How long have you been in business?
Cornelius Concepts was officially established in Washington state in 1990 after working with a few clients during college. David Cornelius moved the business to Oregon in 1993 where it has remained ever since.
Why was Cornelius Concepts founded?
Cornelius Concepts was founded to make life easier for business people trying to run their business. In the early days, we saw people go to seminars or hear on the news that computers will help their business so they would buy a computer but then not know what to do with it. We would listen to information problems they wanted help with and would setup a database or steer them to software to help them manage that information. Today, computers are everywhere and people are much more technically savvy. Accordingly, the bulk of our time is now spent crafting software solutions from requests. We still help people understand the capabilities and limitations of their technology, but also open their eyes to possibilities they may not have considered.
Where did the logo come from and what does it represent?
The logo represents information and processes that we fit together into a user-friendly solution. Computers read ones and zeros and can only deal with discrete values, but humans need to understand the information as it relates to their business, their customers, and their environment. The logo was designed by Mahlon Davis of White Space Design in the mid 1990s.
How many people are part of Cornelius Concepts?
Cornelius Concepts has one key person, David Cornelius, who founded the business and does most of the development work. If needed, he has a network of technical colleagues to which he can outsource jobs. He also frequents multiple online forums to keep up-to-date with other developers.
Does Cornelius Concepts support any open source projects?
Yes, Cornelius Concepts has a GitHub account with several small utility programs, most of which are in Delphi. Being the coordinator for the Oregon Delphi User Group, there are also several demos that have been developed for presentations over the years.