HQSoftware pushing conventional software boundaries using 3D approach; Design, Develop and Deliver

As the IoT wave is taking over various sectors all around the world, commercial organisations are curious to realize its strengths to own a competitive edge in the top captioned digital marketplace. HQSoftware is one such company that has been helping tech companies and enterprise adopters create worthy products and solutions. Over the years, HQSoftware has built a tremendous understanding of what works and what doesn’t. Analytics Insight spoke to Sergei Vardomatski, CEO of HQSoftware to get detailed knowledge regarding HQSoftware and its manifesto of strategies to cope with rivals.

 

Analytics Insight: Kindly brief us about the company, its specialization and the services that your company offers.

Sergei Vardomatski: HQSoftware was founded in 2001. There was a team of people who were passionate about running projects that were ahead of its time. Today HQ pays the most attention to IoT, AR and VR solutions, and such domains as insurance, automotive, and other. They utilized the experience to provide software development and R&D services to the top 10 companies from the Fortune 500.

 

Analytics Insight: Mention some of the awards, achievements, recognitions that you feel are notable and valuable for the company.

Sergei Vardomatski: The awards, achievements and recognition of the company are as follows.

•  HQSoftware was mentioned in the lists made by eminent rating agencies as Clutch, GoodFirms, CIOReview, Inc. 5000, and other as a top software development vendor, an IoT expert, and more.

•  Among HQ team members there are certified Scrum Masters, ISTQB certified testers, Zend certified PHP professionals, Microsoft certified IT professionals, and more.

•  HQSoftware has such eminent customers as Canon, Skoda, Sega, BBC, and other.


Analytics Insight: What is HQsoftware’s contribution to the IoT industry of the nation? Also throw some light on the benefits it provides for its clients?

Sergei Vardomatski: HQSoftware is a leading IoT services provider in Belarus, and a globally recognized IoT developer. The company creates solutions and builds software R&D centres that help businesses evolve, and has an endeavour to contribute to the industry innovation.

The company is benefiting the clients by not just “coding” the software, but understanding the purpose of the project, the business needs and requirements. Its Business Analysts always dig deeper into examining the business case that the client has. The process proposes building a longer professional relationship but time and efforts always pay off.

One of the company’s successful projects was to build a system for automobile testing and measurement solutions provider. The system manages a network of connected sensors that obtain, share and process data from vehicles under different simulated driving conditions. The client integrated this solution thus cutting testing costs and complying with the RDE legislation.

Another rewarding project was an advanced smart home system that can be used on smart plants, homes, yachts, and other. It allows for monitoring and managing a remote network of connected devices.

 

Analytics Insight: The industry is witnessing a rising importance of IoT, AR and VR Technologies. With rising importance undoubtedly, the competition is also at its peak. Kindly decode biggest USP that differentiates the company from competitors?

Sergei Vardomatski: In addition to delivering business value, there is one more vital difference. HQSoftware is pushing the boundaries of conventional software consultancy rules and does not “sell developers” to accomplish client’s task. The company builds R&D centres to generate business value by applying the HQ team’s expertise.

 

Analytics Insight: What according to you is the IoT’s impact on today’s innovation and its pitched transformations and growth?

Sergei Vardomatski: Connected devices are often sensors or monitoring appliances that track the performance of the equipment and its state. They are mostly applied at manufacturing facilities to contribute to the process of production. But the abilities of Internet of Things are not limited to production purposes. IoT is used to push innovation in such domains as smart places, environment monitoring, healthcare, agriculture, and more. IoT also greatly drives the development of automatization systems and smart robotics.

 

Key IoT Transformations and Growth

•  First of all, IoT is definitely growing in the number of devices. Since 2015, the number of connected devices has changed from millions to billions, and this trend is about to continue and generate problems related to the data growing exponentially.

•  This leads to a second transformation, which is increased attention to the security of device networks. IoT devices are eligible to DDoS attacks, which may cause the code to become open for altering. In the third quarter of 2017, organizations that used IoT devices experienced up to 8 DDoS attack attempts per day, which is definitely an occasion for reflection.

•  And the third one, businesses want to be equipped with IoT and have a competitive edge over other market units. Thus, Internet of Things evolves to provide its services to any type of business, be it industrial sensor monitoring or crop-destroying disease detection.

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