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What we do
In the 21st century people are drowning in information. Email, instant messaging, news feeds, and of course the web. A small group of developers has taken up the fight: us.
We are developing apps based on our unique artificial intelligence technology that tame the beast. We all are Mac users by heart and are writing solely on the Mac and for OS X and iOS.
Who we are
Alan works with Christian on various parts of DEVONthink. He's our globe-trotter and lives currently in the UK.
Heike gets your email. She has a heart for NPOs and she will spend hours just to find that license code you've lost.
Jim made his compassion his profession: helping people. Meet him in support, the forum, and many other places.
Ask a technical question. Bill will know the answer. Or he knows someone who does. Bill may even give you a call.
Bonne opens your letters and picks up the phone. And she's the accounting goddess. Even the IRS loves her.
What we have developed
"Devonian (after Devon County, England), the geologic period from 410 to 360 million years ago. Also called the Reptile Age or Age of Fishes. First amphibians appeared on the land, that until then was only inhabited by trees and other plants — it was the departure into a new age."
We've named our artificial intelligence (AI) technology after the Devonian period as for us it marks the departure into a new age. All our commercial apps are based on this cool piece of software that allows to manage huge numbers of documents by analyzing and comparing them as well as finding relationships between them in an instant. In addition it's scalable and language-independent (as long as the language uses spaces or punctuation characters to separate words).