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Cross-sector operation: the specialists for rule-based software.

Profile of software company Enomic

Managing Director Dominik May, Francesco Zappia
Locations Based in Karlsruhe with development partners in Berlin and St. Gallen
Employees 25
Founded 1998
Subsidiary Ixtacy GmbH
Unique position
  • High degree of coverage for sales, calculations and production
  • Extremely short implementation time (usually between 3 and 6 months)
  • Value-driven development at runtime: roll out soon, short trial stages, parallel expansion
  • Efficient system maintenance
  • Authoring tool: System can be maintained and enhanced by users
  • Individual user interface build and functionalized in self service
  • Rapid computing of mass data (big data) 
Function focus
  • Offer creation
  • Calculation
  • Product configuration
Software products
  • Enomic Offer – Quotation software with configurator
  • Enomic Calculation – Software for complex calculation tasks
  • Enomic Configurator – Product configurator for sales and production
  • Enomic Webconfigurator – Product configurator for Internet and online shops
Sectors
  • Industry
  • Energy, supply, telecommunications
  • Finance
  • Service, retail, construction
Milestones

2016 Framework Web Client

2014 Team collaboration in large configurations and wide data structures


2012 In-memory database accelerates computing of mass data


2010 Configurator engine also generates generic applications


2009 Domain Driven Design as an internal standard


2003 Rule engine on a listener basis


2002 Initial release of the framework as the basis for application development


1999 i18n-compatible: internationalised languages, currencies, time zones


1998 Internet-technology and object orientation

Technological advances
  • Universal configurator engine (also for applications)
  • Completly object-orientated (including customer solution)
  • High flexibility, adaptable at any point of the application
  • Enomic algorithm with listener principle (reduced complexity in the body of rules)
  • Multitenancy of the user interface and of the content
  • usage via PC, Laptop, Tablet etc.
    – online in LAN, WAN, Internet
    – offline (inkl. data replication)
    – with native client or webbrowser