what we do
Thrive in the era of software advantage
Today's users aren't easily impressed.
And what it does take to impress them can be insanely difficult to build.
Insanely difficult happens to be our speciality.
Lineate helps businesses craft the software that fits their ambitious needs—quickly, reliably and future-proofed.View our interactive manifesto
Complex is where we live.
Our team specializes in solving the kind of complex, data-centric engineering challenges that enable truly standout software. And until it's vastly scalable, fast and stable - we don't even consider it functional.
Read more about how we've helped companies raise the bar:See more of our work
A trillion data points. One delightfully challenging solution.
PlaceIQ is a company that examines how consumers operate within the physical world to provide brands with the insight to make intelligent decisions. If that sounds impressively complex, that's because it is.
Lineate partnered with PlaceIQ to build an audience insights architecture that feeds algorithms 6-9 billion data points per day, and delivers targeting information in 60 milliseconds or less. In other words, we helped them channel a flood of data into a true competitive advantage.See how we did it
5b daily events, one real-time dashboard, and a dream.
33Across are a bunch of ad-serving wizards. Their programmatic ad platform helps premier publishers earn revenue, optimize yield, gain actionable insights, and do a whole load of other clever stuff.
But that wasn't enough for them. So they asked us to provide their publishers with state-of-the-art dashboards, which aggregate key performance data from 5 billion raw daily ad-serving events. The solution was simple. (And by simple, we mean of course, incredibly complex.)See how we did it
A Moove towards safer driving
Connected cars are the future. Unless you're a team of super-advanced innovators like Moove. ai—in which case connected cars are the present.
As frontrunners in the industry, Moove.ai wanted to build a data pipeline for terabytes of road attributes, current weather, and accident data. This would allow them to provide real-time safety scores for every stretch of the road. Lineate helped them realize this incredibly ambitious goal with some innovative data solutions. (Yes, we're being purposefully vague. Check out the full story for the sweet, sweet details.)See how we did it
what we're thinking
What to consider when considering serverless microservices.
Serverless microservices can be extremely useful architecture. IF you know when and how to implement them.
Check out our latest article where we run down the pros and cons of using serverless microservices in different cases.Learn more
How data-rich dashboards changed the game.
if you want to create real-time dashboards in this day and age, you've got some serious data volume and variety to contend with first. And that kind of challenge requires a proactive approach. Read our flashy new eBook for tips on how to:
- Tackle exploring data in real time
- Address challenges of querying event level data
- Manage complexity using drill paths
3 major problems with outsourcing (and how we fixed them).
Outsourcing can be a pain - especially when it's a high-stakes software project. There are a few consistent frustrations that seem to pop up as obstacles when working with a 3rd party.
But we've cracked the code. Read on to see how we solved some of the major issues with outsourcing.Learn more
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working with lineate
What working with us is really like
Partnering up on a huge project isn't something you do on a whim.
So to make your due diligence easier, we've put together a guide that details what working with Lineate is really like. No marketing bravado. No half-fulfilled promises. Just straight information on our process, people, approach and values.Get the guide
Questions - answered.
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- What we do (and don't do)
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