The specific thing about Symphony is the model of communication with the clients that was developed through the years of experience. Being available, committed, adaptable and proactive with a great individual responsibility and the ownership in the projects is somehow a main trait of Symphony’s people in relation to company’s clients. That is why most of company’s teams are represented also as the core teams in the clients’ “human” software development infrastructure.
This means that it is very common for our teams to travel and work on site with the clients.
Besides profoundly deepening the human relation between persons included in the working process, the value of trips like this is in a way improving synchronization within the teams of the scientific and professional aspect of the project for all the members included in the process.
Last week Ema Halilovic and Edin Merdan, two of Symphony’s engineers, visited our client ‘Epinomics’ in the Bay Area. Here’s Ema’s and Edin’s testimonial about the visit they made to Epinomics – a startup who uses proprietary epigenomics technology to decode the programming of human genome to drive personalized medicine.
"After a very long flight we finally arrived at Menlo Park at around midnight. We were too tired to think or feel any kind of excitement at that point, since we had been awake for almost 24 hours, but after few hours of sleep and a proper breakfast our adventure could begin.