GATIF inc. (GATIF) is a privately-held, software development firm based in
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, with representation around the world. Like the city we
are based in, GATIF is made up of a diverse collection of software development
experts from around the world.
GATIF specializes in developing solutions for
Communication Service Providers (CSP), and other complimentary OSS software
development companies, that require Network Inventory / Resource Management
tools which utilize Microsoft COM, DCOM and .Net technology.
include Resource Management software products which radically improve the
efficiency of planning, operating and maintaining multi-service networks, as
well as advanced portal, document management and knowledge management solutions.
GATIF’s core product is Waypoint™ which provides a simple, fast, targeted method
of modeling networks for Communication Service Providers around the world.
Waypoint™ is the platform from which new, customized product modules are
developed. Waypoint's code base is a stable time honored product base that is the
foundation for many other independent software products (thru licensing
agreements) around the world. Waypoint’s code base is being used by over 50
telecommunication carriers globally. By working closely with Telecommunication
providers, software development experts, we strive to uncover the most relevant
needs associated with modeling and maintaining telecom networks.
practice ranges from hands-on consulting to complete end-to-end analysis,
design, construction and integration of telecom and enterprise solutions. Our
extensive repository of practical methods, templates and best practices combined
with highly experienced and dedicated professionals enables us to deliver
superior applications that meet our clients' requirements. GATIF is committed to
providing all of our source and object code as Open Source code in order to
speed up and further the development of OSS solutions for Telecom providers
|We will continue to partner with like minded CSP’s and software
development individuals around the world in order to build open tools that
telecom carriers form around the world can afford to deploy, develop and