Since 1993, the leadership team has been engaged in enterprise data strategy and architecture with corporate clients.
Based on our background in IT and business, we are uniquely able to develop conceptual models to align technology with business for database applications where the interface is the data model. As a result, we do not deploy theoretical models based on inherent data which ultimately fail to satisfy the business environment, but rather work with stakeholders to derive practical structures and derive optimal solutions to satisfy the business environment via direct or indirect interfaces.
The interface with business maybe direct as in Decision Sciences or Business Intelligence environments or indirect via Java custom class objects as in web applications. We not only have extensive experience deriving entity relationships as well as aligning the bits (i.e., physical data model) with the business interface, but also defining and communicating domains via conceptual models with business stakeholders to guarantee success of a project. We rely on an iterative design approach to deploy a series of test-oriented designs to quickly meet the needs of the end user community.
More specifically, we have delivered OLTP solutions to provide nationwide sales tracking and commission reporting system supporting 3000 nationwide sales agents as well as telecom bill verification product to empower a large wireless provider to management network expenses, and desinged and delivered various "OLAP" (ROLAP, HOLAP, and MOLAP) solutions to support strategic business analysis. In addition, we have been designing data model agnostic solutions which are indifferent to the structure of the data.