Combining tech-meeting and lunchIt is our dream to create true business agility at a competitive price for our customers. To accommodate this we have built our services model around some of the major developments that will dominate the way applications are being delivered and used in the next 3-5 years.

Open Source

The open source model and the power of the accompanying communities has already changed the way software is created on the internet. We believe that many small and medium size businesses and eventually large enterprises will recognize the open source model as a mature and competitive alternative for commercial software solutions. With the upcoming of commercial open source models where software companies offer enterprise class support for open source software, one of the most important barriers for using open source software will disappear.


Many organizations recognize that managing IT systems and IT infrastructure is not part of their core-business. They have come to the conclusion that development and deployment of IT solutions is something for specialized companies. Due to economies of scale SaaS vendors can offer solutions at a much lower cost of ownership and a better quality of service, compared to in-house IT systems. This is especially the case for small and medium size companies, as well as non-core business applications within large enterprises.

BPM in the cloud

Business Process Management (BPM) has been an important trend for several years. BPM and workflow are no longer limited to processes within organizations, but can span the boundaries of multiple organizations. With the success of mature SaaS offerings like and Google Apps, there is a growing need for integration at the business process level. Stream is the initiator and main contributor to the NetXq project, an efficient open source solution for process design, -execution and management. As a result of several years of research and development we have been able to create a unique set of software tools that can shorten the development/deployment life-cycle of process-oriented applications dramatically. If you feel like reading the whole story on why we think this makes a difference please have a look at our Vision & Thoughts paper.