Software as purpose-built business tools


We leverage the right skills to build the business tools you need to achieve results.

FAQ

What clients ask us for...


We have seen many requests over the years. Here are some of the most common.

Our processes are really complicated. How can we make them more efficient?

There are many ways to solve these types of challenges and we are experienced at comming up with creative, pragmatic approaches.

Can a web application do what we need?

Depending on your field of work, you may not be as up to speed with latest developments. So best to ask a professional. Contact us for answers on your most pressing challenges.

How can we use our data as a resource to improve the bottom line?

We have performed some incredible operations on data in the past. We could turn those gigabytes into profit mechanisms.

Our Project Process


We have developed a process for performing work on time and on budget.

Our process is effective.
  1. 1
    Define your requirements

    For us this is the most critical aspect of projects. Here a root cause analysis is performed to identify exactly what problem needs to be solved. Specifications and requirements are developed to solve these problems and the project moves to the next stage.

  2. 2
    Plan out Project Scope

    Using the specifications and requirements the project's scope is defined. Time frames are associated with the scope and a project schedule is created.

  3. 3
    Design

    Now that there is mutual understanding of what needs to be built, the project work begins. Some of the tasks that are required are as follows; software architecture, data models, database designs, user experience design, user identification, accessibility, conversion strategies, prototype building and user acceptance.

  4. 4
    Execution and testing

    Further development is performed on all the required items from above. As part of the development testing procedures are developed and integrated. Our development cycles follow the ISO 9001 PDCA cycle.

  5. 5
    Hand over and training

    Once the development is complete, the product goes through user testing. When accepted training commences so that all users of the project are aware of the do's and don'ts