Services we provide

 We provide all services from a full turnkey project including hosting and support, to individual services, such as business analysis, project management or software development.

We cover the following area with our services:

  • Custom tailored application development: We deliver applications that exceed your expectations, all delivered on time and within budget.
  • Consulting: You need additional help in your current project? You can rely on our services:
    • Business Analysis: Our strength is to understand what you need and translate it into clear technical requirements.
    • Project Management: Being on top of things and consequently following an iterative approach always leads us to successful project completion
    • Software Architecture & Development: We build state of the art software applications which run reliably 24x7
  • Database Design and support: We understand relational databases from every angle and better yet we also know more than just one database system.
  • Integration: We will integrate about any system that exists with your application.
  • Data Migration: We have a vast experience to migrate, clean and convert data as part of an application migration or as a one off project.
  • Legacy: Do you have a legacy application no one wants to maintain? Talk to us, we might be able to help.
  • Application Hosting: Do you want us to host, maintain and support your application? Our commitment to provide a service of excellence is never ending.
  • PDF/A conversion: We are a reseller of Luratech and help you to manage your pdf archival needs.
  • Open Source: We have been using Open Source since its inception. We know what to look out for and will help you to make the right choice in the jungle of Open Source.


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