Understanding technologies out-and-out is as crucial as understanding your business inside out. This enables us in creating
precisely customized, highly cost-effective, valuably innovative and high performance applications for your business.
That’s why our experts at SMCS have gained deep understanding and high proficiency in Microsoft technologies. We specialized in following technologies
- SQL Server
- Microsoft Office
- Responsive Web Design
.Net Delivering high performance, .Net Applications that perfectly fit your cost and that too right on time comes by default to us.
Because at SMCS, we put great emphasis on our stringent development process to ensure supreme quality. But it is our thorough knowledge and expertise
in .Net Technologies that enabled us in inventing highly scalable, extendible and robust solutions that conform to the latest developments in the market
and your business. What adds to our core competencies is our proficiency in other Microsoft Technologies too. And what benefits does this bring to you is,
we develop fast, secure and interactive web applications at highly affordable cost for you.
Development of robust, extensible, and easy to maintain desktop as well as web application using java technology and j2ee platforms
Make secure and lightweight web application using various J2EE Frameworks
J2ME-based solution and application development
Follow strong SDLC and agile methodologies for application development to deliver on-time solutions
Decrease in bandwidth use by using technologies like Ajax
Applications with Multi-platform language support and support for web-services by leveraging J2EE advantage
Web platforms expanded the horizon of your business. And with technology spilling over to mobile platforms,
you know there is definitely an opportunity to expand the horizon further. As your IT Expert, we know how to assist you in making the best of these opportunities.
SMCS seamlessly integrates your web functionality into various mobile platforms at an affordable cost. It helps you
give a rich user experience to your clients and consumers. We also develop applications for some of the most popularly
used platforms and devices like iPhone, iPad, Windows Mobile, Blackberry and Android.
Your data can tell you a lot about your business -- that is if you take the time to look. Your transaction processing
systems are filled with details about sales, products, inventory, financials and other basics of a traditional business
school view of your world. But you have much more data than that to work with. You have application and device logs that can
provide fine-grained detail about performance and your customers’ online activity. Business Intelligence (BI) is a collection of
tools and practices for collecting, integrating and analyzing data to give you basic insights into your business process. BI is,
at its most basic level, a means of consolidating reports in ways that transaction processing systems cannot provide. If you want
to compare sales of your top product in different regions across different times, then BI is the technology for you. If you want to
predict which customers are likely to buy that product you’ll need a different set of tools.
Databases and Data Management
It wasn’t long ago when someone in IT using the term “database” would refer to relational databases.
These workhorses of data management include well-recognized relational database management systems like MySQL,
PostgreSQL, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server and IBM DB2. A variety of requirements in Web application development
have helped propel non-relational database technologies, collectively known as NoSQL databases, to increasing
importance. No one data management technology is right for all applications. It helps to understand when relational
databases offer the best option and when to consider NoSQL options. You have a number of different types of NoSQL
databases, including key value pair, document and graph databases. Consider your requirements and how well a particular
NoSQL model fits with your needs before committing to a NoSQL technology.
Managing server infrastructure is a prime pain point for IT. System admins have to make
guesses about the number and size of servers needed for applications that may still be in
development. They also have to have the insight to plan for multi-year lifespan so they do not
end up with an underpowered server a year after purchasing it. Cloud computing can make much of
this pain go away. Why buy servers when you can rent them by the hour, or in some cases, by the minute? The same
goes for storage, too. Cloud computing is changing how IT delivers services but is also requires us to change
how we manage devices and, in some cases, how we design our applications. Cloud computing can cut capital expenditures and
reduce operating expenses when used efficiently. It can also leave you with sticker shock if you use servers as
if they were offered by an all you can eat buffet.