Application Engineering Services

Application Development & Maintenance

  • Microsoft .NET (VB.NET, C#, ASP.NET, Win Forms, Web Forms)
  • C/C++/PHP
  • MS SQL Server/MS Access/Oracle/MySQL
  • Portals - Customization and Implementation - SharePoint, Web Part development
  • Web Services Development including web service security implementation
  • Smart Client and/or Rich Client Application development
  • Workflow Applications with .NET and SharePoint Portal

Application SDLC Management using RUP

  • Requirement Management using RequisitePro
  • Change Management
  • BPM and Workflow development
  • Business Process Re-engineering


  • Re-factoring in multi-layer, n-tier using Design Patterns
  • Re-factoring from monolithic code to component based architecture
  • Re-factoring of Business Logic into Components and/or Web Services
  • Web Services Enablement of Legacy Mainframe based applications and its code

Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) using middleware

EAI (enterprise application integration) is a business computing term for the plans, methods, and tools aimed at modernizing, consolidating, and coordinating the computer applications in an enterprise.

EAI encompasses methodologies such as object-oriented programming, distributed, cross-platform program communication using message brokers with Common Object Request Broker Architecture and COM+, the modification of enterprise resource planning (ERP) to fit new objectives, enterprise-wide content and data distribution using common databases and data standards implemented with the Extensible Markup Language (XML), middleware (programming that serves to "glue together" or mediate between two separate and often already existing programs), web services message queuing, and other approaches.

The systematic tying together of disparate applications, often through the use of middleware, is known as enterprise application integration (EAI).

We provide Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) services using various tools and technology incorporating XML or EDI

  • MS Biztalk and MSMQ
  • MQ Series and JMS compliance Message Oriented Middleware
  • XML parsing in Java and .NET
  • Windows Communication Foundation
  • Data and/or process level integration
  • Web Services with WS*I Standards