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Executive presentation of Maker All, complete enterprise web applications development enviroment from Softwell Solutions - a Brazilian software company expanding its operations to global markets.

Executive presentation of Maker All, complete enterprise web applications development enviroment from Softwell Solutions - a Brazilian software company expanding its operations to global markets.

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  • - Nós que somos programadores sabemos o quanto é prazeroso mas muito trabalhoso aprender uma tecnologia nova. Quantas noites de sono perdemos, para aprender uma nova linguagem? Todas as linguagens são iguais, Implementam os mesmos conceitos(condicionais, laços, desvios) que muda é a sintaxe. A área de TI é fascinante, surgem muitas novidades em um curto espaço de tempo, mas nem sempre isso traz bons resultados
  • Sejam bem vindos ao mundo MakerUma IDE para desenvolvimento de aplicações WEB, com independência tecnológica(as aplicações criadas funcionam em Java e .NET), com independência de banco de dados(as aplicações criadas funcionam com os bancos homologados(postgres, mssqlserver, oracle, db2, firebird, mySql , etc)) com um ambiente de desenvolvimento 100% visual e implementado todos os conceitos de IDE como componentização, reutilização de código, modularização, extensão da APIdentre outros.Ou seja, o Maker não é um gerador de códigos, nem uma ferramenta case nem um framework.Mas como se faz para implementar independenciatecnologica?
  • Nosso treinamento de capacitação, e posterior certificação é feito em 40 hPois pelo fato da ferramenta ser extremamente intuitiva não é necessário aprender mais uma linguagem de programação.
  • O Maker consegue reduzir o hiato que existe entre especialista de domínio e especialista de software(desenvolvedor).Ou seja com esta estrutura visual é muito mais fácil especificar e entender uma regra de negocio.Mas como o Maker terá aderência em seu projeto de Software?
  • Em abril de 2008 sofremos uma avaliação da mídia especializada em TI, a info exame fez uma reportagem completa sobre o Maker mostrando todas as características da ferramenta e todos os pontos positivos do produto.
  • - Neste mesmo ano várias ferramentas foram avaliadas como podemos observar, nosso produto brasileiro teve a melhor avaliação dentre todos os produtos avaliados, isso reflete de forma incontestável a qualidade do Maker.
  • Possuimosumarede de Canais no brasil, e escritórios no Canadá, Portugal, Espanha e Angola.
  • Possuimosumarede de Canais no brasil, e escritórios no Canadá, Portugal, Espanha e Angola.
  • Possuimosumarede de Canais no brasil, e escritórios no Canadá, Portugal, Espanha e Angola.
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    • 1. Diogo Falcão
      diogo.falcao@softwell.com.br
      simplifyingtechnology
    • 2. INDEX
      MakerAll®
      Concept
      Rewards
      Cases
      Practice
      Company
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    • 4. COMPUTER LANGUAGES
    • 5. PROBLEM = OPORTUNITY
      Software ProjectsResults
      Rework
      Over Budget
      Aborted
      Delayed
      Data
      90 %
      DELAYED
      66 %
      ABORTED
      40 %
      REWORK
      54 %
      OVER BUDGET
    • 6. HARDWARE EVOLUTION
      NumberofTransistors
      Year
      Doublingevery 18 months
      Moore´s Law
      Intel processors
    • 7. SOFTWARE EVOLUTION
      MAKER ALL®
      2000
      P R O G R A M M E R
      Computer Languages
      Fortran, Cobol, Java and
      .NET - framework
      1954
      P R O G R A M M E R
      1950
      Machine Code
      P R O G R A M M E R
      ENIAC – Binary System and introduction of BIT (Binary Digit) concept – Plugging and unplugging cables.
      40´s
      P R O G R A M M E R
    • 8. PARADIGM SHIFT
      P R O G R A M M E R
      P R O G R A M M E R
      Fim
      Início
      I
      I
      SIM
      NÃO
      Abre uma consulta no banco
      Dados e armazena o valor
      Retornado em uma variável do
      Tipo TABELA
      Existem registros na
      Minha variável?
      Mensagem de Alerta
      Finaliza a Sessão
      Processamento3
      Próximo registro
      Processamento 3
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    • 9. ENTERPRISE APPLICATIONS DEVELOPMENT PLATFORM
      100% VISUAL
      Java and .Net
      P R O G R A M M E R
    • 10. LEARNING CURVE
      MAKER ALL® – Complete training in 40 hours
    • 11. Themissing link ofunderstandment
      D O M A I N E S P E C I A L I S T
