Application development is a prime focus for Advantage Industries. Whether it is client relations management, document management, project management or beyond, Advantage is your indispensable tool to grow your business. Customized to the unique traits of your business logic that help make you successful, Advantage can help your business from the start – instead of trying to reshape you into a “one size fits none” mentality.
Advantage has vast experience in application development in designing, developing and installing complex and customized software solutions. Our comprehensive and Agile approach to software creation ensures we deliver a solution which is right for your business.
Advantage Industries develops applications in a variety of languages and environments. We specialize in Microsoft .Net development and provide project management, business analysis and requirements management when we take on your custom application project.
Advantage excels at designing, developing, refactoring and trouble shooting SQL databases. If your business needs to move past the spreadsheet phase for a business need, it could be time to move your data into a better environment for access, such that SQL allows.
As a certified Microsoft partner, our application developers understand how to use Sharepoint to create collaborative working environments for departments, teams and business owners. Work from a centralized cloud environment and you’re business will benefit from new cloud technologies which can streamline inefficient processes.
Advantage utilizes the Agile approach to application development. Agile software development is generally defined as a set of software development principles under which requirements and solutions evolve through the collaborative effort of self-organizing, cross-functional teams. It is an approach which advocates planning, evolutionary development, early delivery and continuous iterative improvement to encourage rapid and flexible response to change. Agile development works by breaking projects down into little bits of user functionality called user stories and prioritizing them, and then continuously delivering them in short two week cycles called iterations.