Consummate Tech’s Microsoft development practice integrates Microsoft applications, operating systems and developments tools that enable a robust and secure environment for organizations. Our expertise with Microsoft Technologies enable us to develop as well as deploy world-class enterprise solutions.
We can help you take advantage of the integrated capabilities of Microsoft. We can help you develop business-driven applications that encompasses aspects like business integration and SOA, data analytics and Web based applications.
Our Microsoft .NET services team is well versed in diverse Microsoft Technologies. We develop user friendly web and desktop applications and sophisticated distributed business solutions for various clients. Our experienced .NET developers tailor reliable and scalable high-end applications using C#, ASP.NET, MVC, Orchard CMS, SharePoint, WPF or WinForms etc.
.Net is a developer platform for building all apps.
.NET helps you develop high quality applications faster. Modern language constructs like generics, Language Integrated Query (LINQ), and asynchronous programming make developers productive.
Combined with the extensive class libraries, common APIs, multi-language support, and the powerful tooling provided by the Visual Studio family, .NET is the most productive platform for developers.
Web : Build web apps and services for Windows, Linux, MacOS, and Docker.
Mobile : Use a single code base to build native mobile apps for iOS, Android, and Windows.
Desktop : Create beautiful and compelling desktop apps for Windows and MacOS.
Gaming : Develop 2D and 3D games for the most popular desktops, phones, and consoles.
Machine Learning & AI : Add vision algorithms, speech processing, predictive models, and more to your apps.
Internet of Things : Make IoT apps, with native support for the Raspberry Pi and other single-board computers.
ASP.NET is a web development platform, which provides a programming model, a comprehensive software infrastructure and various services required to build up robust web applications for PC, as well as mobile devices.
ASP.NET works on top of the HTTP protocol, and uses the HTTP commands and policies to set a browser-to-server bilateral communication and cooperation.
ASP.NET is a part of the Microsoft .Net platform. ASP.NET applications are compiled codes, written using the extensible and reusable components or objects present in .Net framework. These codes can use the entire hierarchy of classes in .Net framework.
Windows Forms is a smart client technology for the .NET Framework, a set of managed libraries that simplify common application tasks such as reading and writing to the file system.
ASP.NET Core is the new web framework from Microsoft. ASP.NET Core is the framework you want to use for web development with .NET. At the end this tutorial, you will have everything you need to start using ASP.NET Core and write an application that can create, edit, and view data from a database.
ASP.NET MVC is an open-source software from Microsoft. Its web development framework combines the features of MVC (Model-View-Controller) architecture, the most up-to-date ideas and techniques for Agile development and the best parts of the existing ASP.NET platform. This tutorial provides a complete picture of the MVC framework and teaches you how to build an application using this tool.
Entity framework is an Object Relational Mapping (ORM) framework that offers an automated mechanism to developers for storing and accessing the data in the database. This tutorial covers the features of Entity Framework using Code First approach. It also explains the new features introduced in Entity Framework 6.
WCF stands for Windows Communication Foundation. It is a framework for building, configuring, and deploying network-distributed services. Earlier known as Indigo, it enables hosting services in any type of operating system process. This tutorial explains the fundamentals of WCF and is conveniently divided into various sections. Every section of this tutorial has adequate number of examples to explain different concepts of WCF.
WPF stands for Windows Presentation Foundation. It is a powerful framework for building Windows applications. This tutorial explains the features that you need to understand to build WPF applications and how it brings a fundamental change in Windows applications.
.Net Core is a cross-platform .NET implementation for websites, servers, and console apps on Windows, Linux, and MacOS.
Xamarin/Mono is a .NET implementation for running apps on all the major mobile operating systems.
Silverlight is a platform for building rich internet applications. This tutorial will explain the concepts behind Silverlight, and will show you how to build it into your web applications. After completing this tutorial, you will have a better understanding of Silverlight applications and how to develop them using XAML and C#.
A smart client is nothing but, the application will be installed on the client and whenever the application launches, downloads the latest and also is able to handle online as well as offline with the help of a local DB.
Service oriented business applications
While operating outside the sandbox of the browser: There are some restrictions for the web application so that they cannot get aroundin the browser because of security. We can't access the system, can't write the user's disk except cookies, and HTML 5 offline storage. Also can't access devices connected to the user machine. By using a Silverlight Out â€“of â€“ Browser app or elevated trust these restrictions can be lifted.
When an application needs to look exactly alike in all platforms: There is no guarantee on HTML5/web applications about rendering over different browsers. So, if you want a pixel perfect app, then Silverlight would be the better option.
When there is a need to support multi-touch.
