Open IT Services: Software Solutions

By: Open It Services  05/12/2011
Keywords: software architecture

Software Solutions

Requirements Gathering

We can provide business analysis, coupled with strong technical knowledge, to help you gather and define your business IT requirements.

Software Architecture

We can take your business IT requirements and architect a quality, low cost solution using Open Source components whenever suitable. Alternatively, we can review your existing software architecture and reccomend where costs could be cut by using Open Source components or where design improvements can be made.

Software Development

We can source an experienced development team to manage, build, test and deploy your IT software solutions.

Keywords: software architecture

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Open IT Services: Web & E-Services

Whatever the need, be it automating data flow, creating scheduled background processes or simply looking after your web data, Open IT Services will be able to help. We offer a wide variety of hosting solutions on 24/7/365 servers at very competitive rates. We can also tailor hosting packages to suit your needs.


Open IT Services: Design & Architecture

We can provide technical input into your tendering process to help you get the responses relevant to your IT needs. We can assist you in your vendor selection process, ensuring you pick the right team for the job.


Open IT Services: Investment Services

Our diverse experience allows us to assess the IT merits of a company and make recommendations where required that will enhance the potential success of your investment. We perform independent technical due diligence for investment groups seeking assurance of a potential investment's IT infrastructure and capabilities.


Open IT Services: IT Infrastructure

Open IT Services can review your existing IT infrastructure and make recommendations that will cut costs and yet ensure your business operates smoothly. We can conduct an IT Audit on your existing IT assets and make recommendations where needed to help reduce the costs of maintaining those assets. They soon resemble a hybrid of components that are neither efficient nor cost effective. Most IT infrastructures grow on a build to need basis.