We help clients build, scale and operate superior customer experiences in their industries from strategy consulting and creative design to the back-end platforms. TpISENT can help you envision brand, business and customer opportunities, create sustainable products and experiences, activate marketing channels and campaigns, scale your platforms and infrastructure, and operate your new and efficient models as a service. We combine the latest data driven consulting methods, development methodologies, tools and services to help clients deliver solutions that focus on customer value. Our in-house local and international consultants and software developers offer a wide range of solutions, as well as a full suite of technology and platform engineering services. We can help you develop and or integrate any of the following software applications;

Systems Integration Services

TpISENT consultants can help you deliver solutions that aims to connect various IT systems, hardware and software into one cohesive and well-functioning body. As systems integrators, we specialize in bringing together component subsystems into a whole and ensuring that those subsystems function together
  • Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
  • Web Content and Experience Management Platforms (Acquia Drupal, IBM, DotNetNuke, Joomla, WordPress, Contentful, Adobe)
  • Digital Asset Management (Adobe, ,
  • Marketing Automation and Campaign/Lead Management
  • Customer Data Platforms
  • Customer Relationship Management (SugarCRM, Dolibarr, Microsoft Dynamics 365, SAP Hybris)
  • Enterprise Collaboration and social Networking
  • Enterprise Portals
  • Microsoft Office 365
  • Digital Services

    Brands, businesses and governments are rushing to become more digital because every customer wants to go digital. What is Digital? The term Digital Services refers to the electronic delivery of information including data and content across multiple platforms and devices like web or mobile

    Digital Creative Services

    TpISENT have a full service creative agency specialized in IU/UX, and branding. We offer the following services
  • Concept development
  • service design
  • interaction design
  • visual design
  • digital identity
  • product design
  • prototyping and testing
  • digital branding
  • Application Development Services

    Interactive Applications

    In computer science, interactive computing refers to software which accepts input from humans as it runs. Interactive software applications includes most popular programs, such as word processors or spreadsheet applications but most of these are moving to the web. An interactive web or mobile application customizes the users experience on your website by putting the visitor in control. It blends function and form, becoming a digital asset that people can use. Example of such applications are;
    • Web Applications - A web application is a software application that runs on a remote server. In most cases, Web browsers are used to access Web applications, over a network, such as the Internet. Some web applications are used in intranets, in companies and schools
    • Portal Applications - A portal application is a Web-accessible, interactive tool on a secured website that delivers both related and unrelated applications, services and links. Portal applications provide data in an easily understandable format, modify or manipulate the data, and communicate with companies or individuals about the data
    • Mobile Applications - A mobile app or mobile application is a computer program or software application designed to run on a mobile device such as a phone/tablet or watch.
    • Fat Client Applications - A fat client is a computer, in client–server architecture or networks, that typically provides rich functionality independent of the central server. Originally known as just a "client" or "thick client," the name is contrasted to thin client, which describes a computer heavily dependent on a server's applications

    Automation Applications

    • Business Process Management (BPM) Applications - A BPM application is a tool that allows organizations to manage, automate, and optimize their recurring business processes. Business process management applications generally consist of a customizable digital form to collect information for the process and an automated workflow of tasks to process the information
    • Event Driven Architecture (EDA) Applications - Event-driven architecture (EDA), is a software architecture pattern promoting the production, detection, consumption of, and reaction to events. ... A car dealer's system architecture may treat this state change as an event whose occurrence can be made known to other applications within the architecture
    • Batch Applications - A batch application conforms to one of the batch programming models. Batch work is expressed as jobs. Jobs are made up of steps. All steps in a job are processed sequentially
    • Silent Commerce Applications - Silent Commerce is an expression for the execution of business transactions between electronic devices. It happens without assistance and in some cases even without awareness of the human owners of those devices. Another name for electronic commerce where automated financial exchanges are transacted between two or more machines without human intervention
    • Embedded Applications - A software application that permanently resides in an industrial or consumer device. Providing some type of control function and/or user interface, the software is typically stored in a non-volatile memory such as ROM or flash memory.

    Analytics Applications

    • Business Intelligence (BI) Applications
    • Reporting Applications
    • Business Activity Monitoring (MAB) Applications

    Systems Architecture Services

    Systems Architecture is the foundation to plan, design, build and integrate your application. TpISENT offers architecture assessment, software engineering and DEVOPS services. Clients typically ask us to help them plan, build and operate the following architectures.

    Operation architecture

    Runtime architecture

    Business Architecture

    • Business Mission Vision
    • Critical Success factors
    • Goals and objectives
    • Metrics and KPIs
    • Process Architecture
    • Organization Architecture
    • Business Capabilities
    • Business Requirements

    Information Architecture

    • Master data management
    • Enterprise information modeling and planning
    • Data repositories and caches
    • Enterprise data integration
    • Quality and data governance
    • Analytics and reporting

    Technical Architecture

    • Platform and capability architecture
    • Architectural responsibilities
    • Process and organization alignment
    • Meta use case and actors
    • Non-functional requirements
    • SLA for capabilities

    Application Architecture

    • Application portfolio
    • Services Architecture
    • Application and data integrations
    • Process and event management
    • Usage model and standards
    • Application content management
    • Enterprise reporting
    • Customer-focused digital experience using leading Lightweight Enterprise Architectures, Coupled, Progressively Decoupled and Decoupled Platform Architectures
    • Methodology: Scrum: an agile project management methodology to deliver new software capabilities every 2-4 weeks
    • Platforms/Frameworks: Drupal, WordPress, DotNetNuke, Dolibarr, Symfony,
    • Programming Languages: PHP, Python, R, ASP.Net, VBScript, React, Angular, Java, Objective-C, Swift, CSS, HTML, JavaScript,
    • Cloud Service Providers: Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Microsoft Azure Cloud, Acquia Cloud, Pantheon
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