Customers Overview

Cognisync has enjoyed a long relationship with Sun Microsystems and the Oracle Corporation through our work on Java.net. The relationship includes providing the infrastructure for Java.net's "Front End" content management system, hosting and community management and support services.

Cognisync has been the infrastructure partner for NII Holding's "Nextel Developer Program". Through this role we designed, constructured and host the NDP website, and continue to provide infrastructure evolutionary support for this website as the NDP community matures.

Cognisync has been the steward of the CableDev website, which has Time Warner Cable as its sponsor, since 2007. Working with key visionaries in the cable industry, Cognisync designed and hosts this community-focused website, supporting its constituents in their objective of promoting the evolution of interactive applications in the cable industry.

Cognisync has been working with the internet start-up Open Health Market, LLC in their quest to revolutionize corporate healthcare purchasing behaviors. In this effort Cognisync is the steward of the www.openhealthmarket.net (or OHM) website. This includes owning all aspects of the infrastructure - design, development, support and hosting. The OHM website includes a customized RFP management platform and social network integratios.

Cognisync's founder Andrew Kelly has an extensive background working with CollabNet, premier provider of collaborative software development solutions. Currently Cognisync is working with CollabNet to provide Drupal and CollabNet integrated solutions, as well as providing community support services to CollabNet customers.

One of Cognisync's earliest customers was the Linux Foundation. Cognisync designed and constructed the Linux Developer Network, an online technology community whose purpose is to enable the certification of Linux-based applications to run on all major Linux Distributions.

Informatica is a flagship customer of Cognisync. In 2007 Informatica outsourced its entire developer program to Cognisync, to include website ownership and community support. Through the years Cognisync revolutionized the developer network, consulted Informatica to radically change its community philosophy to be more open and interactive. Our engagement ended in 2010 as Informatica took their community services in-house. We still enjoy a good relationship with this industry-leading data integration provider.