Web Application & Custom Programming
Our very few and very first customers requested solutions specific to their business and data needs that couldn’t be resolved by standard packages or in-house resources. Today, the development and implementation of custom applications is still the core of our business.
Our expertise at both legacy code and the latest in distributed applications makes us adept at resolving integration issues without locking you into inflexible architectures or proprietary code. We favor extensible, economical solutions that allow our customers to respond to changes in technology or the marketplace quickly and flexibly, without incurring unnecessary costs.
In developing custom applications, we see our role as partners, not merely programmers. Although we typically bring expertise to a project that may not be available in-house, we recognize that solutions succeed not solely for technical reasons, but because end-users and internal IT staff feel ownership.
Our offshore development capabilities offer significantly reduced development time and savings for custom applications. A crucial component of this approach is our onsite project management and design. We rely upon the Capability Maturity Model (CMMi) to explore key processes and measure and verify quality throughout the life cycle of the project.
Common features of the Exclusive Edge customized software
- Open System Architecture
- Extendable through a set of API
- Interface to other system through a set of API
- Tightly Secure System
- Web-enable or Web based
- Multi-tier Client/Server Architecture
Exclusive Edge Methodology: Improvement Through Iteration
The Exclusive Edge methodology combines the proven merits of the standard waterfall development approach with the newer but equally valid object-oriented spiral approach. Every loop throughout the spiral is the equivalent of a single waterfall. With the Exclusive Edge spiral, a solution is designed and redesigned through successive iterations.
Every deliverable is subject to reanalysis, redesign, and reimplementation—improvements are kept, but problematic code is thrown away. The ultimate solution incorporates the best features of each iteration methodology in a consolidated design.