Strypes offers end-to-end Smart Applications services, which include development, management, and modernisation. In our new white paper, we help you understand the work process from requirement gathering, development, testing, release to production, and bug fixing.
Topics: Business impact
When Angel came to Strypes, he already had solid experience as System Administrator and in the field of IT technical maintenance. A former colleague mentioned that Strypes was looking for a System Administrator. Driven by the need to progress in his career, Angel saw that he didn’t have much room for growth in his previous job at a company that was in the food production industry.
We are excited to introduce our Remote Diagnostics & Predictive Maintenance Applications service that helps high-tech machine manufacturers operate and maintain their systems remotely. Together with our clients, we create solutions that optimise the work of engineers––reducing unnecessary travel and making sure the data is gathered and analysed without delays. This way, they can perform health monitoring and failure prediction for hundreds of hardware operating 24/7 around the world.
For some organisations, Business Continuity Planning (BCP) might seem like formal documentation and too much documentation and administrative work. But this also includes investing in hardware that can ensure business continuity and configuring it in a professional manner. When organisations don’t ensure business continuity in the very beginning, it is difficult to do that in critical times like the current COVID-19 situation. The pandemic forced millions of workers who have the possibility to do their job remotely to work from home.
Vladimira Georgieva is a Technical Project Manager at Strypes and has been with us for the past two and a half years. Vladi is a very social person and one of her personal values is to have good communication with her colleagues. Her career started as a developer, working between Sofia and Lisbon. At some point, she decided she wanted to come back to Sofia and become a project manager.
Strypes Business Continuity Planning (BCP) helps us protect our customers‘ business in the most complex and unforeseen circumstances. We have created processes to ensure business continuity, prevention, and system recovery from potential threats such as natural disasters or cyber attacks. Strypes BCP is designed to protect personnel and assets, and to make sure they continue functioning.
More than six years ago, Angel Pashev came to Strypes after the company was recommended to him. Starting as a Software Engineer, he is now a Technical Team Lead and likes having the freedom to work on different projects that change and evolve. For his role, it’s important to be a good engineer. When he’s working on a complex project, he knows how to dismantle it and put all the different tasks together.
Tatyana Lesidrenska is a Technical Project Manager at Strypes. She is an organised free spirited woman with a very diverse work background. Before Strypes, Tatyana studied to become a teacher, worked in an advertising company, in TV, and then in IT. In most of career in IT she has been focusing on planning and delivering projects. Tatyana shares that she is a firm believer in Strypes’ company values and people, and this is what made her choose us.
The role of DevOps is to bridge the gap between the development and the operations teams. In the past, the structure of software development companies was split into these two departments, and that created some issues in the long run. When the development team wanted to deliver features, they wanted to deliver as many and as fast as possible. The operations team, however, resisted changes that might break something that was already working.
Ivan Uzunov is the Outsource Manager for Strypes/ICT, who is directly responsible for the relationship with our partner, ASML. He joined Strypes back in 2011 when one of our colleagues called to tell him that we’re hiring developers. He got the job and in time after proving his skills, he became a Scrum Master of multiple migration projects. Ivan worked in three different groups within Strypes. Naturally, the next step for him was to become a Project Lead.