Augmenting human capability with excellent software
Eric Nelson at Augment is our go-to person when we run into difficult technology and data situations. He is responsive and professional. He gets to the heart of the matter without fluff, identifies the problem, and solves it quickly. What used to take months now takes days or weeks. Eric is a great partner and an extension of our IT team.
Darcy Matz, Vice President, Chief Field Development and Marketing Officer
Questar Capital & Asset Management
We apply software engineering and industry best practices to design, build, & deploy enterprise data systems that make it easier to organize, operate, and grow your business
We remotely train and deploy workers in high-demand, high-wage software development skills to grow US jobs and build stronger economies, particularly in rural communities.
We remotely train students in software development principles & practices to enrich the learning process with early accomplishment via real engineering challenges & mentorship
Get in touch
(612) 940 – 95 (three) 4
Eric (at) augmentsoftware (dot) com
We build software teams to develop software better, faster, and at lower cost to the customer.
We do this by making better use of the computer to augment software development teams — following in the footsteps of Douglas Engelbart and his 1962 conceptual framework, quoted from here:
By “augmenting human intellect” we mean increasing the capability of a man to approach a complex problem situation, to gain comprehension to suit his particular needs, and to derive solutions to problems.
Augment is a place where we can bring together individual ability and initiative to realize Engelbart’s vision for augmenting teamwork. We use team-centric process to enable the inquiring mind to seek and apply better ways of learning and understanding. Projects developed by jigsawed learning teams quickly yield confidence in new skills and also generate tools which improve the training process for all comers.
The key to the Augment training approach is making available the essential feedback, guidance, and opportunity to put new skills to work and improve them quickly and systematically. I.e. Augment process shapes Individual disciplined practice within expert-capable, emergent communities. Augment processes are continually assessed and improved.Gary Jedynak