Moth Software is a small company, located near Mayence, Germany (or Mainz in German) , which has been operating since 2004. See below on some more details about Beatrix Willius - our CEO and head developer.
We will create software that is easy to learn and easy to use.
Software should allow you to do simple things very quickly without learning anything and yet still allow you to do more complex things when you're ready.
A software has to work right out of the box. It shouldn't require you to know anything that you can't figure out for yourself. It shouldn't have features you won't use cluttering up the interface. It should have a narrow focus and do a good job at the stuff it does do.
It all comes down to quality. A good looking software with all features is useless when it contains to many bugs. Moth Software has the policy of zero defects. There will be no software release with known bugs.
Yes, it is important to make money. However, good software is much more important.
Shareware release cycles tend to be faster and more customer-focussed than commercial software. Your registration fee is what keeps this cycle going.
What can you do with our software that you cannot do with any other software?
No software is immune to being hacked. It is your decision.
Developing a good application is fun. It gives us the opportunity to learn daily. Having satisfied and happy customers also gives a good feeling.
The CEO of Moth Software Mainz, Beatrix Willius, is an experienced project leader and developer with 20 years experience in the automotive industry. Until June 2018 she worked in the Quality department, where she was the European contact for a software that tracks all sort of defects which are found on cars during development and after start of production.
Since earliest childhood "Motte" - moth in english - is the nickname of the only Favorite Sister from Beatrix - Britta Willius. Nobody remembers where the name comes from.
Beatrix is also a keen gardener on her 700 m2 garden, which is mostly full of beautiful caramel colored Rhine sand. While she is definitely no Beth Chatto the garden is full with mediterranean and prairie plants tolerating the sandy "soil". Visitors are always welcome!
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