Geisel Software Gets A+ Grade from Backup Software Provider Microlite

May 24, 2013

Geisel Software, a leading mobile and web application developer, has earned high praise from backup software giant Microlite for successful completion of a complex Linux project.

Shrewsbury, MA (PRWEB) May 23, 2013

Geisel Software, Inc. (GSI) a leading web and mobile app developer, has received top marks from popular backup software company Microlite for work on a complex, Linux-focused project. Working at the kernel level on both multi-path systems and software RAID, Geisel Software developed and enhanced security for Microlite’s BackupEDGE product, all the while meeting deadlines and staying within budget.

“Geisel Software not only brought expertise to the table, they were able to leverage their own industry connections to gather information, gather hardware, and put together a solution that we’d never be able to complete within a reasonable time frame,” says Tom Podnar, CEO and founder of Microlite. “Geisel Software finished the project on time, within budget, and with the exact feature set that our clients required.”

Geisel Software, led by software engineer and expert Brian Geisel, currently develops web and mobile applications for iOS and Android phones, tablets and more. Made up of a team of developers that live across the globe, Geisel Software offers a significant edge in both local and international software design and implementation. The company has worked with many major companies including iRobot, Bit9 and mc10. To find out about GSI’s services, technological expertise, and more, visit http://www.geisel-software.com.

About Geisel Software

Geisel Sofware, Inc. is a Massachusetts-based software development firm specializing in mobile apps and web applications. Founded by Brian Geisel, an embedded software expert, the firm’s international roster makes the company uniquely positioned to create software that not only works in various languages, but is designed for various regions, languages and cultures. The company uses Linux, PHP, MySQL, Apache, Javascript, and other programming languages and technologies to create software for mobile phones, tablets, laptops, desktops and more.

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