About Us

 

 

 
 

Everyday we strive to exceed expectations and to deliver work we can be proud to call our own. we are confident in our ability to meet the demands of a variety of projects and pride ourselfelf on going the extra mile.

 

 
 

Goals & Aspirations

 

 

 
 

The Influens Development Team has a simple goal: to redefine the user experience. No longer is it a matter of using your computer for spreadsheets and word processing. The world of computing has transformed over the last decade to become the center of people's lives. In order to bring the user experience into the twenty-first century, Influens will focus on advancing age old standards while forging new ones. Guided by fundamental design principles and attention to every detail, it is our hope that Influens impacts the way people use their computers, laptops, mobile devices and literally changes the face of an aging environment; let us make it simple creative and influential.

 
 

Definition: influence |ˈɪnflʊəns

 

 

 
 

noun1 [ mass noun ] the capacity to have an effect on the character,development, or behaviour of someone or something, or the effect itself: theinfluence of television violence | I was still under the influence of my parents | [count noun ] : their friends are having a bad influence on them.

• the power to shape policy or ensure favourable treatment from someone,especially through status, contacts, or wealth: the institute has considerable influence with teachers.

• [ count noun ] a person or thing with the capacity to have an influenceon someone or something: Fiona was a good influence on her.

2 Physics, archaic electrical or magnetic induction.

verb [ with obj. ]have an influence on: feminist ideas have influenced the law-makers.

PHRASES under the influence informal affected by alcoholic drink or drugs: he wascharged with driving under the influence.
DERIVATIVES influenceable adjective,influencer noun
ORIGIN late Middle English: from Old French, or from medieval Latininfluentia ‘inflow’, from Latin influere, from in- ‘into’ + fluere ‘to flow’. The word originally had the general sense ‘an influx, flowing matter’, also specifically (in astrology) ‘the flowing in of ethereal fluid (affecting human destiny)’. The sense ‘imperceptible or indirect action exerted to cause changes’ was established in Scholastic Latin by the 13th cent., but not recorded in English until the late 16th cent.