a world of software
we all can trust
Building a world of software
we all can
We want to build a world in which the complex software that connects our businesses and societies is safe, secure, and trustworthy.
Our automated analysis and correction tools eliminate bugs and vulnerabilities in complex digital systems, to prevent damaging failures, losses, and injuries.
We protect organizations from the financial, reputational, and customer risks of software failures in our increasingly complex and interconnected world.
Do you trust the software around you? Do your customers? Every day, we all experience software that doesn’t do what it’s supposed to. Most bugs are merely annoying but a few, unseen and unknown, will trigger devastating losses.
Our core focus is assuring that software-based systems can be trusted. Everything we do—from business relationships, to operational processes, to products and research—is aimed at making software trustworthy.
We develop technologies that identify and correct software problems with industry-leading quality, accuracy, and precision. We are obsessive about finding all the problems, and only true problems, in your systems.
We think deeply, plan meticulously and build accurately to ensure that our products work effortlessly and flawlessly to reveal and fix bugs.
We want to build a world of software we all can trust, in which intelligent support systems make software failure a thing of the past.
We are building the most precise bug detection and correction software in the industry, combining decades of experience in research and software engineering with a new wave of deep static analysis augmented by artificial intelligence.
Dr. Jeffrey Ullman
Dr. Jeffrey Ullman is the Stanford W. Ascherman Professor of Computer Science (Emeritus). His books on database, theory of computation, and compilers are standard bearers in these fields. He became a Fellow of the ACM in 1995 and received the Knuth Prize in 2000. Dr. Ullman was the co-recipient of IEEE John von Neumann Medal in 2010. He received his Ph.D. from Princeton University.
Dr. Robert Bowdidge
software tools developer
Dr. Robert Bowdidge has implemented early user interfaces for refactoring tools, refactoring support in Apple’s Xcode IDE, and completed a million line refactoring cleanup while at Google. Dr. Bowdidge received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of California, San Diego, in 1995, and his B.A. in Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1989.
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