testimonials
contact us
about us
partners
site map
courses
clients
home
news
links

 

SOA & UML course in Stockport
(near Manchester)

22nd September 2008


Web Usability Patterns Site


Web Usability Products & Services

A comprehensive tutorial on UML





      
your requirementscustom solutionsexpert helpwhitepapers

  application development - B2B, n-tier, e_commerce, ...

   

Applications now have to fit in with the online market, eg deploy n-tier, and flexibly work towards B2B collaborations.

B2B application development requirements
Business-to-Business applications have revitalized online commerce.  By shifting the focus from the consumer, problems of demand have evaporated.  The application fulfils real business need, most often as a result of an existing business relationship.  The difference in cost, speed, and ease of use; are decisive reasons to switch for your clients.

We can advise and help you carve out a niche in this new market.  We can also recommend a low risk migration path.

n-tier application development requirements
The ubiquitous n-tier model and incumbent technologies - application servers, J2EE, COM+, and now .NET.  How do you migrate to this stage and capitalize on benefits, such as:
  •  scalability, performance, and security
  •  transactional integrity, and easy messaging
  •  language independence, standard configurable deployment
e-commerce application development requirements
A considerable factor in dot.com failure is the complete disregard paid to usability and even functionality, in many e-commerce sites.  As with any selling, failure to put the customer first is fatal.  Learn from the painful experience of others and avoid countless pitfalls.  Model your site on a blueprint for e-commerce that has been refined and refactored through experience.

complete solutions for application development (consultancy, courses, workshops, mentoring, seminars, development)

 
application development | languages | development technology | usability
email us  or  tel  UK:  01625 850 839  international:  +44 1625 850 839