The “Adaption Way of Working”, our working methods and the safety measures we undertake make our products and software development unique. Our way of working differentiates in various aspects; the way we develop our software, the security requirements we demand from our software and our offering of flexible logistics cloud software. We are convinced that our software represents 100% quality, stability and reliability. You can read more about this on our Promises & Warranties page.
Our Way of Working is unique. Our customers benefit daily!
Software development should be done in collaboration with customers. We involve our customers at an early stage through weekly progress meetings. By guaranteeing periodic updates, your software always is up-to-date and fully secure. Read more about our unique way of working.
Our promises & Warranties, as we trust our solutions a 100%
We believe in our products, and we trust our solutions provide added value to any user. We will do everything to make and keep our software as stable and reliable as possible. We can therefore promise you five things:
- Bug-free software
- Software that is always up to date
- Minimum of 99% uptime
- Super Security
Our security guarantees your safety everywhere and anytime
As a logistics service provider, you want your goods to be transported reliably and make them reach their final destination safely. You’ll go to great lengths to prevent delays, damage or theft. How safe and secure is the logistic software you use? Read more about our security on our security page.
The freedom to have your software available wherever you are
Working with cloud solutions is becoming more popular. Cloud software offers many advantages compared to on-premise software, e.g. lower costs, less maintenance and periodic releases/updates. We made an overview of all the benefits of working with cloud-based logistics software. Read about these advantages on our Cloud page.
“Adaption understands the ins and outs of logistics. When you ask Adaption to do something, it will be done right.”
Business Process Manager & Enterprise Information Architect HOYER