This is the process of managing the design, coding, testing and ongoing improvements and debugging of software.
Businesses are looking at IT as the game changer. Whether it is to transform end-user experience, create new revenue channels or make their business future-ready, the change agent is IT. To stay ahead in today’s dynamic technology environment, IT departments have to simultaneously work on the old and the new.
We empower our clients with transformational value by leveraging our proven deployment techniques and industry best practices to create change-the-business, run-the-business and cross-functional IT solutions
In today’s business environment, application failure or unexpected downtime can frustrate end users and devastate your bottom line. As budgets shrink and application environments grow more complex, it pays to have an experienced IT partner.
We work with you to understand your business and devise customized solutions maximize application availability, agility and predictability. The result? Lower costs, less risk, greater ROI, a faster response to market opportunities — and the support you need to achieve your long-term objectives.
We provide application development services across technology domains and applications. Moreover, we have gained experience and expertise in the following technology areas: Client server, desk top and web based applications working on technologies such as: PHP, Java, J2EE, JSP, MS Access, SQL, C/C++ etc.
We love turning unforeseen dilemmas into beneficial opportunities. The amount of rich and raw data present throughout company software systems can be utilized to provide insights into various aspects of an organization. Facts, figures, and etc. emanating from such data sets can be categorized into modules over all company levels.
Transingenium tools can extract information within data which can be useful to major decision makers. If you would like real time predictive insights regarding a certain facet of your business or overall market conditions, our first-rate data integration competence enables key decision-makers to have key facts on a dashboard upon demand.
Would you base your critical time sensitive decisions based on instinct or on real-time analytical data immediately accessible through Business Intelligence technologies? While many judgments made according to gut instinct have been successful, one cannot deny the uncertainty that lies with doing so. Why not leverage the variety of business data to prompt fast analytics which enables timely analysis and efficient adjustments during constantly changing circumstances? Integrate our tools to give strength and clarity to your Business Process and IT alignment
Much like our Application Development and Management activities, our Enterprise Application Services are powered by new generation solutions and methodologies. As the lifelines of many organizations, enterprise applications need to be user friendly/data-centered while meeting strict requirements for security, administration, and maintenance.
Designing and developing such enterprise applications means satisfying numerous separate requirements. More so, every development decision made to satisfy each requirement has effects on many other requirements, often in ways that are difficult to understand or predict.
We are here to give you packaged applications, the kind you need to have access to a broad range of expert resources. We bring the expertise, processes, tools, and methodologies required in a successful implementation. We also help the client build a stable environment and implement the required processes so that predictability and availability is high while ownership costs remain low.
Now thats a strong recipe which guarantees a definite ROI.
Cloud computing solutions can include IT infrastructure, development platforms and software. Although "the cloud" can mean a lot of things to different people, for IT professionals it offers a way to extend existing capacity and capabilities. Cloud services are IT components, such as software, programming languages, networking and servers that are delivered to organizations on-demand, usually on a pay-as-you-go or subscription basis.
Cloud computing solutions come in the form of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS). Cloud service providers (CSPs) offer organizations utility type resources, like virtual machines, networking and storage capacity. Cloud platforms are support structures that facilitate development environments using pooled and scalable resources. There are also software services that deliver applications using a multitenant architecture. Cloud resources can live both on and off premises, or a combination of both, employing a hybrid cloud model.
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is a cloud model which allows organizations to outsource computing equipment and resources such as servers, storage, networking as well as services, such as load balancing and content delivery networks. The IaaS provider owns and maintains the equipment while the organization rents out the specific services it needs, usually on a "pay as you go" basis.
We have the right players on board to deliver the IaaS cloud model to you
Platform as a Service (PaaS) is a cloud model designed for software developers that streamlines the development process by shifting specific aspects of systems management to the service provider. PaaS is used to develop web and mobile applications using components that are pre-configured and maintained by the service provider, including programming languages, application servers and databases.
We have the right players on board to deliver the IaaS cloud model to you
Software as a Service (SaaS) is a cloud model that delivers on-demand applications that are hosted and managed by the service provider and typically paid for on a subscription basis. SaaS solutions offer a number of advantages over on-premises deployments, including minimal administration and maintenance, anywhere access, and in many cases improved communication and collaboration.
Software as a Service (SaaS) cloud model is the core of our business dealing with you
Digital technologies allow companies to become more human. Today, businesses operate in an unprecedentedly fluid environment. The technology landscape is turning highly complex as it evolves to meet the demands of a competitive marketplace and an experiential economy. At the same time, customers are increasingly demanding simple, new, and convenient experiences.
Transingenium consultants define, design and execute strategies that drive your business growth, reduce costs and create new revenue streams. We take a “big picture” approach, working with you to learn your business vision and goals, IT environment, skill requirements and policies. Then we develop short- and long-term strategies based on best practices to deliver measurable results.
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Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) is the set of people, processes and technology focused on managing mobile devices, wireless networks, and other mobile computing services in a business context. As more workers have bought smartphone and tablet computing devices and have sought support for using these devices in the workplace, EMM has become increasingly significant.
The goal of EMM is to determine if and how available mobile IT should be integrated with work processes and objectives, and how to support workers when they are using these devices in the workplace.
Enterprise mobility is important because it gives employees flexibility and choice, which can improve job satisfaction and increase productivity.
