Wherever possible, Objenix adopts the principles of Object-Oritented software development. This typically starts at
the architecture and design stages using elements of the Unified Process and UML modelling and continues into the detailed
design and implementation using technologies such as C++, C#, Python and PHP. Client projects have included large
in-house server-based transactional systems, database-driven web sites and stand-alone scientific desktop software.
Objenix was started in 1997 by Neale Whyatt who, after several years working for a biotechnology start-up in Cambridge, moved into London-based management consulting roles,
first for KPMG Management Consulting and then the IBM Object Technology Practice. Having developed the skills required to realise complete software projects from vision to
implementation across both small and large organisations, Neale formed Objenix Limited and over the past 20 years has assisted a small number of prestigious
clients including JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, Thales e-Security and Illumina.