Synesis Software as a service provider
Synesis Software provides consulting services, custom product development, and training to some of the world's leading organisations. The company's specialist consultants are experts in their fields, providing targeted, cost-effective solutions that are appropriate not just for today's business requirements, but that well-crafted to adapt to the evolving needs of your business.
Synesis Software's success lies with its clients, all of whom depend on high quality, up-to-date software development expertise and support at many levels, including programming, software development management, architecture & design, technical interviewing, and training. Synesis provides services aimed at helping organisations to deliver software that is robust, reliable and future-proof.
In case after case, Synesis Software provides software solutions that do what is intended, and do not break.
Synesis Software as a provider of development resources
Synesis Software is involved in the research and development of software development technologies and resources, several of which are in use in major commercial deployments in North America, Europe and throughout Australia.
- FastFormat, a high-performance C++ formatting library, and
- Pantheios, a high-performance C/C++ diagnostic logging library.
Both of these libraries are the most robust, most flexible, and best performing libraries of their kind ever created.
Synesis Software apply the expertise used to create these best-of-breed libraries when helping you design your software systems, ensuring you have the best possible competitive advantages in application stability, performance and maintainability.
Synesis Software as a research and development leader
In addition to the provision of various free software components and open-source libraries, Synesis Software contributes articles and information to various industry journals - Byte, CVu; C/C++ Users Journal; Dr Dobb's Journal; Overload; The C++ Source - as well as providing technical editing to a number of software-related book publishers. And Matthew Wilson has published two books for Addison-Wesley: Imperfect C++ (2004) and Extended STL, volume 1 (2007). He is currently working on a suite of books illustrating how to maximise software quality across languages (incorporating C, C++, C#, Java, Python and Ruby).