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Infoistic started its journey in 2010 with an ambition to build a software team which will provide software services using cutting edge technologies ensuring quality and reliability. We were already working to define our standards and be proficient in the industry best practices. The plan was to do something so that we can overcome the challenges we experienced in the previous companies we served.

Infoistic started with two projects in hand. The both project initiated from repeat customers who previously worked with us in projects imitated from freelancer sites. Those two was very successful projects and we were hired for several other projects from the same. The projects were enterprise applications in different domains and platforms including web, desktop and the combinations.

Infoistic was also providing mobile and tablet solution. In late 2011, we decided to add BlackBerry platform in our service list. RIM was also trying to fight back with its BlackBerry 10 OS, and we wanted to take the lead as there were very selected companies who were building BlackBerry solutions. We developed few BlackBerry solutions which was proprietary to us. Unfortunately, BlackBerry failed to fight back, and we needed to abandon the projects.

In the later years, we worked on more projects for other customers as well as for the two from very beginning. We did not look for new projects in the freelancer sites as we already had enough work to do. We also started our own proprietary ERP and CRM software branded as InfoisticERP. This is still under development and a release is planned by the end of 2017. Currently, we have formed a new team for development dedicated for projects in freelancer sites. We will be looking for new projects having fair budget and long term relationship with the companies.

In 2017, we have also started IT training wing with an objective to train in a way which will make the participants versed and capable to develop software in commercial environment, rather making just a coder. We also found a knowledge gap in the freshers joining industries from the recruitment experience of a decade. We decided to develop an industry readiness program to train various industries aspects, standards, design patterns, processes etc. We are jointly working with the Universities to start seminars on Industry Readiness Program.