      Requiriments
      Development
      P R O G R A M M E R
    • 12. SERVICES
      Motivation:
      Beanentry-point to Clients
      Sharetheriskofparadigmshiftting
      Deliver web solutionsdesignedbyMakerAll®
      Qualityandproductivityassurance
    • 13. HOW DOES THE MARKET OPERATES?
      Software Factories (Accenture, Logica, etc.):
      Ondemand applications development;
      ElevatedFunctionPointcost (over US$ 200,00);
      100% especificandadapted software;
      Longprojectexecutionperiods.
      Software Houses (SAP, Oracle, etc.):
      Marketing ofexistingSoftware products;
      Immediateimplementation;
      Solution partiallyadherent to bussiness;
      Companyhas to adapt to software;
      Elevatedcosts for customizations.
    • 14. SOFTWELL SOLUTIONS POSITIONING
      Bridgebetweenthebestof 2 worlds:
      Ondemand applications develpment;
      100% especificandbussinessadapted software;
      AlmostImmediateimplementation;
      LowFunctionPointcost;
      TheAgilityof a Software Housewithflexibilityandcustomizationcapabilityof a Software Factory.
    • 15. HOW IS IT POSSIBLE?
      UsingMakerAll® as thedevelopmenttool
      Usinganagileandproductadaptedmethodology (Maker Express)
      Welltrainedteam
      3 Pillars: Processes, People, Products...
    • 16. CASE: NATIONAL PARLIAMENT CHAMBER
      Final officialclientreport: testedproductivityof23,80 PointsofFunction per hour!
    • 17. SOME CORPORATE CLIENTS
    • 18. MORE THAN 600 CLIENTS
    • 19. INOVATION BECAME NEWS
      Extensivenational media coverageofcompanystart-upandproduct release
    • 20. ESPECIALIZED MEDIA EVALUATION
      Info: thebiggestBrazilianespecialized IT magazine
      MAKER All® TechnicalEvaluation
      April, 2008
    • 21. THE BEST ENTERPRISE WEB APPLICATIONS DEVELOPMENT TOOL !
      2008: comparisonwiththebiggest players in theindustry
      7,6
      7,8
      8,2
      8,3
    • 22. NATIONAL REWARDS
      “The best 2008 software in all categories”
      Brazilian National Association of IT Companies
      “The best Web applications development tool”
      Info Magazine
    • 23. THE COMPANY
      Softwell Solutions was born from an idea to simplify processes and enhance the business strategies. After more than 8 years of research, involving dozens of multidisciplinary teams, we were able to create a strong brand, with solid and innovative projects. With only 3 years of birth and more than 600 clients the company is growing at extremely fast pace and starting to reach international markets. With consolidated operations in Brazil and Europe and starting operations in Africa and Canada we want to be recognized worldwide as a young and creative company within the global software industry.
    • 24. COMPANY HISTORY
      The Freire Group
      SoftwellSolutions is a start-upfromthe Freire Group - importantBrazilianprivategroupofeightcompaniesthathasinvestmentsonthesegmentsof: HighTechnology, Energy, Digital Media andComunications.
      Freire Informática Inc.
      TheoriginofMakerAll® andSoftwellSolutions is Freire Informática Inc. – thethirdlargestBrazilian Software HouseespecializedonGovernmentSolutions. With 25 yearsofmarketexperiencetheirsolutions are present in eight states and 20% ofallbrazilianmunicipalities.
      BirthofMakerAll®
      MakerAll® wasborninside Freire Informática Inc. aftereightyearsofresearchoninovativeandagilepractices in software development. It is nowthe standard platform for all Freire projectsandhundredsof its clientsandpartners.
    • 25. WORLDWIDE OPERATIONS
      Partner
      Canada
      Unit
      Madrid/ES
      Unit
      Lisboa/PT
      Headquarters
      Salvador/BA
      38 Partners in Brazil
      Partner
      Angola
      Unit
      São Paulo/SP
    • 26. CONTACTS
      SoftwellSolutionsLatinAmerica
      Magalhães Neto Avenue, 1856, 14th floor, Salvador/BA - Brazil
      +55 71 2108 3800
      Barão do Triunfo Street, 73, 12th floor, São Paulo/SP - Brazil
      +55 11 5093-7843
      SoftwellSolutionsEurope
      Empresarial Torres de Lisboa, ZipCode 1600-209, Lisboa/PT
      +351 217 230 647
      Calle Orence, 85, Ed. Lexington, Zip Code 28020, Madrid/ES
      +34 915 678 494
    • 27. PRODUCT ROADMAP
      Venture Capital 2009 - US$ 3.900.000,00
      Realized
      2000 2003 2007 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2016
    • 28. Thankyouverymuch!
      Come visit us atwww.softwell.com.br
      Diogo Falcão
      diogo.falcao@softwell.com.br

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