This is how compact and solid team looks
First of all we want to thank you! Thank you for taking interest not only in our products but in us, who created it. We are really pleased with that fact.
We like to create and use software that helps.
We like to receive feedback from our customers to get know what we need to do to make our software better.
We like to receive thanks from our customers, really. And who don't?
We are proud of being compact solid team for almost 10 years now.
This figure is still looking impressive to us. Started in 1998 in Lynden, Washington, USA with just several people, now Softomate has grown to an international company with offices in USA and Russia, employing more than 30 on our team.
Hall of Fame. Letters of Gratitude
We are proud of our customers.
We work with thousands of companies, including those from Fortune 500. We like to work with big companies like AOL, Skype, IBM, Web.de, T-online.
This allows us to grow faster and deliver only the best available solutions.
Discussing problems of our clients
We like to work with small and medium companies like because we are one. It's easier to establish good friendly relationship. It's easier to become close because we understand each other.
We proud of our products.
We are really proud of them, they're like our kids. We care and grow them.
Some of them are the best on the market, and we are proud of this fact too.
ToolbarStudio lets you create your own fully customizable toolbars for Internet Explorer and Firefox. This software made us the leader of toolbar software market.
DeskbarBuilder allows building branded deskbar applications similar to those which Google has. The best available deskbar software on the market.
DeskAlerts is ancestor to our AlertGear. This is the notification solution for enterprises that wants to keep it within their local network.
GadgetBuilder allows you to build your own branded gadgets for Windows Vista with a few clicks.
Thanks and hope to see you among our customers. We are always open to discussions and suggestions and ... haven't we mentioned that we like receiving e-mails?