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Technology: for innovation and competitive advantage

Understanding your business

We provide a strategic context for the evolution of your IT system in response to the constantly changing needs of your business environment. You achieve the optimal balance between IT efficiency and business innovation to deliver competitive advantage.

This means understanding and responding to business challenges including:

  • Rapidly changing domestic and global market conditions
  • Increasingly complex technology environment
  • Diverse and complex products and services
  • Shorter product cycles and faster times to market
  • Complex alliances with business partners

As the pace of change accelerates, IT systems must quickly adapt and be flexible enough to also support operational changes in your business. We offer support across areas including:

Process and methodologies

You can rely on our years of experience and established methodologies to help maximise vital areas of your IT performance including:

  • Testing Methodology—Automated & Manual
  • Security and Access Management framework
  • 24×7 Apps Support Methodology
  • Application Management Methodology
  • Application Monitoring Methodology
  • Application Portfolio Assessment Methodology
  • Transition Methodology
  • Transformation Methodology

Our Technology Stack


Oracle, Sybase, SQL Server, MySQL, MS Access, NOSQL, Data Lake.


Big data, Data science, Informatica, Data stage, Cognos, Business Objects, Teradata, SSRS, SAS, Humming Bird, Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning/AI, Python/Java development experience related to AI application.


Documentum, Filenet, Drupal.


.NET Framework ( ASP.NET, WPF, WCF, WWF), Java Technologies (Core Java, Spring, Struts, Spring Boot, Java Micro Services) and Oracle Technologies based development.


Programme/Project Management, Business Analysis, Systems Analysis, Performance Monitoring, Enterprise/Data Architectural design, System/Database administration, Manual and Automated Testing.

Legacy Integration

Mainframe, As/400.


SAP based modules (FI/CO-PO/AP/AR/LR), CRM, SCM – SD/MM/PP, PLM, SRM, Oracle Applications.

BI Tools

Hadoop, HBASE, PIG, HIVE, Spago BI, Pentahao, Talend, SSRS, R Analysis, Kafka, Open TSDB, Python, Zookeeper, Ambari, Sqoop, Flume, HCatalog, Cascading, Mahout, Impala, Spark, Zookeeper.


Selenium, SoapUI

Our Architecture Approach

Considering the following challenges, we address the problem space in a defined discovery framework with identified outcome and best practices of our organisation:

  • Aligning IT and corporate goals
  • Organizing and using data
  • Instituting cross-functional information systems
  • Using IT for competitive breakthroughs
  • Integrating systems
  • Capitalizing on advances in IT
  • Connecting to customers or suppliers
  • Updating obsolete systems
  • Creating an information architecture
  • Implementing business reengineering

Enterprise Architecture

Our Enterprise architecture is a framework composed of four architectural perspectives: business, application, information, and technology.

A key factor in achieving these goals is to establish a comprehensive, high-level Enterprise architecture. This provides the framework for an ongoing process of discovery and refinement, which is implemented in a series of projects to arrive at a desired future state for your entire organisation’s IT infrastructure and application systems.

Business Architecture

Technology implementation can either accelerate or impede your ability to adapt to changing business conditions. It can reduce costs create inefficiency. Let us help you design a Business Architecture that aligns your IT strategy with day-to-day activities and business objectives.

  • Maximise the value of existing IT assets
  • Optimise the value of IT investment by anticipating future business needs
  • Improve and extend cross-functional capabilities to reach customers, suppliers, and stakeholders more effectively

Application Architecture

This represents the services, information, and functionality that cross organisational boundaries, linking users of different skills and functions to achieve common business objectives including:

  • Descriptions of automated services that support business processes
  • Descriptions of interactions and interdependencies (interfaces)
  • Priorities for developing new applications and revising old applications based on the business architecture

Information Architecture

This describes what your business needs to know to run its processes and operations. It includes:

  • Standard data models
  • Data management policies
  • Descriptions of patterns of information consumption and production

The information perspective also describes how data is bound into the work flow including structured data stores such as databases and unstructured data stores such as documents, spreadsheets, and presentations that exist throughout the organization. Often, the information most critical to your business resides not just in database servers, but on the thousands of desktop computers that comprise your active working environment.

Technology Architecture

This sets out the hardware and software supporting your business including:

  • Desktop and server hardware
  • Operating systems
  • Network connectivity components
  • Printers, modems and other peripheral devices