RocketGUI is a team of professional software developers and interface designers with hundreds of projects under our belt and a proven track record of being responsive to our clients needs and exceeding expectations. Our small size allows us to be focused and agile, and ready to take on any challenge. RocketGUI is located in Spokane, Washington but we service clients across the country and beyond.
Organized. Responsive. Attentive to detail. These are just a few of the ways our customers describe us. Whether you are a custom A-V integrator, a hardware manufacturer or an end-user, our focus is providing our clients the highest level of service and quick response time. With RocketGUI you can rely on a level of quality and professionalism that far exceeds the industry standard.
From the user’s perspective, the interface to the system is just as important as the system itself. That’s why we start every control system project with a beautiful, intuitive interface designed to fit the environment of the installation as well as the needs of the user.
If you’re an integrator, we can drastically reduce per project costs by designing a custom UI framework around your common product mix. This strategy will build cross-project consistency, increase system reliability, and shorten your project cycle so you can do more projects, and at higher profitability.
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RocketGUI’s high-performance UI and code specialists can keep your programming budgets on-track, meet project deadlines, and help you deliver the highest quality product to your clients.
We admit it - We love A-V just as much as we love writing code. If that makes us quintessential nerds then we’ll wear that badge proudly. What it also makes us though, is good at what we do. It means we understand the intricacies of communicating with A-V hardware. And it means we understand the expectations of integrators and know how to meet those expectations.
It also means we know things you might not expect us to know - like how to install a BNC connector properly. Or how much bandwidth you get using a paperclip as a serial data cable.
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