A History Rich in .Net
As demand for .Net services continues to grow, clients often ask about our history with it. The short answer is that it’s a history that goes back over a decade and across a wide variety of industries! The longer answer is that J2EE and .NET services support at QAT Global began back in 2001 and has evolved into as a set of standards-based business rules and strategies championed by our chief technologists.
The service has grown today into a primary solution offering of ours. Clients seeking co-existence in SOA and successful transitions for legacy systems to .NET or J2EE-based Service Oriented Architectures have sought out the expertise of QAT Global for many, many years now. We’ve also done quite a number of development projects over the years in .Net.
As enterprise application development specialists, our clients include the likes of FedEx, The State of Missouri Department of Secondary Education, J.P Morgan Retirement Planning Systems, Union Pacific, and First National Merchant Services. Here is a quick sampling of projects we’ve been involved in over the years:
QAT Global provided the vision, architecture, and implementation on viable Web Services implemented with the .Net Framework and SQL Server; this included an AJAX Web Application using our WebDaptive Product against the newly created .Net Web Services. In addition, provided the technical vision, architecture and knowledge transfer to allow their mainframe CICS transactions consume .Net based Web Services.
U.S Federal Government Agency
QAT Global was instrumental in providing the vision of an approach, actual implementation for heterogeneous Web Services.
International Commercial Delivery Transportation Company
QAT Global provided the high level strategic consulting on architecture, infrastructure, and best practices. Efforts included how-to advice on a viable Web Services and SOA environment as it relates to utilizing a WebLogic Application Server environment.
Large Financial Institution
QAT Global provided the vision and implementation on viable Web Services utilizing WebSphere Application Servers; this included wrapping critical legacy systems and exposing them as Web Services. Additionally, we implemented an AJAX Web Application using our WebDaptive Product against the wrapped Legacy System Web Services.
Fortune 500 Transportation Corporation
QAT Global was instrumental in providing the vision of an approach, actual implementation for heterogeneous B2B integration via open standards. In addition, provided the vision and implementation on Java Services utilizing TIBCO; this included wrapping critical legacy systems and exposing them as Java Services.