We have on site and off shore teams as well to build application software to meet the client's requirements and map with the business processes. We follow the time tested SDLC of the four Ds - Discover, Design, Develop and Deploy with well-defined deliverables at every stage. We groomed our methodologies of development from TDD (Test Driven Development) to Agile methodologies. Our team leads are well versed in Agile methodologies with the skills to set effective sprints and execute them to meet our customer's objectives and deliver the most optimistic solutions of software. We develop mobile friendly, multi-tenant and SaaS model applications.
In order to harness the full potential of emerging technologies, we have set up a Center of Excellence (CoE) for Application Development and Maintenance. It is here that we develop Proofs of Concept (POCs) before adopting a particular technology. The pioneering innovations undertaken in our Centre of Excellence have resulted in successfully leveraging the best of technologies for best-fit solutions. Some examples include:
Distributed Agile Methodology: The Distributed Agile development methodology is a proven, seamless on-site/offshore framework designed to accelerate project cycles, improve quality, and maximize ROI while dramatically lowering the cost of implementation as well as the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
Agile Development Methodology: The agile development methodology, which is a hybrid of XP and Scrum, is adapted for working with an offshore team. The proposed development methodology enables faster time-to-market, ensures that various functional and technical challenges are broken down into manageable pieces and provides frequent and honest feedback about the status. This process follows a well-defined process to project execution.
Iterative Methodology:Iterative approach is adapted to find and rectify errors at an early stage of software development lifecycle. This methodology helps the development process to be flexible, easy to manage, and allows the developers to capitalize on the learning accumulated during the development of earlier parts or versions of the solution.
WTT (Wilmer Transition and Transformation) Methodology: The WTT Methodology helps transition support for existing processes and applications to deliver quality service consistently.
Web and Application Server platforms: Apache, IIS, Tomcat, JBoss, WebLogic, WebSphere, Oracle App Server, SharePoint, BizTalk Server, Allaire, JRun, ColdFusion, Broadvision.
Creative Graphic Tools: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Macromedia Flash, Macromedia Dreamweaver.
Mobility: Android, IOS, Angular.JS, PhoneGap, Ionic, Worklite, Objective-C & Cocoa Touch
Database Servers: Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL, NoSQL, Microsoft SQL Server, DB2, Sybase
Social Networking Platform Integration: Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, LinkedIn, Gigya, Jive SBS, Jabber, Vivox and JForum
Content Management: Wordpress, Drupal, Joomla, OpenCMS and SharePoint