Lex parsimoniae or principle of parsimony

The company was named after William of Ockham, an influential miedeval Franciscan friar and scholastic philosopher who is generally remembered for Ockham's razor, a methological principle that had a signifcant influence on modern science and reasoning.  The razor states that one should proceed to simpler theories until simplicity can be traded for greater explanatory power.


We have adopted this philosophy as a general guideline to our endeavours. And in the solutions we propose, our mantra is always to try and simplify the use while delivering productivity and advanced functionality.

Fully aware that our solutions are addressed first and foremost to operational personnel and not to computer experts, our priority has always been to provide tools accessible to the widest audience while meeting concrete field operational needs.