We have full understanding and capability to project manage the design, development and delivery of complex projects and are engaged with multiple clients in regulated industries such as nuclear, defence, rail and local government.
We develop scalable cloud architectures using the latest techniques in Development Operations (DevOps), QA automation and Software-of-a-Service.
Open Service Oriented Architecture
Microservice architecture ensures a ‘democratic’ domain-based approach to data management is used to deliver a distributed computing model that is modular and more adaptable. A collection of ‘services’ each representing a business function within a bounded context and able to communicate with other services over a message bus to better reflect the business needs. This distributed computing model is modular and more adaptable for change.
The flexibility of using services has several significant advantages over more traditional large ‘monolithic’ architecture. Each service represents a modular block that can run independently of other services to carry out a specific business function. This is also known as a ‘Domain Driven Design’ which can continuously evolve with each evolving service developing in smaller blocks. Using a service-oriented architecture allows for the incremental addition of new end-to-end use cases as the business demands over time.
- Enterprise service-oriented architecture
- Multi-environment DevOps
- Domain driven data modelling
- Reduced business risk to IT decisions.
- Multi-environment networks.
- RESTful API systems integration.
- Efficient IT service delivery
There is no one size fits all
User Experience is both:
1) expected by the next generation of users who have always known and relied upon the UX of modern mobile devices and;
2) required to successfully onboard technology to the current generation of users.
- Clickable prototype wireframes
- Experiment with user feedback
The User Journey
- User Journey Development
- User Acceptance Testing
If you would like to discuss your project needs, please get in touch using our contact us page.