Transversal is a service company in computer engineering (SSII) that ensures understanding the operational context of your company, your markets and the expectations of your customers. Our thorough knowledge of open and proprietary systems is a real guarantee of satisfaction for you. It is led by a network engineer with years of experience in the study and deployment of corporate networks, Internet services, ISP POPs, UNIX systems, etc. He is assisted by experienced technicians and engineers and a group of independent experts and specialists.
With nearly 15 years of experience in the ICT sector, transversal has established itself in the Caribbean as one of the leading providers of it solutions. Transversal is Ubiquiti Certifed training partner, Fortinet Partner, PSI and Pearson VUE Exam Center. She has already participated alone or in consortium to more than fifty projects of design, development and integration of Web platforms.
In 2011, transversal developed the MerchantPro electronic cheque platform and won several large-scale contracts from UNDP, CARE, CRS, Digicel and Mercy Corps to manage their e-voucher programs in Haiti and Nepal.
Transversal brings its expertise in information and communication technologies (ICTs) in the following areas: design and development of the mobile payment platform; Design and develop a loan management system; Design, development and deployment of access control and support and time platform using biometrics and RFID technology; Construction of network and wireless infrastructures; Design, integrate and maintain a robust network operating Center; Training in ICT certification (as a Cisco, CompTIA and Ubiquiti partner); Support in purchases of hardware, software and licenses; Design and develop mobile and Web applications, including data collection tools; Deployment of voice over IP and video surveillance solutions.
In addition, through strong partnerships with Cisco CSR and the World Bank, transversal is also very active through its Foundation, which provides training for young people and students from low-income families.