At slashwhy, we ask why, what motivates us and what we want to achieve. This mindset applies to client projects, as well as to decisions that affect our company and ourselves. We want to create meaning, have a profound purpose in our work, and pursue a common Why in harmony with our personal Why. We believe strongly in this mindset to the point that we've included it in our name: slashwhy.
In early 2016, Salt and Pepper Software was founded with a handful of colleagues and grew to 170 employees in four years. From this, the two sister companies Halocline, dedicated to industrial VR software, and slashwhy, an innovation driver for individual software, were born in 2020 to achieve one thing: inspire people.
We build great software
We develop software that inspires everyone involved: the users who use it, our partners who benefit from it and, finally, our experts who create something new by providing inspiration and guidance. We want to inspire people and therefore, alway focus on the users. Why do they use our software and how do we best answer their needs? With this approach and our agile methods, we transform product ideas into reality.
Our leaders & visionaries
to happy people