IT experts invent a product to determine the psychological profiles

Aram Hovsepyan was born in Yerevan, Armenia. Between 1996 and 2000 he has lived in Burgas, Bulgaria where he has graduated the PMG N Obreshkov high school in 1998. Since 2000 he has been living in Leuven, Belgium where he has obtained a Master’s Degree in Informatics from the KU Leuven.

He holds a PhD in Engineering Sciences from KU Leuven. His dissertation is in the area of Model-Driven Software Development. Aside from being an expert in this field, Aram is also specialized in software architectures, security and privacy engineering. He is still involved as a senior researcher at IMEC-DistriNet (KULeuven) where he mainly focuses on the valorization aspect of the cutting-edge software methodologies.

Aram is the CEO of Codific, founded in 2011 in Leuven, Belgium. In 2014 Codific grows internationally by expanding to Bulgaria. Codific is specialized in custom software development and software consultancy services. Codific projects cover a broad spectrum of software solutions ranging from custom-built enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems to complex Internet of Things applications. Amongst the core software development disciplines the firm is highly specialized in software security. In 2016 Codific was ranked first in the initial round of a cyber security challenge organized by the Bulgarian Ministry of Defense. Final round is still upcoming.

Codific is mostly proud of its team of highly skilled and motivated professionals. The team is keen on learning new concepts and technologies, tackling new challenges and constantly self-improving. The team’s objectives match with the organization’s strategic goals, which sets the perfect scene for the firm’s slogan, i.e. “we code terrific”.

One of the most essential projects of our firm is from the HR domain and is centered on human being the key resource for any firm. The goal of the project is to measure and improve teams constantly in order to achieve the utopia of the HR – self-learning/self-steering teams. The project largely consists of two modules. The first module is a continuous assessment module that measure a number of key individual and team parameters including (but not limited to) the psychological profile* (for instance, whether an individual is a natural leader (red), an analytical perfectionist (blue), an extrovert networker (yellow) or a friendly and persistent team player). Research suggests that a good understanding of strengths and weaknesses, enables individuals to develop effective strategies for interaction and can help them to better respond to the demands of their environment.

The second module of the system is more pro-active where team weaknesses are transformed into a number of goals that can be tackled in different ways varying from Do It Yourself workshops to seminars by experts in the problem domain.

The platform is used by large corporations, such as banks, telecom operators, etc.


*The origins of personality theory can be traced back to the fifth century BC, when Hippocrates identified four distinct energies exhibited by different people. One of the most widely applied models of personality was first identified by the Swiss psychologist Carl Gustav Jung. This model was published in his 1921 work “Psychological Types” and developed in subsequent writings.

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