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Leading sectors of the American economy include financial, healthcare, trade, science, and education. Recently, substantial investments have been made and industry leaders are becoming pioneers, pioneering success that changes the global market. High competition in the market forces companies to find new ways to beat competitors to maintain or gain leading positions.

At Computools we have extensive knowledge and experience in working with and understanding the American market, and what digital industries need to be successful. This strategic partnership can accelerate your business growth and strengthen your position as a leading company in your niche.


EquipShare Case study

Computools worked on a web platform for a large manufacturer to simplify their logistic processes. The platform allows easily finding, rent, and managing forklifts and other renting equipment. As a result, we`ve delivered a fully-fledged marketplace with diverse functionality that included multilanguage capabilities, user analytics, filters, reports, user accounts, forklift history and reports, and many more.

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Try It On Case study

Try it on is an app that allows users to try on clothes from any of their favorite online retailers, along with any of the returns conveniently picked up from their homes.

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Shedfat Case study

Shed Your Fat is an online platform, a newly formed marketplace made for selling healthcare products, food supplements, and other goods for the US market. Through well-coordinated teamwork, Computools was able to deliver a high-quality result. All goals were achieved, and each task was completed. Throughout the project, Computools’s expertise was applied to implement the necessary functions and options a marketplace should have. A clear understanding of the client's goals and needs led to a more than satisfactory fulfillment of the project.

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TransMeds Case study

TransMeds is a multi-platform mobile application that tracks and notifies a patent or caretaker about the next dose of medicine needed. The application is an extremely valuable asset to many in the healthcare industry, making the management of medicine and dosage much easier.

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Invest Latam Case study

Invest Latam investment web service connects small businesses and investors to make credit and investment agreements via auctions. It allows the client to select a company for investment, using the service and its reliability rating, to negotiate a rate, and to make investments.

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Keller Covered Case study

Keller Covered is a convenient and intuitive service for getting insurance quotes for real estate based on a detailed questionnaire. The user, usual a home owner will enter the necessary details about the house, apartment or land and receive a list of quotes which they can then look over and purchase.

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Larc Test Case study

Larc Test is a web platform that allows users to book services related to health check-ups for their horses. Based on that data they get recommendations for future training sessions and overall health status. The platform includes different users roles (administrators, vets, clients), and allows them to book a particular service, download required information, and pay for that directly on the platform.

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Moblet Case study

NextDoor Case study

A social commerce platform for connecting people and businesses together in a single zip code. It connects local service providers and potential customers together who reside in the same neighborhood, allowing them to find relevant deals from businesses and other users. It's intended for two types of users: regular users and businesses. Each user type has its own set of functions and options.

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GoneTrippin Case study

GoneTrippin is an app with strong analytical tools for assisting customers in planning road trips and vacations by providing current information on local lodging, popular destinations, and prices all topped off with safe transactions through a proprietary blockchain solution.

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SmartCity Case study

SmartCity is an application that helps tourists to enjoy their time in the city. The application provides useful information about the location and nearby objects, allows you to add photos and share your impressions, or make your own notes. It is also supplemented with an internal instant messenger that allows creating groups and sharing information in a new way.

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Yrgent Case study

Yrgent is a mobile app that connects medical specialists and people in need of help or advice. It allows users to get medical counseling from qualified specialists online. Those who benefit most from the app are users curious about certain symptoms or those in urgent situations where an ambulance or hospital is unrealistic.

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Leading sectors of the Canadian economy include automotive, aircraft and other manufactures, forest products, minerals, and petroleum. However, over the past decade, substantial investments have been made in the development of healthcare, retail and consumer services. The interest in these industries has led to a demand for innovations and solutions for the rapid growth and development of companies.

At Computools we have extensive knowledge and experience in working with and understanding the Canadian market, and what digital industries need to be successful. This strategic partnership can accelerate your business growth and strengthen your position as a leading company in your niche.

CASE STUDIES in Canada: Case study is an exclusive platform for premium publishers aimed to grow their direct-sold digital branded content revenue. It is applied for brand promotion through the most used platforms and gadgets.

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Bombardier Case study

Bombardier flight documentation management web and mobile applications were optimized and re-engineered. Supplementing the apps with new features led to increasing flight efficiency, improving safety, and saving money.

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Native Ads Case study

Native Ads provides advertisers with relevance to the content being viewed or read. It is a marketing platform focused on working with clients from all over the globe. The platform supplies publishers with powerful tools and responsive widgets; has implemented analytical tools for detailed reports and supports Javascript and major blogging CMS platforms.

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Computools is a part of the Canadian association:


Canada-Ukraine Chamber of Commerce

CUCC Canada-Ukraine Chamber of Commerce is a Canadian business association aimed at facilitating Ukrainian economic development and decreasing poverty. Since 1992 CUCC has been putting a lot of effort into education, researches, consultations, and strategies that Ukrainian companies and individuals need to run business in Canada. Its members have an outstanding opportunity to find business partners as well as get insightful information about product export, regulatory standards, and other trade-related matters.



