Projects and products


kVASyClipse is the Eclipse-based Java development environment for kVASy5. It follows our vision of industrial software manufacture and relies entirely on model-driven software development (MDSD)

Central to this is its own modelling language (DSL) for developing client/server applications.

Using this, the developer can model the necessary artefacts and the basic framework of the application is already generated.

The developer is thus bound to a defined development process so that the application’s code base is erosion free and exhibits assured quality.


quasiAdmin administrates the Oracle database (quasiDBA) as well as the Oracle Fusion Middleware (quasiMWA) for an application. Normally more than one instance exists in the application – the individual instances share the parts of the infrastructure. By putting the application at the centre of all activities, quasiAdmin supports the application administrator who should also administrate the Oracle technology base „on the side“.


Sculo was developed in order to be able to effectively maintain the product backlog in our projects as one of the most important artefacts in SCRUM. It is the product owner tool and reflects our implementation of SCRUM.

User stories (tasks) are recorded in a hierarchical structure which can be changed at any time. After the product owner has recorded these, the team can carry out an appraisal clause in a separate view. The advantage of this view is that certain elements are enlarged so that the information can be projected onto a wall in a clearly visible manner.


This is followed by the sprint phases. Every sprint can be created and prepared by the product owner. A further view aids the presentation of the sprint in front of the entire team and splitting the individual user stories into smaller subtasks, which can then be assigned to the respective team members. In addition to sprints, releases/milestones can be defined. The required user stories are assigned to a release/milestone, these should then be implemented on the planned date. In this way, the range of functions of a release/milestone can be easily defined.

An analysis can be retrospectively carried out for every sprint in which the most important files are displayed in the form of diagrams. Furthermore, analyses of the entire project process are displayed.

Further features:

  • Multi-user functional (several users can view a project at the same time)
  • File-based (no database installation required)
  • PDF exports (different levels of detail)
  • Integrated comprehensive help section
  • Multilingual (English and German)