We architect, design and implement innovative Microsoft .NET based solutions to satisfy complex business problems.
We have established a .NET practice to act as a centre of competence for our expertise in all Microsoft products and technologies.
We work directly with Microsoft to ensure that our Architects, Designers and Technical Consultants have the industry recognised certifications, as well as the experience that our clients expect and deserve.
In recognition of our continued commitment and success, we have been awarded specific Microsoft Gold Competencies. These competencies not only help to align our business with Microsoft, but also provide our customers with the confidence they are receiving the best advice and project expertise from an innovative implementation partner.
Our implementation teams have designed and delivered Java/J2EE solutions since 1997.
The pervasiveness of Java/J2EE as a global technology platform is based on the well-known benefits of an open standards approach. However, it’s not always clear how to maximise those benefits within a complex enterprise environment.
Delivering high-quality Agile solutions using Service Oriented Architectures requires knowledge of best practice. Our Java/J2EE practice serves as a centre of competence for our expertise in all Java/J2EE related products and technologies.
Our Architects, Designers and Technical Consultants maintain a deep understanding of the latest industry-approved Java/J2EE approaches and frameworks, as well as the latest products provided by our partners to recommend the very best technical solution to our clients.
The key to all successful software implementations is a well-designed and stable architecture.
An Agile and collaborative approach allows us to dive into client requirements quickly and thoroughly. The practice is best described as part workshop and part interview. It extracts complex information about the current process (or lack thereof) and maps out recommendations for a solution.
This is the cornerstone of our approach and the Information Architecture (IA) blueprint is typically produced after this workshop. This contains a detailed breakdown of all necessary SharePoint artefacts and other approaches, such as security groups, policies in Directory Services, firewalls and certificates.
Maximising Return on Investment
Our clients have already invested in SharePoint so our approach is to protect that investment and get the best value for their money. We find the best possible way to leverage core functionality.
If it cannot be done through out-of-the-box configuration, we will then customise and extend. We always “future proof” our solutions in a way that won’t constrain future growth or the use of product updates.« Back to News and Opinion