Software 7 GmbH is the tiny company privately held by Stephan Schlecht. Software 7 is around for over ten years now. I develop software for people like you.
Among my customers are companies of all sizes and kinds, ranging from small and medium-sized to very large corporations and institutions. Some of the more well known include: Infor Global Solutions, McGraw-Hill, Audi, Bosch, EMC Corporation, Bentley Transportation, Lufthansa Systems, Nokia, and Hessischer Rundfunk.
BTW: If you are looking for a JavaHelp authoring system, take a look at Helen 2.3 on http://www.software7.biz/.
Software 7 GmbH
email: info at software7 dot com
Tel.: +49 941 – 79 79 682
The company is registered at Amtsgericht Regensburg, HRB 7389
VAT ID No.: DE201945123
Managing Director – Stephan Schlecht
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