This past weekend we celebrated our 2nd anniversary. It has only been a few years but they have brought us some great results. This year Synchronous seriously grew up, we contracted with many new clients and tripled the number of developers we have! We have received positive references from our clients and that constantly inspires us to learn, improve and make every effort to deliver quality software products.
We are continuously growing due to our professional behavior and each individual’s commitment towards company. I thank everyone who associated with us and helping us to become a leading consultant in global arena.
We had a great time with our colleagues from all of our development centers. For many developers the chance to meet in person was especially valuable as they work together in virtual teams. There was no discomfort between people who reside in different cities; it felt like we work in neighboring offices. We are proud to feel like we are a well-built team!
in our previous year anniversary message, we set a target to be recognized in INDIA level. Due to our Synchronous team efforts and enthusiasm we are now in
2. Saudi Arabia
In next year i hope our sales & marketing team collaborated with our technical team to spread in Europe and Australia region along with existing region.i wish we continue to grow in this fashion and will fulfill our vision to become leading consultant in global arena.
I want to congratulate to all of our synchronous team again for our
This phase gains an insight into the project objective gaining the necessary knowledge of the characteristics of the source information system, its environment and its components. The technical choices for migration in the target environment are evaluated according to their opportunities in this context as well as the different constraints given by Client.
When the brief study is accomplished, the overall migration guidelines are set with production of an inventory of all objects to be transformed. This documents all sources, data files and databases to be migrated to ensure that everything is covered and all objects migrated.
The inventory set during this phase covers the number and complexity of procedures, programs, transactions, screens, reports, databases. Tables and files are carefully identified, as are program translations and any special considerations.
Successful transformation depends on proper planning. Tasks are defined and standards are established for the migrated programs. An appropriate migration schedule is worked out based on project priorities and the development and maintenance activities related to the existing system. The secondary objective during the planning phase is to identify external/third party tools and integration issues.
The process here involves translating programs, translating screens, translating reports and converting databases and files. The migration phase also involves writing new programs for third party tools and integration points/layers such as EDI etc. The phase mainly targets the generation of new programs functionally equivalent to the old programs but stripped of the dependency on the old language, database or computer. It can even restructure programs and database access with uniform standards. The transformation process also limits the redundancy and expansion of code.
Completion of the transformation process is the testing of the output of the transformed program with the converted output of the original program flagging any mismatches for correction. Every function represented by the test data must be present and working in the converted program. For each combination of source and target programs, a certain number of tests are necessary to check all program conditions. An insufficient number of tests during unit conversion only postpones this requirement until the implementation phase, where runs are longer and more costly. This phase stresses the discovery and correction of errors during unit testing rather than during production runs.
The implementation phase covers the following steps: