Software quality and the development of business applications


Founded almost 17 years ago by former Microsoft consultants, SoftFluentis composed of a team of leading experts in Microsoft technologies, software quality and the development of business applications including software eco-design.

Today, SoftFluent has 80 employees who are all specialised in .NET development and who provide daily support to a large number of major corporate clients, Mid-Sized Businesses, publishers and start-ups covering the entire value chain, offering:

  • – A consulting division and high-level advisory services: Architecture Design, Code Review, Due Diligence, CTO as Service, R&D as Service
  • – An application development division: modernisation of applications, custom software, Azure Cloud migration, agile methodologies, DevOps process.

Thanks to its consultants’ expertise in connected web, mobile and client-rich application architecture in complex environments such as On Premise and Cloud, SoftFluent supports its clients in all their IT projects, either at its service centre or on-site for technical assistance to help develop your team. Discover our good development practices, recommendations for IT decision-makers and our consultants’ top tips on our blog.

SoftFluent also supports humanitarian causes and contributes its expertise to health services with stakeholders such as Stago and EIG. Amongst others, SoftFluent has worked with Chartres hospitals in France to develop a digital tool to make a lasting improvement to comfort in ICUs.

Apart from its innovative ITC activity, SoftFluent has enhanced its offer of digital transformation and productivity software editing expertise, with innovative offers handled by its subsidiaries, including Abeee, a HR integration and retention solution and RowShare, a collaborative product for collecting and visualising data in complete confidentiality.

The company’s employees are shareholders through a FCPE[employee shareholding fund] and can therefore be part of its development strategy.

What’s more, their participation in Great Place to Work and being included on the winners list in 2016 (fewer than 50 employees) and in 2020 (more than 50 employees) reflect an HR management policy which puts people at the heart of the company’s success.

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