Porting and Flexibility Under the .NET Framework

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In a preceding post, I touched briefly on the speed, multilingual awareness, security and project management potential of porting over to the NET framework. Let's get down to cases today and critically examine what happens when a Microsoft Certified Gold Partner gets on the job.

At Nashua, NH, -based HyTech Professionals (www.hytechpro.com), a team of system architects and developers with a track record of delivering over 100 NET framework projects each year took on the requirement of porting an employee relations suite from Unix to the NET environment. The group had convinced the financial services client that there were important gains to be had in accessing the relational database capabilities of MS SQL Server and that NET framework modules afforded fairly painless development and deployment.

The team delivered in spades. End-users found much more intuitive UI's, integrated links to the bank's benefits administration program and flawless integration of third-party solutions that pushed decisions lower down the organization. Reports came back more swiftly over the web-based application. And the CIO liked it that HyTech Professionals had left certain NET framework modules future-proof, capable of accommodating legal, corporate policy and benefits changes with a minimum of new coding.

With careful planning, best of all, the HyTech Professionals team managed deployment down to the level of 850 supervisor and manager desktops in just one weekend. Indeed, an eminently satisfactory accomplishment but also clear testimony to the masterful deployment tools available in the NET framework.

Rohit Kaushik works with HyTech Professionals. At HyTech Professionals you deserve a solutions orientated software development firm that can deliver high quality solutions on time for a great price. For more information please www.hytechpro.com

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