Prove the functionality of your custom solution before starting time intensive design and build
Visualise the fundamental processes and logic of a custom solution before writing code
Extend the functionality of SharePoint with custom web parts, application pages or apps
Extend the functionality of SharePoint using the Microsoft .NET development platform
Develop custom applications or advanced websites for hosting on the Windows Azure platform
Build a robust SQL Server database to house the data driving your SharePoint solutions
Integrate other Microsoft or 3rd party Line of Business Applications with your SharePoint environment
When “off the shelf” functionality can’t satisfy your unique business demands, you may decide in favor of custom development on top of SharePoint. This could be in the form of a SharePoint App , a SharePoint Application Page or a Custom SharePoint Web Part.
If the custom functionality requires to be displayed on numerous pages and designed to meet individual user preferences and settings, you may decide to build a Custom SharePoint Web Part.
SharePoint Apps are potentially much wider in scale and sphere than individual web pages or parts. Though a simple SharePoint App can work just as a single Custom Web Part or Web Page, a more complicated SharePoint App can ensure the functionality of a Line of Business Application.
Besides, a SharePoint App can be packed and unfolded in an organization's 'App Catalogue' for users to access it just like they would from an 'App Store'.
Data silo in Line of Business Applications can cause some difficulties. Data is often impermanent and must be entered by hand, system by system.
Using custom development, Business Connectivity Services or BizTalk, our SharePoint developers can link third party Line of Business Applications to your SharePoint solution to ensure automatic synchronization and an integrated data view.