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Solution-Soft is the leader in date and time testing software solutions, as well as data compression/file transfer and data storage management. We proudly provide our 2000+ domestic and international customers with software solutions proven to optimize customer IT infrastructure, save costs, and deliver mission critical applications.  Our goal is to deliver solutions that both fulfill our customer’s needs and catalyze future growth. Solution-Soft's customers are across all market sectors including 3M, Barclaycards, BBC, Boeing, CalPERS, Centrica UK, Covered California, Discover, Fed Ex, French Telecom, National Australia Bank, State Farm and Wells Fargo. Solution-Soft's market presence is bolstered by partnerships with Accenture, Citrix, FICO, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Red Hat and SAP.  Solution-Soft works closely with top tier consultant partners around the world across all industries to achieve clients' business objectives with ultimate ROI. Founded in 1993, Solution-Soft is privately held and based in Santa Clara, CA., for more information visit or call +1.408.346.1400.

Solution-Soft RedHat Container Debuts on Podcast

Solution-Soft RedHat Container Debuts on Podcast

Time Machine has been certified and published in the Red Hat Container Catalog (RHCC).  Time Machine can be deployed in Docker containersto help with validation and the time travel of the applications and this increased functionality fits directly in line…

Subscription for Time Machine®

SolutionSoft will now offer an annual subscription for their flagship product, Time Machine.  This announcement has come on the heels of Time Machine's twentieth anniversary, which is being celebrated this year.The product offered in this new subscription is the innovative…

Twenty Years of Solution-Soft’s Time Machine®

Solution-Soft originally conceived Time Machine in 1997 as a practical solution to test date/time sensitive business logic on computer programs written prior to 1990, which used to abbreviate 4-digit years as 2-digits. There was fear that such a misreading would…


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