Client-Server applications and n-tier architecture have always played a key role in operation of businesses. Ability to input, process, store, and access data from anytime, anywhere and any device is powering eBusinesses of today. IT RIGA specializes in development of high-end client-server applications and robust enterprise applications with user-friendly interfaces. Depending on your business requirements, our consultants and developers can also help in developing web-enabled applications and systems.
Your employees, customers, and suppliers need data access that is secure, fast and reliable. As a business, you need secure systems that are robust, easy to maintain, and scalable. We keep all of this in consideration when building and upgrading your corporate systems and applications.
Three characteristics set client-server computing apart from the rest of the IT world:
1. Division of labor:
Client-server systems divide up the work of computing among many separate machines.
2. Network infrastructure
Given this division of labor, client-server systems rely on networks to weld together disparate computers into a cohesive whole.
3. Emphasis on the user
It provides users with greater latitude in choosing software presentation, and software designers with greater latitude in creating programs that are pretty, readily customized, and modern
Using structured methodologies and proven IT processes helps to reduce complexity, risks and costs associated with client-server development.IT RIGA has expertise in a wide variety of the latest programming language tools and platforms for client-server application. In a nutshell our strong technical team can help ensure that the client-server products and services we provide meet your expectations.Client-server computing has arisen because of a change in business needs. Businesses today need integrated, flexible, responsive and comprehensive applications to support the complete range of business processes.
Typical shortcomings of existing systems include:
Most businesses have existing systems based on older technology, which must be incorporated into the new, integrated environment. The only answer to the question "why build client-server applications?" is "because the business demands the increased benefits."