Why Butterflyvista? (Alternate Take)
There are many things, which separate us from the rest. We see that again, and again. We here at Butterflyvista have no peers. A few paragraphs do not even begin to show that. Contact us and let us show you.
That being said, here is a glimpse to the answer to this vast question.
Our founder, Sarah Weinberger, received her engineering certification from UCLA. She later did master's work in computer engineering at USC. Microsoft certified her as a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer multiple times over, as well as on numerous Microsoft products. Oracle, formally Sun Microsystems, received certification on Solaris. She received certifications from other prominent vendors, as well. She also was a beta tester for numerous companies, and has been a Microsoft Partner for many years now.
Outside of technical expertise, she studied graphic design, photography, business, and plays classical violin having been part of orchestras for many years. She is involved in politics and the community.
We have had projects from large and small companies alike. We are no stranger to engineering having worked on the landing gear software of Boeing aircraft, worked on producing drivers of various sorts, such as printer drivers for the HP Laser Jet, worked on radar systems software for the U.S. Air Force, on numerous web projects, storage related projects, and much, much more.
Our staff is equally talented. We are proud to have someone, who has vast expertise in video shooting and editing, audio recording and editing, composing, and playing various instruments, such as the accordion, piano, and keyboard. This person is also experienced as an engineer and has been the front-man at numerous trade shows.
The biggest thing that separates us is not the technical, as any trained monkey can do technical just by watching YouTube or making YouTube your friend. It is not evening working with operating systems, since 1982 and various levels, such as kernel and user space. What separates us is:
- Vast experience
- Being able to put various pieces (components) together
- Our holistic approach
- Taking responsibility and admitting limitations
- Ability to do research and craft solutions
- Writing, teamwork, and as Einstein would say perspiration
I will close this question by saying, if you were to need open heart surgery, would you trust a so-called expert in another country, who is cheap, a relative, a kid still in diapers, or would you want the best? The software component is as necessary to business as a good doctor and takes more experience and expertise, as the process never ends. It is a never-ending story, a wheel within a wheel, never ending or beginning on an ever-spinning reel.
Many people can compose, but how many people can compose Beethoven's Symphony #6?