Switzerland is a highly technological country that is at the forefront of research in artificial intelligence. Being a home for bitcoin, blockchain, robotics, and AI, Switzerland IT is closely connected with such sectors as insurance, finance, healthcare, logistics, and tech startups. Technological advancements and the complexity of software solutions bring the need for additional resources, high expertise, and an understanding of each industry.

Computools’s team is always up to date with the latest technologies and has been successfully delivering cutting-edge solutions for different clients around the world.

Tech companies in Switzerland can use Computool’s experience to optimize the development process, free up internal resources, and tackle a variety of challenges.

CASE STUDY in Switzerland:

Railway System Case study

This tool for railways is a system that collects, stores, and analyzes data. It helps automate the data from sensors placed in railway stations. As a result, clear information about trains and their location, speed, railway schedules, and the density of railway stations can be delivered in real time.

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One of the most stable economies, innovations in daily consumer life, and support of IT by the government are just a few reasons for the IT market growth.

The IT market is characterized by the adoption of such technologies as Big Data, AI, and Industry 4.0 initiatives by German SMEs.

By end user, IT solutions in Germany are highly adopted by banking, financial services and insurance sectors, manufacturing, and government.

Computools‘s engineers have been developing reliable software solutions for different industries. With years of experience in the market, we know what it takes to deliver world-class applications of any kind for both SMEs and big enterprises.

CASE STUDIES in Germany:

AUTO UNION Case study

The independent-driving system with an Artificial Intelligence component was created to detect pedestrians and warn drivers. The system is designed to enhance the safety and comfort of everyone on the road.

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EasyHR Case study

EasyHR is a flexible CRM system for shift planning, that aims to semi-automate HR routines. It’s an efficient and intuitive tool with an implemented notification and reporting system that fits various industries and businesses, making shift planning more streamlined.

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The IT industry of Norway is similar to the US and EU; global tech clusters focus on diverse products for such sectors as education, healthcare, finance, and environmental technology.

That takes Norway at the forefront of research and development in the EU region. However, Norway shows a talent shortage in the IT sector and is in dire for competent software engineers.

Computools has helped many companies around the world to resolve the shortage in core IT technologies. We are offering outsourcing and outstaffing services with first-class solutions and engineers.


Teacher’s Dashboard Case study

Medicare Assistance Case study

It is a two-way platform for hospital staff and patients that enables them to make an appointment with a doctor in a few simple clicks. The software also helps doctors control appointments and store patients’ personal information. It is equipped with a structured listing system for optimized data visualization, schedules based on day, week, or month for all doctors, as well as many other required features.

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BeEducated Case study

BeEducated is an online educational platform that allows users to access valuable knowledge and information at any time. The portal is designed for 3 types of users; authors, employees, and employers. To make sure the platform is beneficial for everyone, social tools were developed to improve and enhance the user experience for each type of user.

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Denmark is one of the most digitalized countries that prioritize state-of-the-art products and offers IT solutions for different sectors.

Speaking of opportunities for digitalization in Denmark, some studies show that the public, financial, manufacturing, and healthcare sectors are one of the largest consumers of IT services.

Today, Denmark focuses on developing products for e-government services, digitalization of hospitals, outsourcing, and cybersecurity solutions. Sometimes that requires outsourcing and outstaffing services to speed up the development process, cut costs, or simply find expertise in the particular technology or industry.

Computools’s expertise lies in developing world-class software solutions. With a strict focus on each industry, Computools can assist you with consulting and development services of any kind.

CASE STUDY in Denmark:

WorldTicket Case study

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The IT market of Sweden is focused on the development of software, hardware, and digital IT services for the entertainment, financial, retail, and manufacturing sectors. Sweden is the birthplace of many well-known global tech brands in various sectors that play a leading role in the world.

This creates an ever-growing need for tech expertise. Lack of skills, a need to manage large amounts of data, and security issues are one of the biggest challenges in the Swedish tech sector.

For the past 9 years, Computools has been helping major companies to build state-of-the-art products from scratch or within existing applications. Our experience of working with world tech hubs can accelerate your development initiatives and add expertise and skills to your current team.

CASE STUDY in Sweden:

Learnster Case study

Learnster is a comprehensive and flexible learning platform for employee training. It’s a robust service that helps keep employees engaged with customizable courses and relevant skills development. Build intuitive learning environments, get a customizable education portal, increase internal communication, and integrate the platform with your current CRM/ERM systems.

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Finland's IT sector has close international connections and is focused on the development of software solutions of varying complexity and nature. Finland tech companies take a proactive role in developing AI-based solutions, games, and cloud solutions.

However, the deteriorating shortage of skilled developers could hamper the development of the IT sector and the country’s economic growth suggesting that the sector would need more experienced engineers.

Computools offers a broad range of outsourcing solutions that would speed and scale-up innovations, enabling tech companies in Finland to maximize their potential, add new expertise and eliminate the need for experienced engineers.

