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ISO 9001:2008 Certified

Product

Computer software is the product that software professionals build. It encompasses programs that execute within a computer of any size and architecture, documents that encompass hardcopy and virtual forms, and data that encompasses numbers and text, but also includes representations of pictorial, video, and audio information.

Software evolution is the process by which programs change shape, adapt to the marketplace and inherit characteristics from preexisting programs. Our unique process achieves effectivenees, maintenability, predictability repetability and quality in software systems

Process

Consistently developing high quality solutions on time and under strict budget constraints is a challenge for any business. The 'Microsoft Solutions framework' provides people and process guidance to help become more successful in delivering business-driven technology solutions to customers. MSF is a deliberate and disciplined approach to technology projects based on a defined set of principles, models, disciplines, concepts, guidelines, and proven practices from Microsoft.

MSF components can be applied individually or collectively to improve success rates for the following types of projects:

  • Software development projects, including mobile, Web and e-commerce applications, Web services, mainframe, and n-tier.
  • Infrastructure deployment projects, including desktop deployments, operating system upgrades, enterprise messaging deployments, and configuration and operations management systems deployments.
  • Packaged application integration projects, including personal productivity suites, enterprise resource planning (ERP), and enterprise project management solutions.
  • Any complex combination of the above.

MSF guidance for these different project types focuses on managing the "people and process," as well as the technology elements that most projects encounter. Because the needs and practices of technology teams are constantly evolving, the materials gathered into MSF are continually changing and expanding.

As a global software soltions vendor we constantly search for universally advocated orgnizational improvement models that serve as road maps for initiating, planning and implementing improvement actions.

The IDEAL sm Model

The IDEAL sm Model is named for the five phases it describes: initiating, diagnosing, establishing,
acting and learning.
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The IDEAL model forms an infrastructure to guide organizations in planning and implementing an effective software process improvement program, and is the founding strategy employed in delivering many Software Engineering Institute (SEI) services. Organizations that follow the IDEAL approach to software process improvement (SPI) can effectively integrate SEI technologies, courses, workshops, and services into a comprehensive method for managing and improving their overall capacity.

Professional & staff specialization

Our Primary service is a custom application & development, including software for

  • Back End Appilcations
  • Multi-Tire applications
  • Enterprise resource planning systems
  • Content Management Systems
  • Cross-Media publication Systems
  • E commerce solutions

To remain technically competent in an evolving global secnario we strive to keep abrest of happenings in world of open source and security. We there fore have on our panel, engineers who provide us with valuable insights into the following domains to deliver cutting edge business solutions.

  • Networking
  • Wireless Technology
  • Linux
  • Security
  • System Administration

Professional and staff specialization

Languages: ASP, ASP.NET, Visual Basic, C/C++, C#, CSS, Java, JSP, XML, XSD, XSLT, Perl, PHP, HTML, Javascript

Server platforms: J2EE, Microsoft.NET, MS Windows, MS Commerce Server, MS Transaction Server, MS IIS, Linux, Apache

Software platforms: ActiveX, Win32 API, ISAPI, TAPI, COM, DCOM, COM+, Sun Java 2 SDK, Java Beans, RMI, JNF, CORBA

Databases: MS-SQL, Oracle, DB/2, Sybase, Informix, MySQL, MS-Access, Paradox

Protocols: HTTP, SOAP, TCP/IP, UDP, XML

Methodologies: RUP, UML, OOA&OOD