Offshore Software Development Company, Custom Programming Services, IT Outsourcing and Custom Software Development
PTH is a custom and offshore software development firm; it was founded in 1999 and is located in San Jose, California. We offer full cycle custom software programming services, from product idea, offshore software development to outsourcing support and enhancement. PTH employs a large pool of software engineers coming from different backgrounds. We are able to balance product development efforts and project duration to your business needs.
Custom Software Development
Internet/Intranet Software Development
Offshore Development Center
With PTH custom software development services, you reduce outsourcing software development costs and enhance revenue growth due to our:
Over the years, we at PTH have successfully completed a wide range of projects for different industries and business sectors. The projects differ in their scope and duration. For all of the projects, we do our best to remain cost-competitive vendors, leveraging our technical expertise to provide outstanding services and deliver high quality solutions in time.
PTH possesses enough resources to successfully start, execute and complete a project of any size. Our technical infrastructure includes: office space, a comfortable workplace for each member equipped with robust hardware and up-to-date software, a broadband Internet connection, telephone lines with many extensions.
PTH employs more than 100 specialists coming from different academic backgrounds and having a broad set of skills and solid experience. Each of the PTH members is a well-motivated and organized worker being able to bring a depth of talent and creativity to the company.
For its outsourcing services, PTH applies a standard and time-tested Offshore Engagement Model. It offers our strong software development experience, project management knowledge, intercultural competence, seamless communication and a shared responsibility. The model is variable with regard to customer's timeframes, confidentiality or security issues, requirements dynamics and some other factors.