Performance analysis - Research and Development - Audit - Prototyping
Software architecture - API Development - Continuous Integration
Open training - Tailored training - Specific coaching
Who we are
Zenika was established in France in 2006. It has grown rapidly since then, starting from a single office of five staff in Paris and flourishing into an international team of over 290 employees spread across seven offices in Europe and Asia.
The name “Zenika” is an anagram of “kaizen”, a Japanese business philosophy based on continuous improvement of working practices.
We are a software development company whose mission is to drive change via IT innovation. Our consultants are passionate developers who are always searching beyond the horizon of current trends. Many of them have written books, do open-source contributions, teach classes and speak at popular meet-ups and conferences.
Zenika entered the Asian market by opening its Singapore office in August 2016. Our Singapore team has expanded steadily and is currently working on several engagements in South East Asia involving Java/Spring, Angular, microservices, CI/CD, Elasticsearch…
Our activities in Singapore cross various industries. We are working with several Singaporean and international banks on their digital transformation to integrate technological solutions for both customers and staff. We also work with a leading global investment firm from the Singapore government to improve their software development practices. Leveraging that same knowledge, we offer customised consulting services for startups in all sectors with particular involvement in the local fintech business.
In addition to our commercial engagements, we are active members of the Singapore Developers community. On their private time, some Zenika employees participate to organise Voxxed Days, one of the best conferences in Singapore for developers which has taken place in June 2017 with international speakers from Google, Pivotal, Redhat… We also help to organise and sponsor the Singapore Java User Group.