CASE STUDY in Finland:

E-feller Case study

E-feller is an IoT-based solution that aims to solve the issue of global food waste. It helps track and manage expiring produce from the start of the funnel to the end: from producer to consumer. By taking specific data like the needs of food manufacturers, retailers, and consumers into account, E-feller is moving the world one step closer to better waste prevention and management.

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The Israeli tech sector has been growing for the last few decades. Today Israeli tech companies deliver solutions on different pioneering technologies like cybersecurity, cloud computing, blockchain, IoT, and business intelligence. This attracts key players around the world from such sectors as healthcare, energy, finance, and the military.

To succeed in the hi-tech sector, Israel still needs to address the shortage of tech engineers and lack of knowledge in trending technologies.


Dental Health Case study

Dental Health is a platform for orthodontists, which helps analyze, process, and prepare analytics reports related to a patient’s X-ray. It plays a big role in helping an orthodontist set reference points directly on the completed X-ray’s image, e.g., a brace. In addition, it provides practitioners with accurate and professional cephalometric analysis in seconds, creating an environment for more efficiency and productivity.

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HubMarine Case study

HubMarine project is designed for seaport employees and represents an advanced control panel. This project involves accumulating and processing information about ships, their voyages, and arrival and departure times. The process is organized individually for each ship, allowing generating a map of routes and residency.

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Trippere Case study

Trippere is a booking application in the travel industry where users can find a local guide in a city and plan a trip. Computools team was set to implement core features and optimize the code of the existing application. Some of them are message notifications, integration of Google reviews, image/video upload, pagination, Google maps integration.

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Despite its great potential, the Australian market is in a pre-crisis state. Financial experts attribute this to the slow adoption of technology in the area of management. Logistics and transportation represent the largest concern; however, they aren’t the only industries lacking. Developed industries like finance, tourism, and entertainment show constant fluctuations in profit margins.

At Computools we have extensive knowledge and experience in working with and understanding the Australian market, and what digital industries need to be successful. This strategic partnership can accelerate your business growth and strengthen your position as a leading company in your niche.

CASE STUDIES in Australia:

Synergy FX Case study

Synergy FX’s customer-focused platform provides users with four key advantages; true ECN pricing, transparency, instant order fills, and anonymity. Almost all operations are executed automatically. This ensures well-timed and reliable trading for users. The website has a convenient UX/UI design for direct sales that’s highly attractive for users and investors.

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ShootClub Case study

ShootClub is a blended shooting training app with social networking features. Thanks to it, professionals and amateurs can hone their skills, follow competitions, join a community, track their results and compare them to others.

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FDA Operator Case study

FDA Operator is a web-based application that gives users, usually stock brokers the opportunity to help their clients invest from anywhere in the world. The application gives the broker a wider reach and powerful tools for managing client wealth more efficiently, while giving the investor transparency into the investing process allowing them to better calculate gains and risks.

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Medirect Case study

WeClip Case study

WeClip is the world-leading solution for storing, editing, and publishing videos across different social media. This platform helps bloggers and content creators to easily manage content and use integrated video editing functionality. The platform turned out to be a success and gathered more than 100000 active users.

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The IT sector is one of the leading Japanese industries that drive the country’s economy. Japan is the birthplace of highly technological solutions that mainly revolve around such technologies as IoT, cloud, robotics, AI, game development, cybersecurity, and mobile communication.

With a great focus on IoT and mobile solutions, Japanese software companies are always in search of foreign tech talents who will address cybersecurity issues, add expertise to their team, and streamline development processes allowing them to expand global reach.

At Computools we offer outsourcing services that can support and push the digital transformation of the region.

CASE STUDY in Japan:

Epson Case study

The ReadyInk System, developed for Epson, is an independent assistant that can monitor the ink level in specific printers in real-time and automatically notify both users and resellers of the need to refill the cartridges. The system is also able to order necessary cartridges and arrange their delivery to the store or the user’s door.

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Collaboration With
Companies Worldwide

As a global provider of software solutions, Computools focuses on productive collaboration with companies worldwide. The main principle is the constant pursuit for excellence at every stage of development. Computools's specialists implement tasks based on experience and turnkey solutions to solve even the most complex issues. While constantly striving to expand the scope of active cooperation, increasing the number of clients across the world, and becoming a proud member of international and local associations.

Computools is a part of the following international associations:


International Federation for Information Processing

IFIP is a non-governmental, non-profit umbrella organization for national societies working in the field of information processing since 1960. It is the leading multinational, apolitical organization in Information & Communications Technologies and Sciences, and is recognized by the United Nations as well as other world organizations. It represents IT Societies from 56 countries/regions, covering five continents with a total membership of over half a million. The association helps its members find a meeting place for sharing experience, as well as discussing challenges and opportunities.


World Information Technology and Services Alliance

The World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA) is a leading consortium of ICT industry association members from over 80 countries around the world. WITSA’s members represent more than 90 percent of the world's ICT market. WITSA aims to drive transformation and grow the industry given that ICT is the key driver of the global economy. The association facilitates international trade and investment in ICT products and services through its global network of contacts. It also promotes industry cooperation and the strengthening of national associations through the sharing of knowledge, experience, and critical information.

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