Dixon Walther
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About Us

We are a combination of technology driven creative people, strategic and analytical out of the box thinkers, people who value time, and passionate about what we do.


Dixon Walther is the niche 360° Technology partner for businesses and corporate organizations. Through face-to-face, hybrid and digital experiences, we help companies and organizations to strategically engage in business by leveraging the latest innovations in technology. This effectively activates the target audience by building dedicated online communities needed to strengthen brands and boost performance

We facilitate dialogue and strategic thinking in collaboration with our clients, and work together across practice areas and disciplines to craft solutions that offer our clients the much needed competitive edge.

We have observed that established business rules are constantly being redefined. New business models are emerging; small companies are quickly growing into billion dollar multinationals, aggressively attacking established corporations. A wave of mergers, acquisitions and buy-outs are quickly changing the business landscape.

IT is playing a major role in all of this, be it through controlling production processes or supply chains or by creating real-time links between enterprises and financial markets, thus virtually eliminating arbitrage opportunities by closing the time gaps of trading around the globe. The virtual enterprise is the cornerstone of this ongoing development. Entirely new products and services are being created with the support of modern IT.

At Dixon Walther, we build applications and integration platforms that create cross-organizational synergies and enhance business initiatives. We build technical platforms and back-end systems for new application development based on a solid Enterprise Software Oriented Architectural approach that is the heart of our IT strategy.

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Services We provide

We provide full stack services, which include UI Design, Web, Mobile and Desktop software Development, IT consultancy, monitoring and 24/7 support

Website Design & Devlopment

Any organization acknowledges that its online presence is a critical component to their marketing and corporate strategy. A website is the window to an organization and its offerings. In some cases, a website also serves as a major outlet to an organization products or services, and as such, facilitates revenue generation. At Dixon Walther we recognize these! We offer modern, custom and captivating web designs in close collaboration with our customers. We provide the best user experience and user interactions with our cutting edge designs. For web based applications, we develop complex Web Services based on your business and functional requirements to provide the critical back end engine aimed at facilitating the application's delivery of business value.

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Desktop & Mobile Application Development

From traditional thick client desktop applications that drive your business' day to day operations to the trendy mobile apps, Dixon Walther will work with you every step of the way to deliver cut throat technology inline with the changing needs of the modern consumer.

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Big Data Analytics

Consumers are creating and generating content and data like never before, thanks to social media and mobile technologies. Dixon Walther deploys complex web analytics so as to drive impactful business value by leveraging this consumer generated data by:

  • Unleashing a cross-brand big data solution with a state-of-the-art data warehouse and analytics technology
  • Deploying a solution that goes beyond cross-brand analysis so as to provide merchants with analysis of customer behavior across devices and channels, thereby taking a huge step towards a real 360 degree understanding of the customer
  • Allowing the use of both advanced online analytics and advanced cross-channel analytics
  • Directly impacting and measurably improving online self service thus increasing sales conversions
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E-Commerce Strategy

  • Digital Marketing is evolving quickly, and the digital world is still at an early stage of integration into marketing strategy.
  • Engaging in Digital and online marketing is becoming increasingly essential to maintaining competitive advantage.
  • Dixon Walther will with you organization to leverage digital media so as to develop strategies aimed at reaching new markets by allowing access to inexpensive communication channels and actionable consumer data
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Robotics & Drawing Technology

New technology is changing the way we handle whatever life throws at us. Dixon Walther recognizes the future of our society becoming increasingly dependent on the using of robots and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Our R&D department is working on ambitious innovative ideas to keep up to pace with this rapidly evolving technology.

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IT - Consultancy

Dixon Walther has the expertise and the resources to estimate, manage, implement, deploy and administer small, medium and complex IT systems on behalf our clients. We will work closely with your in implementing your IT strategy and Enterprise Architecture.

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Software Development

Any software which needs to cooperate with Web Servers, or have high interactive throughout web. We provide best user experience and User interaction, Our Web Apps, we pay great attention

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Graphic Designing

Any software which needs to cooperate with Web Servers, or have high interactive throughout web. We provide best user experience and User interaction, Our Web Apps, we pay great attention

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Explainer Videos

Any software which needs to cooperate with Web Servers, or have high interactive throughout web. We provide best user experience and User interaction, Our Web Apps, we pay great attention

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Some Recent Projects

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Nothing ever comes to one, that is worth having, except as a result of hard work.

