• Growth, opening up to new sectors and new technologies: IambOO’s 2018

    2018’s final part has just started, and Iamboo began to take stock of what happened during this last year. It turns out it was a pretty hectic year, during which the company continued to grow - whether in terms of revenue or in terms of Human Resources, there are no differences, since it happens to be growing in both- and it started to open to new business sectors and technologies.
    Let’s start from the beginning.
    During the last 12 months, IambOO welcomed five new professional figures: four software developers (Andrea Oliveti, Enrico Mautone, Chris Calviello and Fabrizio Papini) and a technical supervisor whose main role is to guide the developers team and to coordinate its work (Elia Cogodi). Since we can consider ourselves as a medium enterprise, we think it is a huge improvement and a clear sign of all possible future possibilities.
    2018 is the year in which we started to try new technologies and new programming languages; more particularly, we are talking about .Net (Microsoft’s developed platform) - thanks to the new software developers in our team, 5 of them are .Net developers (or have a big knowledge on it), and GO, the open source language Google introduced, that was created to develop simple, quick and relatable apps. We strongly believe that Go language will spread in the near future, as it guarantees faster software development times and an extreme easiness while deploying.
    The “adoption” of new programming languages (such as .Net) led to a whole new world of projects, especially in the luxury field. The starting point was the collaboration with Kyklos, a company located in Florence, specialised in software development and solutions for the luxury world; this collaboration led to becoming Kering’s supplier, a global group that owns luxury brands such as Gucci, Saint Laurent, Bottega Veneta, Balenciaga, Brioni, Dodo, Girard-Perregaux. Software development and activities linked to the cyber security world are our main activities for Kering.
    As every good computer specialist, we can’t avoid talking about numbers. In terms of revenue, we can affirm that there was a positive evolution of the financial situation, since we made some new strategic choices. More concretely, in 2016 - 2017 IambOO’s revenue increased of 32%, while this year’s predicted revenue increase is around +10%. This facts makes us proud and encourage us to pursue the path we first took 10 years ago.
    Another aspect we observe as crucial is that this growth we had in the last period of time isn’t affecting our company’s climate in a negative way. IambOO is still a reality that combines both the advantages of product companies and of companies that work for commissions, both in terms of rhythm and organisation. Our goal is to keep a work environment as serene and helpful as possibile, without too much competitiveness, in which everyone’s knowledge can be expressed at their best.
    To be clearer, we are confident that our work environment will keep being that way: a lesser stress level compared to our competitors and a lot of different projects that will help us continue being up-to-date regarding new technologies.

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