UX and Tech Innovations for Complex Industries

Solving Complex Problems with Graph Technologies

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UX and Tech Innovations for Complex Industries

Transforming Agronomy via the Internet of Things

UX and Tech Innovations for Complex Industries

Productizing R&D for Science and Engineering

UX and Tech Innovations for Complex Industries

Streamlining Mission-Critical Systems

UX and Tech Innovations for Complex Industries

Crafting Reactive UIs at HPC Scale

We bring challenging product ideas to reality.

Expero has deep expertise in solving problems in complex domains that often involve Big Data, IoT and high-performance computing. Decades of experience enable us to innovate when it’s the right thing to do, and to reduce the risks associated with defining, designing and building complex applications and websites. Because nobody wants to build a beautiful wrong thing.

Product Strategy

Your brilliant product needs a brilliant game plan. Let’s get there.

User Experience

It’s complicated, but we’ll make it usable and beautiful.

Architecture & Development

A complex system doesn’t mean a messy back end. Let’s build it right.

Who We Are

Since 2003, we’ve built a team of curious UX experts who love solving the toughest problems in a range of industries. We are software and business consultants with a UX focus, not pixel pushers (not that there’s anything wrong with that).

Years of experience, on average, for Expero staff

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Lab7 Systems

Software that improves operations of labs for genetic sequencing

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Upcoming Events


Performance is not an Option: Building services with GRPC and Cassandra

NDC Oslo Conference, Oslo, Norway

Presented by Dave Bechberger

June 9th, 2016

Electric Cloud Webinar

Continuous Discussions Episode 45: DevOps and Security

Featuring Dave Bechberger

Noon CDT June 14, 2016

7 Steps to Increase User Adoption in the Enterprise

Achieving user adoption goals for enterprise software can be challenging. Many enterprises are seeing their traditional user bases erode as millennials make up more of their user population and the software is seen as too hard to use or not valuable. Some enterprise products never seem to initially engage audiences enough to quite get off the ground.

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