Custom Solutions


Working with Structr is highly efficient because it supports you on all the typical software development tasks that ususally require different tools, platforms, techniques and people.

Model, import and manage data, define business logic, develop web applications, do graph visualization, write queries, apply security:

As Structr is a self-contained application development and runtime environment, everything can be done in the Structr UI - no need for additional software.

The result is just configuration data stored in a Neo4j database, from where it can be saved to a filesystem and deployed to any Structr instance.

A Structr application runs in the same environment as it is developed on, resulting in extremely short roundtrip times for changes.

With all data being served from a graph database, even dynamic and complex pages are rendered in a few tenths of a second.


As the inventors of Structr, we know how to use it, thus having a large advantage when creating software solutions with Structr, and we share this advantage with you, our customers.

A custom solution built on Structr is typically created in half the time compared to classical custom development techniques.

Most Structr projects we do are very agile. We start with a two-day workshop which results in a working presentable proof-of-concept prototype.

The prototype is then being further developed based on the requirements and can then directly used in production, no need to throw it away and rebuilt from scratch.


Even sophisticated and sometimes complex requirements can be met.

As an example, the Semantic PDM (Product Data Management) System at the german toy manufacturer Schleich, was built in just a few months, from conception to going live, including migration of the entire product data out of existing databases and systems.

Not only a new central product repository has been created, serving product data to surrounding systems like an ERP system or marketing tools.

We also created use-case specific micro-apps, tailored to the needs of the most important people in the project: The users.

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