Security, performance, adaptability – your software architecture is the starting point for all developments and has to satisfy the most diverse requirements. We have implemented countless projects with SAS, Microsoft, JMP and Open Source and are familiar with the respective potential benefits. Our partnerships with SAS and Microsoft give us a valuable knowledge advantage, which we are happy to pass on to you.
We ensure reliable operation of your platforms and applications, including logging, monitoring and performance analyses. We also define and establish lean, recurring release and deployment processes for you. Our developments are based on many years of practical experience. We work from an operational perspective and operate your systems with developer knowledge (DevOps). To increase scalability and thus cost efficiency, we create flexible solutions in the cloud. This means that problems with over- or undersized IT architecture are a thing of the past.
- IT for data-driven business processes
- Development of data analysis applications
- Based on proven and current process models
- Technology diversity – vendor-related or open source
- Sector-specific regulatory knowledge
Dependable IT systems
From z/OS to Linux/Unix and Windows – when it comes to operating systems, the experts at HMS have can’t be fooled. To ensure smooth control and automation of processes, we use operating system scripting languages.
Software has to cover your current requirements as well as the challenges of the future. Whether SAS, Microsoft, JMP or open source – our software engineers develop high-quality and sustainable software for you: from requirements through version management and automated testing to continuous delivery.
Highest quality standards
Any modification to a software system potentially risks the quality of the results produced by the software. Not least for this reason, in some industries (medical device manufacturers or financial services providers), regulatory authorities prescribe quality requirements so as to counter operational risks as well as the risk to life and limb of patients. But even without the pressure from regulatory authorities or financial supervisors, timely planning of quality assurance saves time, nerves and ultimately money.
We advise you on the validation of systems and programmes as well as on change management, and we implement the appropriate measures:
- Writing validation plans and work instructions
- Performing risk analyses
- Conducting and documenting tests, also automated with unit testing tools
- Setting up technical environments for lifecycle management (development, testing, production)
- Analysing, evaluating and implementing changes to existing systems or programmes