Our firm was founded by a group of passionate and enthusiastic professionals who believe that their various different skills in the IT and three-dimensional plant design sectors can contribute to the creation of software solutions which stand out because of their quality, skill and innovation. Our firm is endowed with the same characteristics as a web company, allowing for an extremely ductile organization with flexible working hours which can be adapted to the project’s needs. This cuts time and costs, the benefits of which are reflected in the final services and systems provided. Our body of staff is made up of essential professionals with more than twenty years of experience in the commercial/marketing sector, as well as experienced plant design and stress analysis engineers. Our software department has been enriched by the partnership Hexagon PPM for the distribution of CADWorx® Analysis Solutions and BricsCAD®, AT4 Smart Service for the maintenance software solutions and asset management engineering, ACM-e engineering services and technological solutions, MMH Ltd port and logistic services, WeScan laser scanning, topographic and BIM modeling activities, Singeca software for the productivity of your engineering dept., AX-3000 software solution for BricsCAD, Microgeo provides solutions and competence in the fields of survey and measurements.
Our firm’s residence in Chiasso (Switzerland), Via Stefano Franscini, 4. As the southernmost of Switzerland's municipalities, Chiasso is located at the border with Italy, in front of Ponte Chiasso (a Frazione of Como, Italy). Historically, Chiasso and Boffalora were two distinct agricultural villages. Because of the presence of the nearby Italian border and customs office, and later as part of an access route to the St. Gotthard's tunnel, the two villages merged and grew. Chiasso's history and development were strongly influenced by its unique location. During its early history, a castle was built in Chiasso as part of the extended fortifications of the city of Como. Chiasso had become an independent community sometime before 1552. In the contemporary documents, it is mentioned as Clasio tabernarum (Chiasso of taverns) referring to its function as a transit point.