Consummate Tech’s Microsoft team can help you develop robust SharePoint solutions that empowers your organizations with efficient collaboration and communication. We can help you build intuitive interfaces and simple navigation features for effective document management.
Share and manage content, knowledge, and applications to empower teamwork, quickly find information, and seamlessly collaborate across the organization.
SharePoint Server gives you a new, modern platform for shared access, interaction, and collaboration. Now teamwork can occur anywhere and anytime quickly, reliably, and securely.
Create, share ideas, and make decisions with content management and collaboration tools that seamlessly integrate with other applications including OneDrive for Business, the Office Graph, and more.
You’re just a click away from what you are looking for, with powerful search and intelligent ways to discover information, expertise, and insights to inform decisions and guide action. SharePoint’s rich content management, along with valuable connections and conversations surfaced in Yammer, enable your organization to maximize the velocity of knowledge.
Build robust solutions, deliver business value, and achieve digital transformation. With SharePoint Server 2019, get new capabilities and improved support of Flow, Microsoft PowerApps, and more.
Take advantage of the cloud through hybrid cloud-based solutions with Microsoft Azure. We can help you migrate your solution to the cloud, enabling you with on-demand and secure resources of Azure. The Scale only according to need and improve your business agility.
Windows Azure, which was later renamed as Microsoft Azure in 2014, is a cloud computing platform, designed by Microsoft to successfully build, deploy, and manage applications and services through a global network of datacenters. This tutorial explains various features of this flexible platform and provides a step-by-step description of how to use the same.- Virtual machines: Create Microsoft or Linux virtual machines (VMs) in just minutes from a wide selection of marketplace templates or from your own custom machine images. These cloud-based VMs will host your apps and services as if they resided in your own data center.
- SQL databases : Azure offers managed SQL relational databases, from one to an unlimited number, as a service. This saves you overhead and expenses on hardware, software, and the need for in-house expertise.
- Azure Active Directory Domain services : Built on the same proven technology as Windows Active Directory, this service for Azure lets you remotely manage group policy, authentication, and everything else. This makes moving and existing security structure partially or totally to the cloud as easy as a few clicks.
- Application services : With Azure it’s easier than ever to create and globally deploy applications that are compatible with all popular web and portable platforms. Reliable, scalable cloud access lets you respond quickly to your business’s ebb and flow, saving time and money. With the introduction of Azure WebApps to the Azure Marketplace, it’s easier than ever to manage production, testing and deployment of web applications that scale as quickly as your business. Prebuilt APIs for popular cloud services like Office 365, Salesforce and more greatly accelerate development.
- Visual Studio team services : An add-on service available under Azure, Visual Studio team services offer a complete application lifecycle management (ALM) solution in the Microsoft cloud. Developers can share and track code changes, perform load testing, and deliver applications to production while collaborating in Azure from all over the world. Visual Studio team services simplify development and delivery for large companies or new ones building a service portfolio.
- Storage : Count on Microsoft’s global infrastructure to provide safe, highly accessible data storage. With massive scalability and an intelligent pricing structure that lets you store infrequently accessed data at a huge savings, building a safe and cost-effective storage plan is simple in Microsoft Azure.
The selection of Azure by business is driven most importantly by its efficiency at handling ‘Big Data’. This allows businesses a highly scalable and robust platform to store, manage, analyze and monitor data. Using business analytics solutions, such as demand forecasting and inventory optimization, businesses can focus on finding the real value in the data.
Microsoft offers an end-to-end, hybrid data infrastructure to its users on their own terms. Azure’s hybrid approach to cloud helps businesses overcome complexity and optimize existing assets. Azure provides hybrid consistency in application development, management and security, identity management and across the data platform. The ability to support more than one “as a Service” architecture is something companies look forward to.
Azure has the best IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) service, where it enables companies to outsource their cloud computing infrastructure and pay for only for what they use. In IaaS, everything from hardware upgrades to security updates is taken care of by the cloud provider (read Azure) and the price for this service is included in the IaaS subscription the company pays. This also gives small and mid-sized companies the flexibility in the context of how much they pay and when.
From an enterprise perspective, Azure benefits go beyond mere storage. Azure offers a unified delivery pipeline – source control, unit testing, integration testing, delivery, go live tools. With Azure, companies experience great continuity and reduced risk of integration failure as all tools are available under one authority. Azure’s fully integrated delivery pipeline is designed for efficiency in the case of product updates or any other changes, which creates a convincing business case.
