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We develop software that integrates seamlessly with existing systems
We optimise the production chain, whether physical or digital, by highlighting losses in human potential and process accuracy.
We reduce the risk of error by ensuring the consistency of data and its transformations.
AI & Machine Learning
Computer vision is an interdisciplinary research field aimed at understanding how computers replicate the processes and functions of human visual devices. Therefore, it is not only necessary to obtain static or moving images (even beyond the natural light spectrum), identify them and extract useful information for decision-making: digital image processing is really only one part of computer vision.
Big Data is a term that describes the vast amount of structured and unstructured data that floods the company every day. But what matters is not the amount of data, what really matters is how the company manages that data. Big Data, above all, is supposed to analyse valuable information, leading to better business decisions and strategic business actions.
Deep Learning is a sub-category of Machine Learning, which is a branch of artificial intelligence that refers to algorithms inspired by the structure and function of the brain, called artificial neural networks.
API, Integrations & Micro Services
An effective systems integration project enables a technology investment in applications and platforms to expand a business into the digital age. The integration of information systems is a prerequisite for achieving adequate flexibility in IT and for exploring new business models with the aim of reducing delivery times.
API (Application Programming Interface) is a set of definitions and protocols that application software uses to enable your product or service to communicate with other products or services without knowing how they are implemented, simplifying application development and saving time and money. When creating new tools and products or managing existing ones, APIs offer flexibility, simplify design, management and use, and provide opportunities for innovation.
Microservices and Serverless Environments
Microservices are a method of developing and organising software architecture, according to which the latter consists of small, independent services that communicate with each other via APIs. These services are controlled by small autonomous teams. This makes it possible to scale and develop applications more quickly and easily, thereby promoting innovation and accelerating Time to Market. These services are clearly created for company functions and each service only performs one function. Because each service runs independently, it can be upgraded, deployed and scaled.
Those who wish to provide stronger protection for sensitive data are eager to resort to additional protection against internal and external threats: database encryption. Regardless of company size, customers may process sensitive data, which in many cases may be subject to regulation. This data may include credit cards, social security numbers, confidential information or medical records. At Goodcode, we assess what type of data encryption might be a useful or necessary security strategy for a customer's unique situation. Even if encryption is not mandatory, no company would want a damaging and costly data leak!
Business Process Transformation
The Internet of Things, or IoT, is a system of interconnected computing devices, be they mechanical and digital machines or objects, animals and people, provided they have an Internet Protocol (IP) and are capable of transferring data over the network. Among the countless examples of Internet of Things are cars that are manufactured with on-board connectivity provided, or home automation all the way up to microchips or heart monitoring systems (if we think of people).
An IOT ecosystem consists of several network-enabled smart devices that use systems such as processors, sensors and communication hardware to collect, send and process data that they are able to acquire in their source environments.
Business Continuity is the process of identifying potential threats to a company and initiating the necessary strategies and operations to ensure the resilience of the structure following the occurrence of critical situations.
It involves continuing to work and carry out business activities even under special
conditions, such as internal or external problems, disasters or accidents. All this is
possible thanks to the identification of what is known as the Business Continuity
Plan, a veritable manual of threats and solutions for risk prevention and the
definition of actions to be implemented in the event of unusual events.
Cybersecurity means complying with all security regulations, implementing a
security strategy and ensuring the safety of employees and customers, but also
protecting industrial plants and systems (IT/OT Security), defending and protecting
sensitive and personal data, as well as corporate reputation.
Securing employees and customers from the risks of a cyberattack is nowadays a
responsibility. Physical security, management of sensitive information, and
business continuity are just some of the risks that our Cybersecurity Methodology
can help to contain.
We help companies secure their values over time, opening doors that are ready to welcome guests but tightly closing them to keep out those who are not welcome.
Cloud Management is the way administrators manage and orchestrate all the
products and services that operate in a Cloud: access, data, users, applications
Cloud Management makes it possible for administrators to access the resources
they need, to automate the processes they want and to make any necessary
changes, while monitoring utilisation and costs. In addition, Cloud Management
maintains flexibility and scalability, being able to adapt quickly when things change.