Occam provides a range of software and engineering services for a broad spectrum of industries. We turn ideas into top quality products that transform businesses.Contact us
We develop custom firmware, embedded, mobile, desktop and web software systems, as also hardware and mechanical solutions.
Our full potential can be seen on software and hardware integrated projects - like Internet of Things and connected systems.
We love to talk to our clients and together with them develop a product that fully satisfies their needs. We take our time to understand our clients and their problems to provide best solution possible.
Our passion is to create beautiful products with seamless user experience.
Quick testing of ideas and fast iterations are key in creating quality products. We use of-the-shelf solutions to develop prototypes and proof of concept devices.
When there are no of-the-shelf solutions, or cost or other constraints like size or power usage require custom hardware development, we can develop it. We do from small microcontroller projects to high performance Linux boards.
Every hardware project needs at least an enclosure.
Hardware is useless without software. We develop firmware for microcontrollers, but also custom Linux operating systems for advanced projects.
Windows, Linux or Mac, we develop software cross-platform by utilizing Qt framework, which is a cross-platform technology for building user interfaces.
Web Applications are where it all comes together.
iOS, Android or Windows Phone, we develop cross-platform mobile applications by utilizing Qt framework, which is a cross-platform technology for building user interfaces. Qt allows us to develop applications that we can deliver quickly and cost-effectively with native performance.
IoT solutions are our specialty where we can develop the full stack, starting from hardware to all software needed to drive enterprise high-availability high-scalable data crunching web applications.
We are technology agnostic company, so we can support almost any software development project, but when we choose the stack we prefer to use open source technologies.