One of the biggest concerns of companies moving to the cloud is the security. Taking into account the fact that companies adopt cloud computing only if they are confident about the provider’s cloud security measures, Microsoft has designed Azure keeping security in mind. Azure focuses on the three key areas of cloud security: encryption, design and operational security, and identity and access management. Microsoft Azure currently has more security compliance certificates (more than 20) than any cloud service provider, including ISO 27001 and 27018.
Unlike other organizations that have single servers or multiple servers, if that server fails or goes down, the complete process is down. Microsoft Azure offers high availability and redundancy in data not only locally, but across the globe. Azure can offer a SLA (service level agreement) of 99.95% availability i.e., approximately 4.38 hours of downtime per year, which is something that most businesses fail to achieve.
Microsoft Azure’s scalable architecture allows for the flexibility to scale up or down your IT resources depending on the workload demands. And, depending on the service that a company chooses, the company can even do so without the downtime. Moreover, the pay-as-you-go model enables companies to save all the upfront expenses of procuring new hardware, a new space and manpower to stand up new servers. Azure is designed to grow businesses, minimizing upfront costs and high maintenance fees, which seem pretty attractive for small and mid-sized businesses.
To help companies use a hybrid cloud approach and to help them migrate smoothly to its cloud platform, Microsoft has launched a number of tools and resources. An important one among these is the new Cloud Migration Assessment Service. It is a free tool to provide you with detailed information, like how much it will cost, how to size your environment, what virtual machine option to choose, and more, based on the specific configurations of your own datacenters.
Our expertise with Microsoft data platforms can empower you with real-time data to help you make better business decisions. Our Microsoft capabilities can help uniting several disparate information sources and create reports from across varied systems and databases. Our solutions can add insights to your data with focus on your KPIs.
In a disruptive world where the lifecycle and life-span keep getting shorter, enterprises must be continuously supplied with real-time data.
MS SQL Server is a relational database management system (RDBMS) developed by Microsoft. This product is built for the basic function of storing,retrieving data as required by other applications. It can be run either on the same computer or on another across a network. This tutorial explains some basic and advanced concepts of SQL Server such as how to create and restore data, create login and backup, assign permissions, etc. Each topic is explained using examples for easy understanding.
It can be installed via a setup wizard and the prerequisite updates are detected and downloaded by the installer automatically. The complexity of installing the software is minimized significantly because of automatic installation of updates. Other components such as analytical and database services can be installed separately afterward. Automatic updation also reduces maintenance costs quite significantly.
SQL Server 2008 uses Policy-Based Management to detect security policies that are non-compliant. This feature allows only authorized personnel access to the database. Security audits and events can be written automatically to log files.
The MS SQL server has built-in transparent data compression feature along with encryption. Users don’t need to modify programs in order to encrypt the data. The MS SQL server has access control coupled with efficient permission management tools. Further, it offers an enhanced performance when it comes to data collection.
SQL server includes effective data management and data mining tools along with disk partitioning. Your server’s optimum maintenance can be ensured by following effective data management practices. These practices also help you ensure the availability and recoverability of data.
Data integrity in SQL Server is enhanced by the use of ‘triggers’ which can be applied whenever a record is added, updated or deleted. This occurs at the table level and cannot thus be forgotten about, ignored or bypassed by the client machine. For example audit processes cannot be avoided (accidentally or deliberately) with this scenario.
As can be seen from the previous section, network traffic is greatly reduced in a client/server scenario, often by many orders of magnitude. This both improves network reliability (by reducing collisions, etc.) and also improves the performance of the network for other software (as there is less traffic on the network). Where there is a slow connection, such as over a telephone dial-up, Access is usually so slow as to be all but unusable (obviously this does depend upon the amount of data) whereas a SQL Server application, if designed for this environment, can still be perfectly useable.
This occurs when you are accessing your database over a connection that only supports low data speeds, which, for all practical situations, means anything other than a LAN. In all low bandwidth situations Access/JET usually performs so slowly as to be unusable whilst a correctly designed SQL Server system can be similar in speed to running it over a LAN.
A file server system such as Access is designed for small workgroups and is scalable to perhaps 10 concurrent clients. Above this level performance starts to degrade rapidly as more users are added. With the SQL Server client/server architecture many hundreds, or even thousands (with the appropriate infrastructure), of concurrent users can be supported without significant performance degradation.
