Our Clients

Product Industries of Clients

  • Accounting: Intacct, Intuit
  • BioTech: Bio-Rad, Life Technologies
  • CAD: Engineous
  • Consumer Electronics: Autonet Mobile, OpenWave, NetGear, Phone.com, Samsung
  • Database: Informix, Oracle, Public Health Institute, RightPoint, Viador
  • Education: Copperman Software, CK-12 Foundation
  • Energy: ExxonMobil
  • Enterprise Productivity: Oracle
  • Financial: Algorithmics, Tibco
  • Games: Advance Reality, There
  • Law Enforcement: Forensic Logic
  • Medical: Scheduling.com, Align Technology
  • Middleware: Vitria, Tibco
  • Computer Networking: Netgear
  • Instrument Control: Bio-Rad, Euphonix
  • Insurance: ClaimIQ
  • Computer Security: TrendMicro
  • Online Search: Virtual Synaptics, Google
  • Social Networking: AT&T Labs, iMeem, There
  • Software development: CollabNet, Sun Microsystems, Object Technology Int'l, Macromedia, InXight
  • System/server administration: NetLatency, Quantum, VMware
  • Telecoms: Aspect Telecoms, AT&T Labs, Phone.com
  • General website design: Chroma Design, eHealthInsurance, Sapient, Fujitsu

Some of Our Clients:

  • Advance Reality Inc. (San Anselmo, CA). Developer of interactive movie games.
  • Algorithmics, Inc. (Toronto, Canada). Developer of risk-analysis software, primarily for banking and finance.
  • Align Technologies, (Santa Clara, CA). Developer of dental alignment technologies.
  • The Art Institutes (Pittsburgh, PA). Association of Art and Design Schools (U.S.).
  • Aspect Telecommunications (San Jose, CA). Developer of systems for handling incoming service-related telephone calls for large companies.
  • AT&T Research Labs (Menlo Park, CA). Research and advanced development laboratory for AT&T.
  • Autonet Mobile (Santa Rosa, CA). Automobile tracking and monitoring systems.
  • Bio-Rad Laboratories (Hercules, CA). Biological Analysis Instruments and Software.
  • Chroma Design (San Francisco, CA). Web-design and development consultancy.
  • CK-12 Foundation (Palo Alto, CA). Developer of online learning-resources for teachers.
  • ClaimIQ, Inc. (Now merged into Mitchell International, Inc.). Software solutions for the insurance industry.
  • The CodeWorks, Inc. (San Jose, CA). Software consulting.
  • CollabNet (Brisbane, CA). Software and services for distributed development.
  • eHealthInsurance.com (formerly SASH Communications, Inc.) (Sunnyvale, CA). Online provider of health insurance. Developer of client-server, web-based software for the healthcare industry.
  • Engineous Software, Inc. (Now merged into Sumulia, Inc.). Developer of design optimization and exploration software.
  • Euphonix (Now merged into Avid, Inc.). Developer of computer-based professional audio mixers.
  • Exxon Mobile (Houston, TX). Energy exploration and distribution.
  • Forensic Logic. (Walnut Creek, CA; Burnaby, BC, Canada). Software products for law enforcement.
  • Fujitsu Corp. (Sunnyvale, CA; Raleigh, NC). Computer, networking, and electronics firm.
  • Google, Inc. Search engine, online advertising, social networking, ....
  • Informix Software, Inc. (Now merged into IBM). Developer of database software.
  • Intacct, Inc., (San Jose, CA). Developer of cloud-based accounting systems.
  • Intuit, Inc., (Menlo Park, CA). Developer of small business, personal finance, and tax software.
  • InXight, Inc. (Now merged into SAP). Developer of graphical presentations for information-rich applications.
  • Life Technologies, (Hillsdale, CA). Developer of biological analysis equipment and software.
  • Macromedia, Inc. (Now merged into Adobe). Developer of Director, Flash, and other animation and simulation software.
  • Marimba, Inc. (Now merged into BMC Corp.). Developer of Internet-based software for managing eBusinesses.
  • NetGear (San Jose, CA). Developer of networking solutions for small businesses and homes.
  • NewSof Group (Now merged into Resolution Health). Web design and development consulting firm.
  • Object Technology International, Inc. (a subsidiary of IBM) (Ottawa, Canada). Developer of software development tools and components.
  • Oracle Corporation (Redwood Shores, CA). Developer of enterprise management software.
  • Path Solutions (formerly NetLatency) (Sunnyvale, CA). Developer of network monitoring software.
  • Openwave.com (formerly Phone.com, formerly UnWired Planet, Inc.) (Redwood Shores, CA). Developer of embedded software and Internet-based services for advanced cellular phones.
  • PriceWaterhouseCoopers Global Technology Center (Menlo Park, CA). Developer of internal software for PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
  • Public Health Institute (Sacramento, CA). Non-profit organization that promotes public health in California through research, training, community development, and software development.
  • Quantum (San Jose, CA). Developer of backup, recovery, and archive systems (hardware and software).
  • RightPoint Software (formerly DataMind Corp.) (San Mateo, CA). Developer of data-mining and business analysis software.
  • Samsung Information Systems America (San Jose, CA). Research and Development subsidiary of Samsung, an electronics and telephone manufacturer
  • Sapient Corp. (formerly Studio Archetype) (San Francisco, CA). Developer of websites, multimedia software, and graphics for businesses.
  • SCI Solutions, Inc. (formerly Scheduling.com) (Los Gatos, CA). Developer of medical information and resource-scheduling systems.
  • Silicon Graphics (Mountain View, CA). Developer of graphics workstations, supercomputers, and graphics software.
  • Sun Microsystems (Now merged into Oracle). Developer of business workstations, servers, and software.
  • TIBCO (Palo Alto, CA). Developer of interactive systems and middleware for event-driven enterprises, especially those in the financial services industry.
  • TrendMicro (Sunnyvale, CA). Developer of security software for networked computers.
  • Viador, Inc. (formerly InfoSpace, Corp.) (San Mateo, CA). Developer of database report-generation software.
  • Vitria Technology, Inc. (Mountain View, CA). Developer of communications and dataflow middleware for the enterprise.
  • VMware, Inc. (Mountain View, CA). Developer of infrastructure for virtualizing computer systems.
  • Whistle Communications (Now a subsidiary of IBM) (Foster City, CA). Developer of the InterJet, an "Internet in a box" solution for small businesses.