What we build: Custom web applications. Unique software as a service. Specialized software.
What you get: One-of-a-kind features and functionality that work. An edge on your competition. A business management platform. A robust online product. A custom e-Commerce system. You get the point.
We start with a unique discovery workshop to help establish a clear picture of your goals and define high level features. We have developed an intense process that allows us to explore all of your ideas and map requirements and functionality needed for a successful launch. Then we apply our own take on Agile Scrum which streamlines our efforts to provide you with the best possible product.
We start with a unique discovery workshop to help establish a clear picture of your goals and objectives. This process allows us to explore all of your ideas and map requirements and functionality needed for success. Then we apply our proven process to help balance features, time, and budget. We believe this gives you the best product within a reasonable budget.
Utilizing open source PHP Frameworks MVC, we follow the latest best practices of the PHP community such as using Composer, Autoloading and Dependency Injection. Information architecture is part of our process, which helps align your vision with end-user needs and expectations.
Baked into our development
- Controller-based routing
- Role-based access control (RBAC)
- Modular architecture
- Extensible command line interface
- Utilities for data grids, form building, pagination
- Schema management and migration
- Robust validation and hook systems
- Query builder with fluent API
- Built-in REST API
- Bootstrap theme for Dijit
- Protection from attack vectors
- and more…
What that means for you
- Enterprise level security
- Get to market faster
- Fully customizable front-end
- Complete control of the back-end
- In-depth data reporting
- Event driven engagement analytics
- Scalable architecture
- Clean code for increased life span
- Integrates with almost any 3rd party system
- Robust platform to grow with
- and more…
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