PROSPERITY FOR ALL USERS, CLIENTS, DEVELOPERS, TEAM, STAKEHOLDERS AND SOCIETY
VALUE CREATION AND ROI
Our goal is our client’s success. Before doing anything, we always ask ourselves whether we are investing our clients’ money wisely and towards their goals.
As a service provider, we value building great relationships with our clients through effective communication. For this reason, we will consistently be accessible, transparent, and friendly.
PROSPERITY FOR ALL
By developing top-level software, Softo generates prosperity for each and every one who is connected to us. Our concept of prosperity involves happiness, quality of life, self-growth, sound relationships, and wealth.
BUSINESS BEFORE TECHNOLOGY
We use technology to create and leverage great businesses. Even though technology is our core occupation, we understand that it is nothing but a means to a great business for most of our clients.
OUR COMPANY HISTORY
Softo Ventures and
“Softo Ventures”, our venture arm responsible for building startups, launches FlowCode, a low-code solution agency tapping into low-code tools.
After a few project developments in the blockchain and web3 segments, Softo decides that the entire team will be trained in web3 technologies.
Softo landed its first international contract with World Health Organization.
and new positioning
Rebrand for Softo and service launch DevTeam as a Service and CTO as a Service
Six years later, Softo is rebranded and ready to meet the needs of more clients, offering “DevTeam as a Service” and “CTO as a Service.”
Cubus, our real estate portfolio management product is finalized and implemented for the first time.
With our partners’ e-commerce expertise, a lead generation product called LeadGrid is launched for online stores.
First implementation of
SanFlow, our ERP product for companies providing services is finalized and implemented for the first time.
Originally named Jack Sistemas, Softo is founded by Fabio Seixas and Rafael Ruiz.
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Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
Avenida Oscar Niemeyer, 2000