Our Team Members

Ricky Oyaro

President and CEO

Garnik Giloyan

Team Leader

Andranik Manushakyan

Web Developer

What Our Clients are saying

Our Blog

  • 24 May 2016

    A Day in the life of an Enterprise Architect

    Enterprise architecture has grown from being just a set of small pilots to being a fully sponsored and supported initiative within enterprises. With the growing demands to reduce costs, increase agility, and standardize IT environments, there has been a surge of enterprise architecture activity. According to Gartner and the MIT institute the growing complexities that span across process, information and software are among the three top CIO concerns. Additional pressures come from regulatory bodies that impose compliance guidelines on the industry (such as the Clinger-Cohen Act of 1996 or FFIEC Guidance). Compliance has been a catalyst for the formation of an enterprise architecture practice. This article will walk you through the daily challenges that an enterprise architect faces. By doing so, we hope to provide a unique perspective on this growing role in the IT industry.

  • 15 March 2016

    The Impacts Of Big Data That You May Not Have Heard Of

    Big Data is a buzzword amongst businessmen nowadays. Regardless of industry or company size, it manages to squeeze into every nook and cranny. There are at least three ways that Big Data has been impacting companies that everyone should understand moving forward. It has revolutionized old-school industries. “Big Data has had a tremendous impact on businesses from customer relations to supply chain operations and will continue to do so” says Edwin Miller, CEO of 9Lenses. While many may not be aware of it, Big Data has indeed made a significant impact on many traditional businesses. Capital One is a perfect example. In the 1990s, the credit card industry utilized a uniform-pricing model charging every customer the same price, with the exception of Capital One. The company used a statistical model based on public credit and demographic data to provide customers with “custom-tailored” products. The innovation was one of their cornerstone developments in earning 32% CAGR in net revenue (after provisions) from 1994 to 2003. Consequently, many banks have shifted focus towards Big Data analytics, but the pioneers seem to have maintained their edge. Their annual net revenue has increased by 17% compared with top banks in the US such as Citigroup C -0.33% at 11%, Bank of America BAC +0.20% at 11% and JP Morgan at 6% from 2009 to 2014. Rolls Royce’s success in applying Big Data analytics has influenced the aircraft engine-manufacturing sector. The company consistently monitors approximately 3,700 engines, each of which has hundreds of censors installed, to predict when and where breakdowns may occur. Roll-Royce has transformed from selling only engines to selling packages of both engines and monitoring services and then charging customers based on usage, repairs and replacements. The service currently accounts for more than 70% of their annual revenue in their aircraft engine division.

  • 10 July 2016

    Harnessing the power of agile development

    Integrating an acquired business means adjusting business processes, integrating data and technology platforms, and onboarding teams. When we acquired Nokia, each area posed significant integration complexity for both our joining and existing teams due to differences in size, processes, and priorities. A number of factors influence the level of process and technology integration between merging companies. In the case of the Nokia integration, we analyzed the state of the disparate and out-of-date product data management (PDM) systems that were in place and decided to migrate everyone to a new unified platform, OnePDM. In considering this opportunity, Microsoft Device teams requested we use this as an opportunity to move our hardware teams to a platform with industry-leading capabilities. Creating a centralized solution was also an important step toward a larger initiative—establishing a single product lifecycle management (PLM) platform. In practice, this created a complex challenge for us at Microsoft IT and the business teams. The many existing processes across the businesses evolved over years. Unifying them to a single PDM process and system would require significant collaboration with the product groups and Microsoft Supply Chain, consistent revisiting of future state requirements, and consideration of industry standards to define the new OnePDM platform’s standard process and features. This complex collaboration needed to be done without affecting product build and release schedules. The complexity required us to reconsider how we organized and engaged with others to quickly establish a robust, dynamic PDM platform. Agile development was integral to quickly prototype working software that global teams could evaluate quickly, resulting in faster, more efficient delivery of OnePDM.

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