We are an excellence-missioned software solutions provider, empowering our clients to become and remain leaders in their industry.
With so many options to choose in technology and apprehension around software implementations coupled with gloomy statistics on the success of them, it can appear a very dark place. Of course, with Lighthouse Patterns, it doesn’t have to be this way.
As a fully-capable custom-solution provider, we are here to help navigate these waters, ready to tackle any charted or uncharted areas you might have. Due to the dynamic of the teams, level of expertise retained, and mastery of the development disciplines, Lighthouse Patterns is reliably able to meet and exceed expectations on time and under budget. This is also due in large part to the seasoned, in-house Keystone platform we developed, super-charging our teams.
Over the course of 17+ years, combined with a staff experience average of 15+ years, the teams at Lighthouse Patterns have seen and worked in nearly every field and industry.
While not an everyday endeavor, other than evolving our Keystone Platform, we do love building frameworks, platforms and generators.
This stems from a maxim we have adopted, that it is exponentially better to build something once, spending all your efforts to get it right, than repeating the same basic designs but with diminishing reuse and diligence.
We love tackling complex challenges. This keeps the mind sharp, testing our mettle, while creating many proficiencies.
Large-scale enterprise systems are a perfect collision of all the areas we shine in, allowing us to demonstrate some of the most indisputable value to our customer as we propel them to be the leading edge of their own industry.
Custom software does not have to mean an aircraft-carrier of an enterprise system. Of course, we love those too, but it can start with any basic need to have one system talk to another.
This can take the form of backend automation, business-to-business integrations via APIs or other exchanges, wrapping a legacy or off-the-shelf product to adapt it, or some office tool.
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