Implementing back-end web services and APIs in a variety of programming languages based on client requests, delivery time, and cost.
We specialize in organizing application data with various cross-platform technologies, including DBMS and NoSQL.
Prototype & Front-end
We are able to make a decent prototype and implement it across all platforms, including mobile and desktop devices. We are experts in integrating page speed, search engine optimization (SEO) and user experience design (UX).
- Xd , Figma
Most often, we use extreme programming to continuously integrate (CI), continuously deliver (CD), and continuously deploy (CD) a product. Our main focus is on building a set of microservices which are well integrated together. We do this using the following tools, methods, and technologies:
- Docker, Kubernetes
- Test-driven development
- Jenkins, Travis CI
- Git, GitLab, GitHub
- Google Cloud Platform, DigitalOcean
- Slack, Trello
- Composer, npm, Yarn
MLOps & Machine Learning
Use the latest machine learning techniques to improve your product. We specialize in numerical data analytics, data science and visualizing data. We always recommend a Ml review of an existing product, in order to have a better understanding of what your product is capable of.
- pandas, NumPy, Matplotlib
Also, we can help with:
Request for Technical Proposal (RTP)
A request for proposal (RFP) is a document that asks for a proposal. An RFP is used where the request requires technical expertise, specialized capability, or where the product or service being requested does not yet exist. The proposal may require research and development to create whatever is being requested.
Technical Feasibility Study
A feasibility study or feasibility analysis assesses the viability of a project idea from different perspectives. The plan is intended to help top managers narrow down alternatives and make informed go/no-go decisions. Software technical feasibility examines whether the software can be built with available tools and experts.
Maintenance and Support
In software engineering, software maintenance refers to the modification of a software product after it has been delivered to fix faults, improve performance or improve other characteristics. Maintenance of software is critical because it consumes a large portion of the overall lifecycle cost and the inability to change software quickly and securely means lost business opportunities.