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ABOUT US

GOOD PARKING, GOOD BUSINESS

QwertyWorks Data Services Company was founded in 2001 in the Philippines by Jake Irwin Estrada. The company itself is an offshoot of the founder's professional translation career that started in the mid-1990s; the "big break" came in year 2000 when he was offered a long-term project to translate the User Interfaces and User Guides for the mobile phones of Nokia Corporation Oyj that's meant for the Philippine market. Jake used his life savings to buy a second-hand computer worth PhP5,500 ($122) and started hand-picking his own team of dedicated professional linguists to turn his one-man operation into a registered company that is now based in Makati City, with production offices in Antipolo City.

Throughout the years, QwertyWorks grew without seed funding or venture capital, relying only on strict financial discipline and keeping its promises to customers.

Today, the team at QwertyWorks caters to more than 400 clients with the same trademark customer-orientedness and performance-driven service that customers have been receiving from Mr. Estrada for almost 2 decades. The company's output is now being used by billions of people in more than 75 country-markets, speaking more than 60 languages.

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VÉHICULES GUIDÉS DEPUIS 2009
HISTORIQUE
2009

Création de la société pour mettre fin au stress du stationnement. Levée de fonds auprès du fonds Partech et de business angels.

2012

Premier projet à Vélizy 2 : 6000 places équipées au total, ce qui en fait encore à ce jour la seconde plus grande installation de guidage en Europe

2014

Lancement d'une offre globale intégrant système de comptage et signalétique. Lauréat du Grand prix d'Innovation de la Ville de Paris.

2015

Premier projet à la Réunion. Création d'un bureau d'études interne pour proposer des offres clé-en-main.

2016

Premier projet équipé d'une signalétique 100% solaire. Lancement d'une offre de financement en LOA. L'équipe compte 12 personnes à Paris, Nantes et Toulon.

2018

Premier projet en Amérique du sud, et premier projet avec détection par caméras vidéos. L'équipe compte 20 personnes.