With Access each client reads and writes directly to the raw data tables. If a client machine crashes while writing data this will usually cause the back-end database to also crash and become corrupt. The same thing will occur if the network fails, has a glitch or temporarily becomes overloaded. This problem becomes more apparent as the amount of data or the number of users increases. With SQL Server the clients do not talk directly with the tables but with an intelligent data manager on the server. This in turn reads and writes data from and to the tables. If a client machine crashes, or the network hiccups, this will not affect the underlying tables; instead the data manager realises that the transaction has not been completed and does not commit the partially transmitted data to the database. The database therefore continues to run without problem. The client/server system also maintains an automatic ‘transaction log’. If a backup has to be restored the transaction log can be run and should restore all completed transactions up to the time of the crash.
Connect collaborate and manage your entire business with Microsoft Dynamics. We can help you integrate with Microsoft Dynamics solutions for your business, from finance to operations. Talk to us to adopt Microsoft Dynamics to transform your business.
Companies today need to scale at lightning-fast speed to truly ace the demands of the new-age consumer. Their road to business transformation necessitates robust business growth strategies, coupled with an infallible cost-effective framework for execution. At Consummate Tech, we understand our clients’ evolving business needs to thrive in the digital era, and enrich their business transformation journey with Microsoft Dynamics 365 – CRM & ERP. Through our deep expertise across all modules of MS Dynamics 365, and IP-based unique tools & accelerators, we help our clients lower their TCO and automate their existing business processes, to achieve operational efficiency and improve business growth year-on-year.
With an extensive domain knowledge, customized solutions, and highly skilled subject matter experts, Consummate Tech’s Microsoft Dynamics 365 Practice has developed a proven enhanced sure-step methodology that revolutionizes our clients’ business growth through reduced TTM, improved customer experience, and an overall process efficiency. This in turn ensures that we deliver complex projects with ease, and also achieve an SEI-5 quality standard every single time.
Connected Operations : Microsoft Dynamics 365 is a cloud-based solution, which combines both CRM and ERP capabilities into one seamless application.
Actionable Insights : Real-time visibility into all areas of your business role-specific processes.
Improved Sales and Marketing Capabilities : A complete view of clients and prospects.
Opportunities to Drive Increased Revenue : Inbuilt powerful BI and analytical capabilities to track our clients’ business pipeline.
Scalability and Enhanced Customer Services : Improvisation of case management, with a 360o customer view.
Deployment at Ease : MS Dynamics 365 can be deployed on the cloud, on-premise, or as a hybrid.
Enhance your customer’s experience and grow your business by using Microsoft Dynamics 365 – Sales (CRM).
Achieve the agility to expand business opportunities, modify processes, and differentiate your business from the competition.
Improve employee productivity and increase information value, for greater business control and enhanced growth.
Go beyond customer profiling, and realize maximum value from all your business initiatives.
Ensure smooth transition to the new system, bring value to your business, and simplify your business processes.
Improve collaboration and ensure effective product management, instantaneously.
Office 365 is a cloud-based subscription service that brings together the best tools for the way people work today. By combining best-in-class apps like Excel and Outlook with powerful cloud services like OneDrive and Microsoft Teams, Office 365 lets anyone create and share anywhere on any device.
Our Office 365 experts will engage with you to understand your business and the challenges you face.
Our technical specialists will demonstrate how Office 365 can help you select the right package.
we can help you identify the skills and courses required for your administrators.
Computer World’s Microsoft consultants can help you with your Office 365 migration to ensure a seamless transition.
Allow your users to make the most of Office 365 with bespoke blended training.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM is a customer relationship management software package developed by Microsoft focused on enhancing the customer relationship for any organization. Out of the box, the product focuses mainly on Sales, Marketing, and Customer Service sectors, though Microsoft has been marketing Dynamics CRM as an XRM platform and has been encouraging partners to use its proprietary (.NET based) framework to customize it. In recent years, it has also grown as an Analytics platform driven by CRM.
The CRM Solution can be used to drive the sales productivity and marketing effectiveness for an organization, handle the complete customer support chain, and provide social insights, business intelligence, and a lot of other out-of-the-box functionalities and features. As a product, Microsoft Dynamics CRM also offers full mobile support for using CRM apps on mobiles and tablets.
CRM Online is a cloud-based offering of Microsoft Dynamics CRM where all the backend processes (such as application servers, setups, deployments, databases, licensing, etc.) are managed on Microsoft servers. CRM Online is a subscription-based offering which is preferred for organizations who may not want to manage all the technicalities involved in a CRM implementation. You can get started with setting up your system in a few days (not weeks, months or years) and access it on the web via your browser.
CRM on-premise is a more customized and robust offering of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, where the CRM application and databases will be deployed on your servers. This offering allows you to control all your databases, customizations, deployments, backups, licensing and other network and hardware setups. Generally, organizations who want to go for a customized CRM solution prefer on-premise deployment as it offers better integration and customization capabilities.