Minimize Great Expertise In Building The Following Modules

Today’s information management systems have public, registered and authorized areas. This module implements the above, and manages users, groups & privileges, and specifies who can do what in the system.

Resource Management:
To see resource allocation -planned and actual- we need a good module which allows us to schedule projects and tasks, assign resources and monitor execution. Armed with such functionality company managers will deliver projects on time and on budget.

Content Management:
This module allows us to change the look and feel of web applications. In addition, it allows business users to update content without website developers being involved.

Customer Relation Management:
This module will implement functionality related to gathering the demographics of your clients, recording products & services supplied and planning for future interactions with your customers.

Payments Managements:
This module implements the functionality of dealing with various types of financial transactions, costs, discounts, payments, rejections etc. It can be integrated with financial institutions and payments gateways.

Inventory Management:
Inventory will show you what you have, how much of it, and what the value of it is. It will ensure that stock levels are maintained and supply chains are uninterrupted.

B2B implements communication between various sub systems. These can be internal or external.

Integration Frameworks:
This allows us to specify requirements for system integrations. Usually these rules are buried deep inside the source code – this framework will allow us to see them outside of the code.

This is essentially a scheduling engine which plans for events to happen in particular locations, at given times and with an appropriate set of participants. Timetables will be generated based on soft and hard constraints.

Optical Character Recognition & Optical Mark Recognition is implemented here.

Various types of system users are notified of different events that took place. Types include: email, SMS, newsletter, etc.

Based on this, we will be able to build similar modules for you, and include them in your solutions.