Aviture is a national software development serving a diverse client base in Washington DC, Omaha, and Phoenix. Aviture's results are significantly more effective than results a client would receive from any other company.
Founded in 2004, Aviture was started with the idea that we could make a difference in world. Aviture’s team of recognized experts are hand-picked from both commercial and government industries, placing their discipline and talent among the upper echelon of companies of any size.
We’re driven beyond belief. We’re not afraid of hard work. And we never settle for “good enough.” Because of the scope of our work, we understand the results have the power to change lives. Aviture’s leadership guides our clients and collaborators to the best solution. These solutions are directly tied to a Return on Investment that represents a 'best value' approach.
We think things through, constantly innovating new answers to new challenges because we know what’s on the line. We’re building businesses. We’re keeping our soldiers safe. We’re building the digital framework on which tomorrow’s world will depend upon.
HOW ARE WE MORE EFFECTIVE?
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KNOWLEDGE Knowledge empowers our technical staff with a vast set of options to explore when building software, as well as the proper application of those options. Without sufficient knowledge, solutions are limited and often fall short of their potential.
UNDERSTANDING All too often software developers lose sight of what they are building as they become preoccupied with the mundane details. A key value within Aviture is to relate all of our work to the customerʼs needs and expectations. We believe in walking besides the customer as their system grows, not chasing after their needs.
It’s difficult to define, but you know it when you see it. One thing we pride ourselves on is common sense. If something doesn’t seem right, it is questioned, prodded, and analyzed until it is understood.Our goal is trusted partner. This can only be accomplished by applying common sense and asking the hard questions.