Security concerns: Because mobile devices are easily lost or stolen, data on those devices is vulnerable. Enterprise mobility management is a set of systems intended to prevent unauthorized access to enterprise applications and/or corporate data on mobile devices. These can include password protection, encryption and/or remote wipe technology, which allows an administrator to delete all data from a misplaced device. With many systems, security policies can be centrally managed and enforced. Such device management systems are programmed to support and cooperate with the application programming interfaces (APIs) from various device makers to increase security compliance.
Solutions included in EMM:
MDM is an underlying technology that remotely manages the lifecycle of mobile devices and their respective platforms. MDM usually involves the installation of unique profiles on mobile devices. These profiles give organizations the ability to remotely control, encrypt and enforce policies on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. They can, for instance, be used to wipe a device of all apps and data if it is lost or stolen.
MDM also provides companies with real-time insights on device inventory, provisioning, and OS configuration, and can provide tools for troubleshooting.
MAM tools allow organizations to manage mobile applications instead of hardware. MAM covers the deployment and updating of mobile apps, including administrative push support and app license management. MAM also enables organizations to apply security policies to these apps and selectively remove them (including any associated data) from a specific device. Thus, corporate information can be protected without having to wipe a device entirely. This kind of approach has gained popularity as more workers bring in their own devices to the workplace.
MIM, or mobile identity management, systems take various forms in an EMM framework, including user and device certificates, app code signatures, authentication and single sign-on. The primary objective of MIM is to ensure that only trusted devices and users can access enterprise data or applications. MIM can also help organizations track app and device metrics and provide department-level credentials for the approved use of enterprise apps.
Mobile information management, or MIM, pertains to remotely accessible databases. MIM is mostly integrated into MDM or MAM services because device- and app-management services rely on cloud-based tools that store and sync files across multiple devices. There are many popular public services for this from likes of Box, Dropbox, Microsoft and Google in addition to corporate-controlled versions of MIM that are managed on-site.
MCM is another flavor of EMM that enables professionals to access content on mobile devices. MCM has, according to Gartner, four fundamental roles: content security, content access, content push and file-level protection. MCM can also enforce authentication policies and many modern MCM platforms can integrate directly with enterprise services from Microsoft, Box, Google and others to authorize access to files and other data on a per-person basis.
Mobile expense management is designed to help organizations control costs and keep tabs on mobile communications expenses. MEM services provide enterprises with insights into device and service usage, procurement of devices and other policies. MEM can also enforce corporate policies and provide IT administrators with a robust audit of mobile usage.
“Compliance testing” also know as Conformance testing is a nonfunctional testing technique which is done to validate, weather the system developed meets the organization’s prescribed standards or not.
Compliance testing is also known as Conformance testing. The standards normally used by the IT industry, are basically defined by the large organizations like IEEE (International institute of electrical and electronics engineers) or W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) etc. It can also be carried out by a independent / third party company which specializes in this type of testing and service.
Objectives of compliance testing include:
Compliance testing is performed to ensure the compliance of the deliverables of each phase of the development lifecycle. These standards should be well understood and documented by the management. If required trainings and sessions should be arranged for the team. Compliance testing is basically done through the inspection process and the outcome of the review process should be well documented.
E-commerce (electronic commerce or EC) is the buying and selling of goods and services, or the transmitting of funds or data, over an electronic network, primarily the internet. These business transactions occur either as business-to-business, business-to-consumer, consumer-to-consumer or consumer-to-business. The terms e-commerce and e-business are often used interchangeably.
eCommerce websites are online portals that facilitate online transactions of goods and services through means of the transfer of information and funds over the Internet. In the early days, e-Commerce was done partially through emails and phone calls. Now, with a single website, anything and everything that a transaction needs, can be executed online.
There are different e-Commerce websites for every field. The most common type is retail selling, but there are many others too, like auction websites, business-to-business services, music portals, consultancy websites, finance management websites, and the like.
Mobile Commerce simply means buying and selling of goods, done by customers using their mobile devices. With mobile devices taking over the planet, quite literally everyone uses their mobile devices more often than their laptops or desktops – to browse the internet. There has been a huge increase in transactions done via mobile devices in the last few years – so the benefits of mobile commerce are significant.
Different e commerce websites are labelled or referred to differently, based on the function they fulfil.
What Makes a Good e-Commerce Website?
e-Commerce has made the world a much smaller place, thanks to the Internet. It is convenient, fast, and easy. The number of people turning to e-Shopping is only going to rise as time goes by. So make your business go online. We are right here to make this happen.
A content management system (CMS) is a software application or set of related programs that are used to create and manage digital content. CMSes are typically used for enterprise content management (ECM) and web content management (WCM). An ECM facilitates collaboration in the workplace by integrating document management, digital asset management and records retention functionalities, and providing end users with role-based access to the organization's digital assets. A WCM facilitates collaborative authoring for websites. ECM software often includes a WCM publishing functionality, but ECM webpages typically remain behind the organization's firewall.
Both enterprise content management and web content management systems have two components: a content management application (CMA) and a content delivery application (CDA). The CMA is a graphical user interface (GUI) that allows the user to control the creation, modification and removal of content from a website without needing to know anything about HTML. The CDA component provides the back-end services that support management and delivery of the content once it has been created in the CMA.
Features can vary amongst the various CMS offerings, but the core functions are often considered to be indexing, search and retrieval, format management, revision control and publishing.
A CMS may also provide tools for one-to-one marketing. One-to-one marketing is the ability of a website to tailor its content and advertising to a user's specific characteristics using information provided by the user or gathered by the site -- for instance, a particular user's page sequence pattern. For example, if the user visited a search engine and searched for digital camera, the advertising banners would feature businesses that sell digital cameras instead of businesses that sell garden products.