This is a joint press release from Smidyo and Exact Realty joint venture Vector Express.
Our core business is centered around providing software developers an easy-to-use service to handle complex vector-based files, widely used in CAD, engineering and manufacturing industries among others. With the ever-increasing digitalization within these industries, we strongly believe that there will be an ever-larger market for our solution, especially within B2B e-commerce and cloud-based apps.
With this, we are pleased to announce that Vector Express’ parent company, Exact Realty, has joined the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Founded in 1994, the W3C is the main international standard organization for the web, and it has been under its auspices that the SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) format was developed.
Since our service relies on correctly understanding and processing files in various formats, we understand the importance of well-defined and open standards to ensure interoperability among vendors. As one of the major uses for our service is to convert to and from SVG files, we are excited to be able to use our experience from building our platform to enhance the quality of specifications such as SVG and this way deliver even better solutions that fulfill the needs of developers worldwide.
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Vector Express Ltd., 71‐75 Shelton Street, London, WC2H 9JQ, United Kingdom
About Exact Realty
Exact Realty is a business consulting company with a focus on technology founded in 2020 with the mission of facilitating digitalization across all organizations. Exact Realty offers services primarily in the areas of automation, data integration, security, infrastructure and custom software development. exact.realty
“I’ve been involved with developing and improving Vector Express for much of its history and can see how much value it brings to developers because of all the formats it can handle and how it simplifies conversion that normally is an unreliable process with many edge cases. Standards are critical for tools like Vector Express to function properly, and I’m excited to be able to bring my experience with the platform to standards’ discussions.” Ricardo Parra
Smidyo is a software consulting- and holding company founded in 2018, based in Finland and The Netherlands. The company focuses on automation of business processes, with a focus on e-commerce. It is involved in business automation solutions Vector Express and Smidigare, as well as the e-commerce home service platform Kotihandi.
“I see Vector Express as a crucial tool that improves the developer experience when dealing with complex vector files online. Now with a direct connection to the W3C, we hope that we can play a small part in further improving the standards for which they are built upon.” Frank Sandqvist