MS Azure-Based Multi-Tenant ERP App for Multi-Location IT Rental Business in India

MS Azure-Based Multi-Tenant ERP App for Multi-Location IT Rental Business in India
Elegant MicroWeb worked with the client team to define and document requirements and a road map for the implementation of this new multi-tenant enterprise-wide ERP application. The solution is a cloud-based, multi-tenant system based on MS Azure, which can be accessed from any one of the client branches. The solution is designed to enable roll out of this solution to client customers in the future. The project was completed on time and on budget with seamless migration of data from the old system and no business disruption. ###Details >
 

Case Study: MS Azure-Based Multi-Tenant ERP App for Multi-Location IT Rental Business in India

Case Study: MS Azure-Based Multi-Tenant ERP App for Multi-Location IT Rental Business in India
The client is located in India and has been in business for nearly thirty (30) years. Its core business is the rental of IT hardware and equipment and support services for that equipment. The client has seven locations across India and employs more than 200 team members supporting customers across India. The client wished to develop a new application to support a multi-tenant architecture and sell the application as a solution to other companies in the rental business. The existing application was not scalable, and it was missing core components and architecture to support multi-tenant use.
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Dot Net Development of MVC Web-Based Tool for U.S. Client

Dot Net Development of MVC Web-Based Tool for U.S. Client
Elegant MicroWeb worked with this U.S. insurance company, to develop detailed requirements, and design, develop, configure, test, implement and support this tool. Expert .Net application development services included a web-based digital spin Wheel tool to provide interactive features motivate agents. The Spin Wheel tool is completely customized, with a spin button, unique prizes for winners, a congratulations page with fulfilment instruction and email notification and a Thank You page for Loss lands. From the Admin interface, administrators can configure Prizes, inventory, and email templates and send bulk invitations to agents.Details >
 

Top 6 Reasons for Using .Net Framework to do Product Development

Clients have asked me several questions on choosing .NET framework against Open Source alternative such as Java Enterprise Edition (J2EE) Based development. While we do development on both technologies, the ones who gravitate towards .NET eventually had these reasons to select .NET framework…

Q 1: When do you use .NET framework?

woman-corporateThe usual suspects about using .NET Framework And I had these to offer as a comparative.
  • NET Framework is heavily invested by one of the world’s richest organizations
  • Skill base development in .NET is deliberate, schools of training exist, but unlike in Java, the framework is pretty much the same against hoards of optional frameworks as it is with Java
  • MSDN library is well maintained and MVP’s are avialable with enough recognition to address challenging product development issues
  • Highly scalable robust and far more secure in its code base protection against the Open Source coding languages which at times need code obfuscation
  • Backward compatibility apart, has full service coverage of everything that technology has to offer towards software product development
  • Is the only framework which comes with Software Development Kits and Methodologies of Microsoft, thus enabling the eons of challenge with ‘Getting the Product Right’ at one go.
  • Built for security as in Proprietary code level security, cannot be replaced for its compilation levels except when doing programming based on C or C++
  • Is not reliant on community for updates and version upkeeps
  • Brings systemic approach towards software architecture and applies to various Enterprise Architecture Schools and Support Systems Integration, Cross Platform Development and Mobile, Cloud Computing through the Azure Cloud Platforms
  • Enough said already?!
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