Category Archives: Software Development
50% off all Professional Services
Never has the world seen such a state.
In an effort to help us heal and get business back to some sense of normalcy, Kilton is offering 50% off all professional services rates for any work committed to or started during the pandemic period. Our hope is this; We want to help businesses that are in need of some work done to support their existing customer base but cannot commit to regular rates at the moment. The second is, let’s fight this economic downturn together to ensure your business can survive. We have some excellent resources on the bench,
At Kilton, we’re always happy to learn and adapt to whatever challenges our clients throw at us. We are proud to be able to develop technology solutions that meet all the specific requests of our clients.
Kilton offers software development services that can help you in a number of ways. Whether you need to enhance existing software, create a whole new product, develop a mobile app, or design a web portal, we have you covered!
Developing your role and permission architecture for SharePoint can be more complicated than you realize, as often it takes the shape of a network rather than a typical hierarchy. Kilton has the know-how to ensure that everything is set up exactly as it should be.
Forms are an important part of making any business run. From hiring paperwork to vacation requests to invoices, these forms get used again and again to keep everything running smoothly. Because of this, building the perfect form for your business can be hard work. Kilton is here to make that work easier.
Modernizing and customizing workflows is key to an effective workforce. Kilton’s development team is well versed in the latest technology and the understanding of systems to help you with your problems. We ensure that subsystems function together as a system, make requested changes, create business value by re-purposing software, upgrade and automate your existing systems.
The problem with a monolithic architecture is that when new features are developed and tested, it takes a considerable effort to deploy those changes to production which is why organizations should start shifting towards a micro-service architecture which structures an application as a collection of services.
These services can be loosely coupled and then developed, deployed, and maintained independently. This invisible infrastructure increases portability and velocity, making businesses more agile than ever.