AFFECTLI is a human-centric technology model that was designed to revolutionise the way businesses operate - designed to support humans in order to make them more efficient in the workplace, and in turn, give them more time with family and loved ones.

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As a commercial software company, we must decide on a case-by-case basis which parts of our software we contribute to the OSS community, and which parts we keep in closed-source repositories. 

70% of digital transformations fail* as a result of “transformation exhaustion”.  In layman's terms, this is because multiple products and processes were not synchronized to allow for a cohesive, strategic and effective approach to the organisation’s needs or PPS.

The principle behind the Human Centric model is that you need to apply empathy to understand the problems people and communities face, then design a solution that serves them.

The simple solution is to combine technology with science to create a Safe City. With the advances in technology now available to us, not only are we able to create safe cities, but we can make them smart too

The Network Effect is changing the landscape and paradigm of what we have become accustomed to and can best be described as this: When users sign up for a product or service, it increases its value and utility for current and future users. The more users, the greater the effect.

Life as we know it has been turned on its head and everything we have been “programmed” to do has been challenged.

Mi-C3’s Affectli crew contributed as a team to Earth Day on 22 April 2018 – to help end plastic pollution. Plastic is threatening our planet’s survival, from poisoning and injuring marine life to disrupting human hormones, from littering our beaches and landscapes to clogging our streams and landfills.  Malta’s Earth Day Cleanup initiative was the catalyst that inspired our team to give up a few hours of their Sunday, to clean up trash in the area of our office location.

There was a term in the 70s and 80s, and for some smaller businesses a bit behind the time into the 1990s: ‘computerisation’. When the bulky, whirring, blurry screens marched into banks and offices the promise of a paperless workplace free of routine and unnecessary complexities shone like a rising summer sun.

Mi-C3 today announced that it has been assessed by Cup Cert Ltd , and meets the requirements of Information Technology Management System , with the scope: Provision of software development, design and system integration services, Sales, maintenance and service support of information and communication technology of its Affectli platform , custom applications and components in accordance with ISO/IEC 20000-1:2011.

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