Over the past 22 years the Real-Time Coffee Shoppe (RTCS) has worked on a variety of diverse software products, solutions and projects.
Here is a brief outline of some of our varied development work:
Radio station automation software.
Audio capture and playback software.
Audio decompression software utilities.
MIDI monitoring utilities.
Factory automation and industrial control systems (ICS/SCADA).
Batch weighing software.
Business database integration software.
Automated weighbridge applications.
Database exchange and synchronisation software.
SMS (Short Message Service) applications.
Product counting applications.
Web-based reporting solutions.
Vehicle tracking and security applications.
Power, UPS and server-room remote monitoring solutions.
For a better understanding of what RTCS does (and what we could do for you), please have a look at some of the products, solutions and services that we can provide, as well as some of the many successful projects that we have worked on.
For more information about us and our products, please feel free to contact us.
What's In A Name?
Welcome to the Coffee Shoppe with a big difference! "Why?" you may ask, well it's simple, we don't serve Coffee and we aren't a Shoppe! "False advertising!" you scream. The truth is that we didn't want to name our company "John Doe's Computer Software Development Company" as it's too dull and you probably wouldn't remember the name! So we decided on something obscure, hence "The Real-Time Coffee Shoppe" (RTCS) :
Real-Time - We decided on "Real-Time" as everything in this modern computerized world of ours has to happen in "Real-Time" i.e. this very instant (Instant Coffee!?!).
Coffee - Coffee is associated with relaxing and that's hopefully what our software will allow you to do. (Or was it from the vast amounts of coffee we drink while programming and brain-storming!?!)
Shoppe - Shop, but spelt the "old school" way. We like to think of ourselves as a friendly helpful place where we can provide people with software solutions for their needs and problems, but we probably put it in while on a caffeine buzz!