What is a web application anyway?
Most websites are developed to deliver content and information to the user. Web applications, on the other hand, facilitate interactions between 2 or more people, a person and an organization, a person and a database or a person and another system, and so on. Web applications are more complex than a content-based website as they integrate with more complex systems.
Examples of Web Applications:
Interacting with your online bank account.
Facebook “Social Network”
A system to track shipments from Amazon or any other store based website.
An online store.
An online reservation system.
Loan application forms and systems.
Email signup and management.
Online catalogs and e-commerce.
Tools to manage people and records.
Project management tools.
There are many more but you get the point…
We’ve built all sorts of web applications from simple online forms to entire management systems. We work on projects both big and small.
For Development, we use industry standard programming languages and databases so that our code is flexible, readable and adaptable to change.
Our leaders are well versed in Agile and Scrum
As Agile project leaders, we have clearly defined the difference between Scrum and Agile. We like to use the following analogy. Agile (is the diet) and Scrum would be the particular recipes for the diet.
This definition is particularly important to managers when learning about Agile and Scrum and how it might improve and speed up the delivery and development of their products and also to a company owner who has a product or vision in mind.
Why choose us?
- We’ll help you define your requirements.
- We’ll break down the essential steps to achieving your goals.
- We’ll work with your staff to implement Agile and Scrum.
- We’ll keep you updated weekly.
- We’ll give you a specific and custom road map that you can understand for your project.
- And we’ll be there to support you every step of the way…