About ICS Pairing software engineering and UX design, ICS creates transformational products Our mission Accelerate innovation in key industries through next-level product development. Our road-tested development approach, which weaves expert software engineering with human-centric user experience (UX) design, is reshaping the way businesses conceive and build products. We help forward-thinking companies build innovative products, from agriculture equipment, defibrillators and commercial kitchen appliances to air traffic control and in-vehicle infotainment systems. Explore some of our work >> Our team of software developers, UX designers and other experts devise modern user interfaces, connected products and touchscreen-enabled applications for global organizations like Boeing, Intel and Boston Scientific. Headquartered just outside Boston in Waltham, Mass., we also have offices in Sunnyvale, Calif., Atlanta, Ga. and Ottawa, Canada. History Integrated Computer Solutions (ICS) was founded in Boston in 1987 by Peter Winston, a visionary who followed his instinct that interface design (today UX) was the future. Together with COO Mark Hatch, Winston keeps ICS focused on its goal: accelerating innovation with touch- and voice-powered devices. In the past 15 years, ICS has established itself as the leading independent source of Qt expertise in North America. Today, we provide expert software development, UX design and related product development services across many high-performance industries from medical to manufacturing, helping our customers develop their products on a variety of technologies, including Qt, Android, Windows and HTML5. Boston UX specializes in intuitive interface design for touch- and voice-powered smart devices. Our creative team shapes the user experience for critical connected and embedded products, from defibrillators to self-driving autos. Our ViewPoint Interactive Solutions brand creates custom touchscreen experiences that allow marketers and sales teams to showcase products with captivating interactivity.