habbit to always ship integration tests. This pays pack tenfold further down the road.

Security

For us, data security is a first class citizen. We follow industry standards and best practices.

Customization

You get a solution that is tailor-suited to your problem and specifications, guaranteed.

Speed

We thrive for speed. Not only in runtime, but also when it comes to development cycles.

Ongoing support

After shipping the first version, we offer maintenance and assistance with open questions.

The team

Yes, we are hiring. Reach out to us to talk about possibilities!

Christopher Bastert

Innovation Master

Jonas Jabari

Tech Lead

Pascal Wengerter

Operations Hero

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Impressions from our first hackathon in Nuremberg: