Strategy Object was established in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1996 by a team of leading engineers, focused on creating unique technologies from the ground up, aimed at software developers, for building rich enterprise applications.
The company develops its own line of products used in more than 80 countries.
Strategy Object’s single and straightforward mission is to develop the most comprehensive Java development and server platform on the market with a number of unique features that makes SOClass™ the preferred choice of those who wish to use the same system in a large variety of technological environments. While most of the major IT Companies are struggling with the technical compromises required to adapt their legacy systems to these new technologies, Strategy Object can afford to produce uncompromising systems free of the constraints of the past. The result is the SOClass line of products. The system allows to fast develop prototypes, it offers a Java Server™ administration system, deployment facilities, implementation tools and an effective performance tuning system. One of the strength of SOClass is its biometric security planning and its GCF™ (Government Class Framework) security features.
Bulgaria is a country located in Southeastern Europe. With a territory of 110,994 square kilometres (42,855 sq mi), Bulgaria ranks as Europe’s 14th-largest country. Its location has defined it as a historical crossroad for various civilisations and as such it is the home of some of the earliest metalworking, religious and other cultural artifacts in the world. At the height of their activity from the 9th to the 13th centuries, Bulgarian literary and artistic schools have been instrumental for the development of Slavic literature and arts.
A free country, Bulgaria is a unitary parliamentary republic with a high degree of political, administrative and economic centralisation. It is a member of the European Union, NATO and the Council of Europe, a founding state of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), and has taken a seat at the UN Security Council three times.
In the 1980s Bulgaria became known as the “Silicon Valley of the Eastern Block” due to its large-scale computing technology exports to COMECON states. The country ranked third in the world in 2011 by total number of ICT specialists, outperforming countries with far larger populations, and operates the only supercomputer in the Balkan region, an IBM Blue Gene/P at the National Centre for Supercomputing Applications.