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dualogy develops premium quality software products that are a pleasure to use and accelerate your productivity.
dualogy was founded in 2005 by Philipp Schumann in Potsdam, near Berlin (Germany). In 1998, he started out creating the IT consulting firm c:ndg (today: equaduct), having provided bespoke software development services and having realized various projects for clients from the USA, the UK and Germany until recently (some of them in co-operation with partner company aXon).
Phil received a B.Sc. in Computing and Intelligent Systems at Brookes University in Oxford (UK).
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