WE BUILD SOFTWARE
THAT GENERATES VALUE
Top-level software is a means to generate prosperity.
Our team of developers and designers will make your dream project come true.
DEVTEAM AS A SERVICEPick your team! On-demand development services allow for the perfect balance between skills and rates. Count on an entire software development team to make your software project come true: project managers, analysts, designers, developers, creatives, and cloud experts.
CTO AS A SERVICECTO as a Service is the solution for startups and established companies in need of a Chief Technology Officer to provide technical business advisory services. The CTO allocated to your company will perform all the responsibilities of the position.
VALUE CREATION AND ROI
Our goal is our clients’ 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.
WHAT WE DO
World Health Organization (WHO)
The World Health Organization (WHO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations responsible for international public health.
Solution: Creation of dashboards adapted to the country and its audience with user-friendly graphics and ease of reading.
Impact: We make information about covid-19 accessible and facilitate health decision-making for countries.
WORK WITH US
CEO at xTree
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Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
Avenida Oscar Niemeyer, 2000