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Development Utilizes 32-
Command Module and Activity server are a stand-
Our software is comprised with numerous modules performing various business functions. Each with unique and secure accesses to the modules via referencing, eliminating users from accessing software without proper login authorization. Security and data integrity are vital to today's business needs, and we placed redundant backups and obstructions to unauthorized users. Data encryption and compression, security authentication and DLL referencing ensure data integrity.
We support relational database for all our System Administration and Transaction processes. The Databases are composed of an array of tables with related keys and indices. Databases are security encrypted and only accessible from within the various interfaces. With technology advancements we improve database performance with object-
Disaster recovery is provided through the Offsite Backup Utility within our product range. This add-
Our software Engineers and Development staff provide updates, add-
Certain features within our product range require an unlock code to perform internal functions and ensure data integrity of the database and validate user authority. Examples include; transferring or restoring your database via FTP, recalculating budgets, and overriding precautionary security features. The unlock codes are encrypted conversions of the ASCII set with check digit enforcement.
We are committed to stay abreast of technological advancements and newer technologies. Our first consideration is our clients needs, prerequisites and infrastructure. With innovative computational strategies and numerical algorithms for all engineering problems, we will analyse and simulate techniques and systems though model and sessions on team foundation servers and scrum applications. Focus will remain on control of the accuracy, stability and efficiency of computational process , exploring new computing environments, utilizing advanced visualization techniques, virtual environments and prototyping. Application of object-