Our core services
Zartis can help your company deliver improvement across cyber security, software architecture, CI/CD, business intelligence, QA automation and integrating new technologies.
We help you build your software faster by creating a team that fits your needs from one of our engineering hubs in Ireland, Spain or Poland.
Zartis provides bespoke solutions across direct hiring, from strategy design to recruitment process outsourcing.
We build software products and create bespoke software teams.
The team are involved in the development of a Global Aircraft Trading Platform where PKI and Identity Management play key roles. The team are also involved in the development of a Retail FX & Online Platform for the delivery of foreign exchange services.
Core technologies include Angular 7 + Electron client apps, and a central API using high performance technologies such as Scala, Golang and Spark over cloud native infrastructure mostly relying on containerisation and Kubernetes.
Migration of the business’ core product, from legacy technologies to a state-of-the art stack, which includes introducing a single-page application with WebComponents, Angular 8 and Typescript. Helping identify the main weaknesses in the current architecture. Working closely with Product to curate the application’s UX.
Our team is working closely with eShopWorld’s engineering department to develop a new customer portal. We are providing highly experienced engineers who are working with a mix of C#, Angular 8, Azure among others. We are also supporting their BI team with additional resources as they migrate to a new platform.
During the past weeks we have started to engage with CEOs of high growth technology companies across Europe and the US for a book we are writing on how to scale a tech firm. One of our first interviews was with Simon Bransfield-Garth, CEO of renewable energy firm Azuri Technologies, and one of the most striking ideas that emerged in our discussion was the idea of trying to do some good for the world through business. We live in cynical times, and it’s easy to sneer at those who want their work to be meaningful. The TV show, Silicon Valley, […]
If you’re a developer and you like to stay on top of things, chances are you’ve heard the term “Observables” by now. If you haven’t, you’re welcome, this is for you. And if you’re already familiar, well, this article might give them a new spin. First off, I want to make clear that this take on Observables is one based on my own struggles and experiences. Rather than giving you the academic blabber about what the RxJS docs and API specs state word-by-word, I’d rather tell them as I would have liked someone to tell me. This is my added […]