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I am an expert on software development.
Panaxis GmbH is the software development company of Andreas Leathley, located in Switzerland and active since 2003. Large complex websites with a high degree of security, performance, reliability and usability are my specialty. I can offer the following services:
- Performance optimization for maximum speed
- Security-focused work and advice
- Interface design for any devices and resolutions
- Integration of (existing) APIs and processes
- Infrastructure knowledge, especially Linux and Docker
- Native speaker in English and German (and Swiss German), with experience in multi-language projects and working with different teams
Previous and ongoing projects
Since 2010 I have developed and maintained the online shop for the Adler Apotheke pharmacy in Winterthur / Switzerland (Adlershop, available in four languages) with a large number of products, a strong focus on customer satisfaction and a lot of health and medicine information. The shop system was custom-made and heavily optimized for the pharmacy use case, with more than 20 connected APIs in the background.
Since 2019 I have supported wwcom in automating and optimizing their processes and developing a platform for customers to manage and book their telecommunication services.
Since 2005 I have maintained the websites of a number of Swiss pharmacies, which use a custom-made content management system.
From 2002 until 2020 I developed and maintained the social networks Purplestar/Purplemoon.
I am interested in long-lasting work relationships based on trust and expertise. Most of my past projects are still being developed and maintained, but I am also interested in new challenges and making new friends.
If you are interested in any of my services, do not hesitate to contact me via email at email@example.com or you can send a letter to: Panaxis GmbH, Eichweg 11, 5024 Küttigen, Switzerland.
More about me personally and my activities can be found on these websites: Blog, Github, Stackoverflow, Twitter