Software systems are growing more and more complex. As customers demand faster time-to-market – as well as new levels of usability, reliability, performance, and supportability – managers have to watch development costs more and more carefully.
These challenges are compounded by:
- Increasingly complex business requirements
- An ever-growing need to collaborate, extended supply chain, and integrate new products with legacy applications
- A more nuanced process by which existing technology (J2EE, .NET, .NET Compact Framework, etc.) can be made more robust and scalable
- The need for less human-intensive business processes, with the goal of eliminating inaccurate or inconsistent data capture
- A desire to use the power of Software to stay competitive, win customers, and reduce costs
Definition and Solutions
The single greatest challenge in enterprise-application development is complexity. The Architecture and Design Practice addresses this challenge in three ways.
- Rigorous Documentation
Our architects make it a point to understand your business requirements. They then define industry-standard technology frameworks and develop software solutions that meet them.
Time and again, software applications fail in one aspect: Performance.
While it is well recognized that organizations should emphasize performance from the requirements-gathering stage, such issues are often discovered when the application is already in production. Fortunately, organizations like Sysvine specialize in tackling complex production problems.
Customers today are increasingly adopting an iterative development model, as opposed to the more traditional waterfall model. Kavayah practices an RUP (rational unified process) iterative development model. We also have a great deal of experience mitigating project risks.
New Technology Areas
Technology is evolving and expanding at a maddening pace. Kavayah actively monitors current and upcoming developments, with a specific focus on technology areas that can improve your key business indicators.
- Reduced cost
- Improved customer satisfaction
- Increased employee motivation
- And more