Our Story

We’ve always believed that operating an eCommerce business should be simple and effortless.

Sometimes we’d have so many great ideas that it felt simple and straightforward, and other times we would spend hours trying to find a unique way to catch the eye. At times it honestly felt like guesswork, so we realized we had to get to work building a solution. In that moment Syntax IQ was born and we’ve never looked back since.

By taking the time to build a service you can use to automate the constant demand for content without any of the stress or guesswork that you’re used to, we’ve changed the way the eCommerce world works. Now you can think of creative text, video and graphic content as just another service you can get sorted in seconds, all without having to sit and think for hours on end while your audience starts buying from someone else.

Our Beliefs

High Standards In Everything

We build products that directly reflect our users to their customers. Therefore, we must maintain high standards in terms of the products we build and output we deliver. Everytime we settle for less, we are putting their business, brand and reputation at risk. We are one with the customer in which our interest is seen through our business.

    Don’t Sit on The Fence

    Tough decisions are made everyday. These include decisions in technology, communication, partnerships, finance and life. Problems are never solved when we're indecisive. Therefore, it's important that we have high conviction with every decision and make clear choices. Sitting on the fence increases bureaucracy, reduces company agility and leads to a lack of transparency. Customers also benefit when they can clearly understand the decisions we've made on our product.

      Mental Health Matters

      In the short term, companies often benefit from the deterioration of their employees mental health. Whether that's through long work hours, discriminatory environments or bureaucracy preventing people from excelling. However, in the long term, its almost always detrimental to the overall health of not only the business but society at large. The institutional knowledge that a person builds up over time is invaluable and can actually turn into a competitive advantage. We take mental health seriously and pay attention to the well-being of our team. The longer everyone is here, the stronger we are as a company.

        Think In Terms of Momentum

        Opportunities multiply as they are seized and they die when neglected. Momentum are why businesses succeed and fail over the long term. Momentum often comes and goes but the longer our business can sustain it, the more likely we'll exist for decades.

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