Software/ web application
Enterprises modernize their mobile environments to mitigate end-of-life operating systems (OS), support timelines, accelerate improved customer experiences and increase productivity — while capturing emerging new business models made possible with next generation mobility.
Tekcentr’s new portfolio of service offerings coupled with innovative technology and toolsets, will enable customers to accelerate the adoption of new mobility strategies with next generation devices and newer OS at a lower cost, with a lower risk of downtime.
Services for business and partners without in-house capabilities
Application Virtualization Demonstrates large customer applications running in next generation mobile environments within weeks after a rewrite.
This dramatically accelerates time-to-market while lowering costs and reducing incompatibility risks as an alternative to rewriting apps by re-using existing code and delivering like-for-like functionality on new devices and OS.
Service includes virtualized prototype of up to 10 screens of a legacy WinMob application running on a modern device. Additional UX Prototype includes a fully virtualized production application.
Re-Envision While leveraging your existing code, re-envision your application with a modern look and feel taking advantage of modern device capabilities.
Re-Engineer Migrate legacy applications to today’s modern devices through a rewrite using best practices for native or cross platform development.
Web services (sometimes called application services) are services (usually including some combination of programming and data, but possibly including human resources as well) that are made available from a business’s Web server for Web users or other Web-connected programs. Providers of Web services are generally known as application service provider s. Web services range from such major services as storage management and customer relationship management ( CRM ) down to much more limited services such as the furnishing of a stock quote and the checking of bids for an auction item. The accelerating creation and availability of these services is a major Web trend.
Users can access some Web services through a peer-to-peer arrangement rather than by going to a central server. Some services can communicate with other services and this exchange of procedures and data is generally enabled by a class of software known as middleware . Services previously possible only with the older standardized service known as Electronic Data Interchange ( EDI ) increasingly are likely to become Web services. Besides the standardization and wide availability to users and businesses of the Internet itself, Web services are also increasingly enabled by the use of the Extensible Markup Language ( XML ) as a means of standardizing data formats and exchanging data. XML is the foundation for the Web Services Description Language ( WSDL ).
As Web services proliferate, concerns include the overall demands on network bandwidth and, for any particular service, the effect on performance as demands for that service rise. A number of new products have emerged that enable software developers to create or modify existing applications that can be “published” (made known and potentially accessible) as Web services.