We provide solutions for systematic management to the investments, projects and activities of enterprise Information Technology (IT) departments. Some of our products include planned initiatives, projects, and ongoing IT services (such as application support). We promise the clear quantification of previously informal IT efforts, enabling measurement and objective evaluation of investment scenarios.
Applications that are built of interoperability standards are easier to be scalable for growing audience. While many technologies in the market and groups of people choosing the ones for their own choice, our applications should accept the complexity and leverage the opportunity without narrowing the benefits.
What has made the Web so successful is the collaboration of industry partners who formed the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Together they identified, agreed to and applied common technology and open standards to the development of their own products. In so doing, they broke down the Internet’s operational barriers and linked the world.
Then, with exponentially developing opportunities, new e-companies sprung up like eBay, Amazon, LinkedIn and Facebook. Early adapter hardware and software suppliers, whose new products were based on the W3C standards, literally drove the market and were hugely successful. The bonus to Web customers was increasingly seamless and global communications interoperability.