A Hong Kong Tech Company
The Builder International Limited
Headquartered in Hong Kong, The Builder International Limited is built to provide technical solutions that uplift social and business efficiencies. At The Builder, we’re obsessed with the latest technologies and we want to bring them to our clients. With our professional skillsets and passion in technology, we strive to become the best in our field.
Our Company Philosophy
Design Thinking First
Design Thinking is a human-centric and iterative design methodology that provides a solution-based approach to solving problems. The five stages of Design Thinking include: Empathise, Define, Ideate, Prototype, and Test. At The Builder, we leverage the power of technologies and deliver human-centric solutions by putting Design Thinking at the top of our list.
An Exponential Mindset
Linear thinking is only believing what you can see. Therefore, when you think linearly, you’re blinded from the future. At The Builder, we believe that leveraging technologies is the key to creating massive growth momentum. With a greater growth factor, social and business advancements can be accelerated exponentially. And it is our mission to bring the momentum to you and your business.
“We hire people who want to make the best things in the world. You'd be surprised how hard people work around here. They work nights and weekends, sometimes not seeing their families for a while. Sometimes people work through Christmas to make sure the tooling is just right at some factory in some corner of the world so our product comes out the best it can be. People care so much, and it shows.”Steve JobsCo-founder, Apple Inc.
“The common thread for everything I do is this idea of a Web-services architecture. What does that mean? It means taking components of software and systems and having them be self-describing, so that you can aim them, ask them what their capabilities are, and communicate with them using a standard protocol.”Bill GatesFounder, Microsoft Corporation
“The joke about SAP has always been, it's making 1950s German manufacturing methodology, implemented in 1960s software technology, delivered to 1970-style manufacturing organisations, like, it's really – yeah, the incumbency – they are still the lingering hangover from the dot-com crash.”Marc AndreessenFounder, Netscape & Andreessen Horowitz
“I often compare open source to science. To where science took this whole notion of developing ideas in the open and improving on other peoples' ideas and making it into what science is today and the incredible advances that we have had. And I compare that to witchcraft and alchemy, where openness was something you didn't do.”Linus TorvaldsCreator, Linux