Quality
software development

using mathematically-inspired methods

Provably superior software

using mathematically-inspired methods

Provably superior software

"*QED*" is the accepted acronym for the Latin phrase *quod
erat demonstrandum*, which translates roughly as "which was the
thing to be proven".

When writing technical papers, mathematicians usually
include
mathematical proofs within the body of their text. As these proofs are
often long and complicated, it is difficult to determine where the
proof ends and where the main text resumes. The addition of the letters
"*QED*" is therefore added to the end of the proof to signify its
conclusion. By delineating the proof, these letters allow the
reader to accept the proof as fact or to carefully scour it from
beginning to end to verify its validity.

When designing software, QEDWare applies the same
rigorous analysis that mathematicians have developed over the
millennia. We can create solutions to problems that are provably the __best__
possible solutions.

Give us you toughest software problems, we can solve them.

And yes, we can "prove" it!
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