DAASI International cooperates with various renowned IT companies and is an active member of various associations and initiatives in order to contribute to the promotion of modern open source technologies. Learn more about our cooperation partners below:
Collabora Productivity are the creators of Collabora Online, an open source software component based on LibreOffice, which can be easily integrated into any web application, it also enables viewing and collaborative editing of Office documents in dozens of file formats. This makes Collabora Online an easy-to-deploy office suite that runs directly in any modern browser, on any device. The parent company, Collabora, is a globally operating consulting firm which advocates the advantages of open source porducts to their customers.
Collabora Online gives all users access to the leading non-Microsoft implementation of an Office suite, with the ability to provide high fidelity import, rendering, editing and export of the vast majority of existant documents in many formats. While the native document model is based primarily on the Open Document Format (ODF), Collabora Online can import and export Microsoft DOCX, DOC, RTF, XLSX, XLS, PPTX, PPT and their macro containing including i.e. DOCM or XLSM. Collabora Online builds on 35 years of developing and the engineers are the largest contributors to the LibreOffice project.
Evolveum’s unique combination of experienced software engineers, identity and access management experts, and progressive business-oriented leadership has created a comprehensive open source identity and organisation management, and governance platform called midPoint.
As a vendor located in Central Europe Evolveum built a worldwide partner network to bring midPoint to a broader audience. Partners provide quality service, they are able to deploy, integrate, customise or run midPoint for clients even for market-specific niche needs. Evolveum supports their partner DAASI International to stay up-to-date in the form of regular updates, support care, know-how, advice, in addition to several more benefits.
Feldpartitur is a digital tool for video and film analysis that has primarily been used in qualitative social research thus far. The software is designed for the manual microanalysis of short sequences. For each sequence any amount of information in the form of text (annotations), keywords (tags, “codes”), language transcriptions or visual symbols can be edited in a linear and multi-line diagram (“score” or “chart”) into a two-dimensional axis system. Thus, the tool enables the capture of many different elements, such as facial expressions, gestures, human actions and many more.
Gluu, Inc. is the creator of Gluu Server, a leading free open source software platform for identity and access management (IAM). Gluu
Server is used by organisations around the world to achieve standard-based single sign-on (SSO), web and API access management, and
multi-factor authentication (MFA) for web, mobile and IoT applications.
Crust Technology Ltd, headquartered in Ireland, is the driving force behind the open source Unified Work platform Corteza, providing a flexible, self-hosted platform for your organisation to work and communicate internally while engaging with customers, suppliers, partners and other third parties externally. Its integrated approach to identity, messaging and business logic delivers a simple-to-use yet extensible means for managing users and the applications they require everyday, whether in the cloud, behind the firewall or a hybrid of the two.
Puzzle ITC is an innovative IT service provider, covering the whole lifecycle of business critical applications and infrastructure. The company focuses on open source technologies and the latest methods and tools. Since 1999, the Swiss start-up has grown to become a successful SME with more than 100 employees in Bern, Zürich, Basel (Switzerland) and Tübingen (Germany). Today, an interdisciplinary team of highly qualified members is working in the following areas: consulting, applications, delivery, infrastructure and the development of open source solutions.
Michael Ströder is a freelance consultant for system integration and IT security, in specific directory services, identity & access management (IAM), single sign-on, multi-factor authentication, public key infrastructures (PKI) and similar services.
His areas of expertise include the planning and implementation of architectures for the secure use of IT services, the design, implementation and automated installation/configuration (DevOps) of secure software (e.g. web applications), and object-oriented programming (e.g. Python).
The US company Symas delivers open source identity and access governance and storage solutions along with unmatched support from the most qualified experts in the field. They help organisations achieve digital sovereignty, scalability and superior performance.
Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) is the future of identity and access management (IAM) and in the focus of organizations and governments around the world for advanced use cases such as data meshes, Gaia-X data spaces, the Swiss eID, or eIDAS 2.0.
Vereign was one of the first dedicated SSI companies in Europe, and is among the most experienced in this field, applying SSI to a variety of use cases including email and documents. The Vereign Organisation Wallet (VOW) is the leading solution for organisations of any size to fully embrace SSI at professional level, built on a secure micro-service architecture including policy based access and adaptation to corporate use cases, structures and requirements.
Available as professional Open Source with different levels of support, all of Vereigns products are available via DAASI International as your trusted project and service partner. Both companies have a long tradition of successfully working together. DAASI International CEO Peter Gietz was among the first to recognise the ground breaking potential of Vereign’s approach, and both companies successfully developed core components of the Gaia-X Federation Services (GXFS) together.