Capabilities
  • Professional Software Design

We create software using the tools most appropriate to the given application.  This may include programming languages such as Microsoft .NET, Visual Basic, Microsoft Access, C / C++ and others.  We also make appropriate use of technologies such as XML, HTML, TCP/IP, ASP, PostScript and others.

We maintain a high level of quality throughout the development process through the use of coding standards and source code control.  Rigorous testing methodologies ensure the software produced meets our high standards.

  • Database Design

While our main focus is in developing database products for small business and departmental use (for which we regularly use and recommend Microsoft Access),  we are also very experienced in using data stored in larger corporate databases such as Oracle, SQL Server and others.

  • Microsoft Office Programming

We are adept at customising the Microsoft Office range of products including Microsoft Access, Excel, Word and Outlook through the use of Visual Basic For Applications and Automation technology.  Experience includes the creation of customised Microsoft Office templates and macros that can significantly increase your productivity through the automation of repetitive and/or labour intensive tasks.  We can also facilitate the exchange of data between these applications and third party applications, databases and the Internet.

  • Systems Integration

We have a large base of experience across a wide range of industries and technologies.  Our background in both electrical and computer systems engineering gives us a distinct edge over many information technology providers.  Whether you need to send pager messages from your building control system, automatically publish temperature readings from a data logger to a web site, download stock prices into your accounting package, or a million other tasks, we can develop an effective solution for you!


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