Tailor-made IT

We create solutions for our clients to support or transform their business


We have developed IT solutions for individuals, banks, sporting associations, humanitarian organizations and many others.

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Services


We accompany our clients in finding the right IT solution for their business, then develop, deploy, and oversee the solution in operation.

A recent development is SoftPeelR. This is a Web portal for managing curling tournaments on-line. It also includes a scoreboard network that we deployed at Geneva's Sapinda Arena.

IT Development

Considerable experience in software development, notably in banking and Web-based systems.

Technical Writing

Accomplished technical writers and business analysts, we do requirements analysis and knowledge management.

Research

We have participated in numerous Swiss (FNS) and European Union projects in the field of software services.

Teaching

We have taught numerous master and continuous education courses on security and software engineering.

Projects


About


The Company

Shared Object is a software development company with a long experience in research and development projects.

We have a background in academia, and have participated in numerous Swiss and European Union R&D projects. We founded Shared Object in 2008 to work on challenging development projects.

Our current project is SoftPeelR - a system for managing curling tournaments. Past projects include portfolio management and reporting applications for Geneva banks.

Our favorite programming technologies are Ruby on Rails, JavaScript, Clojure, Java and Objective-C.

Our Background

Ciarán Bryce has a PhD from Rennes University on information security. He was Assistant Professor at Geneva University, a visiting professor at Sun Microsystems, and senior researcher at INRIA, France. He taught continuous education and master courses on programming and information security at Geneva University and at INSA-Rennes.

Chrislain Razafimahefa obtained a PhD from Geneva University on runtime support for Java applications, before spending a postdoctoral year at Sun Microsystems, Palo Alto. He has since worked on development projects in Geneva for an international organization and a bank. He taught undergraduate courses on communication protocols and multimedia at Geneva University.

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