Develop better, more reliable software

SRU-Systems helps companies develop custom software solutions with a heavy focus on reliability.

Custom software you can depend on

As the reliance on software in daily life has grown, so have the potential consequences of software failures. In order to mitigate the impact of software failures on your business and customers, you need to improve the reliability of your software. We can help.

Our unique, integral approach to software development ensures that our software is more reliable, more efficient, and more effective. We do this by:

  • Minimizing the amount of code.
  • Designing for failure.
  • Use compile-time checking.
  • Avoiding error-prone techniques.

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Software Development

Software Development

We approach software development with a focus on using industry best-practices to develop reliable software. Key aspects of our approach include:

  • Functional Programming Language. We use the functional programming language Haskell, because it produces safer, more modular, and more concise code, which results in software that is both reliable and efficient.

  • Open Standards. Your company's needs will change in the future. Your software should be able to adapt. That's why we use open standards in our software whenever possible. Open standards help future-proof your custom software by giving you a high level of interoperability with systems that you might need to integrate in the future.

After the completion of software development, we will always provide you with the source code, so you have the ability to adapt the software if the need arises in the future.



Software doesn't exist in a vacuum, and it's often only as good as the IT-infrastructure behind it. In addition to developing your software, we can help you develop and maintain a strong IT-infrastructure necessary to ensuring the continued reliability of your software.

We support multiple operation systems, including Linux, Mac OS X, OpenBSD, and Windows. We use open standards whenever possible to prevent vendor lock-in. Open standards also provide better interoperability with other systems.