We provide the tools and equipment and deliver the solution on-site including the servers, operating systems, and databases when necessary. Choose the duration and frequency that fits your calendar. Work is spread over a year at any variation.
|Role||Less Than 3 Months||Less Than 6 Months||Six Months or More||1080 Annual Hours*|
The Applications Architect (AA) is the functional expert for an application, a defined set of applications or a portfolio of related applications. The Applications Architect is also responsible for bringing an understanding of the enterprise, business system and industry to the team(s) supporting or interfacing with the application. The primary responsibility of an Applications Architect is to provide expertise in the business process supported by the application, to prepare and review designs, to recommend improvements, and to provide guidance during the testing process. The Applications Architect helps the Programmers establish a clear understanding of the business functional requirements and either creates the functional designs to meet the requirements or reviews and approves the designs written by the Programmers. The Applications Architect must understand all aspects of their specific application(s), and the underlying business process.
Whereas a Business Analyst is concerned about analyzing and solving functional business problems through technological applications, the Architect’s focus is on integrating applications to form enterprise systems or business processes that manage resources more efficiently.
The Project Manager (PM) designs, plans, and coordinates work teams. Provides technical support to project team members. Handles complex application features and technical designs. Designs and implements the components required for complex application features. Generally manages a group of applications systems analysts. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Usually reports to a senior manager.
The Business Analyst is a Strategic Business Analyst skilled at consulting with executive-level stakeholders to define business need or problem. Conducts research, performs studies and surveys to obtain data; and analyzes problems to advise on or recommend solutions, utilizing knowledge of theory, principles, or technology of specific discipline or field of specialization. Analyzes data to determine solution, such as installation of alternate methods and procedures, changes in processing methods and practices, modification of machines or equipment, or redesign of products or services. Advises client or department heads on alternate methods of solving need or problem, or recommends specific solution. Requires experience providing consulting services to governmental entities. May be designated according to field of business and technical specialization.
The Software Developer/Programmer (SDP) converts data from project specifications and statements of problems and procedures to create or modify computer programs: Prepares, or receives from systems analyst detailed workflow chart and diagram to illustrate sequence of steps that program must follow and to describe input, output, and logical operations involved. Analyzes workflow chart and diagram, applying knowledge of computer capabilities, subject matter, and symbolic logic. Confers with supervisor and representatives of departments concerned with program to resolve questions of program intent, data input, output requirements, and inclusion of internal checks and controls. Converts detailed logical flow chart to language processed by computer. Enters program codes into computer system. Inputs test data into computer. Observes computer monitor screen to interpret program operating codes. Corrects program errors, using methods such as modifying program or altering sequence of program steps. Writes instructions to guide operating personnel during installation and maintenance of the application. May work with business analyst to obtain and analyze project specifications and flow charts. May direct and coordinate work of others to write, test, and modify computer programs.
Our core service offerings includes architectural design, software and database engineering, integration and modernization services. We also offer support services including content management, digital media, backup and recovery services, business process improvement and quality control process services.
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