geek: (noun) A person who has extreme enthusiasm for a subject or activity. Someone who enjoys deepening their knowledge for that subject or activity. i.e.: a web-development geek, a software development geek, a design geek, a cloud computing geek.
Geeks of a feather work together…
We specialize in software development. We design, develop, deploy software, and implement infrastructure for our Customers. We are UI & UX experts who understand your organization and how your systems work together. We design with UX in mind first to increase efficiency. BlueKatana has RPA expertise to help you reduce costs, even on legacy systems. We are developers that care for the solution’s performance to save you on resources used after implementation. BlueKatana has architects with broad expertise in cloud and on-prem implementations.
Founder - CEO
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We are from very diverse backgrounds, but we share one common trait: we are all geeks at heart. Each of us is passionate for specific areas of technology, design, usability, user experience in general, project management, methodology, and many other specializations. We’ve spent countless hours mastering them. Both through formal education and real-world experience. As much as we love building solutions, we love even more using our many talents for resolving your challenges. Our mantra is learn to advance. This makes us eager to work as a team with the common goal of understanding and thus completing the projects you may have for us.
Regardless of the challenge, we rise to the occasion. We know when to ask for help. We enjoy of a wide network of subject matter experts in a varied number of areas that bring into our projects ad-hoc. We know when we put our heads together we can complete any task. We are geeks with our feet grounded in the real world.
The world is becoming more technical at an increasingly faster pace. The amount of information that reaches us is significantly more than it ever was in the past. This makes us prone to information overload if our systems are not carefully built.
We thrive in highly technical environments and we know how to translate that information into easy to use systems that anyone can use and take advantage of. We carefully cater the systems we build for their intended audience.