Rich Internet Applications, popularly known as RIA, are web applications that are loaded with features and functionality of traditional desktop applications. A Rich Internet Application (RIA) runs on the web but provides powerful features and functionality of a traditional desktop application. Instead of centering on client/server technology in which whole processing is done on the server side, RIA uses client side technology to execute most of the instructions at client side only. Thus, RIA decreases response time and fastens customer's request execution.
Using the broad reach of Internet, RIAs can be deployed across browsers and desktops. Intelligent Modules offers RIA development services through AJAX or other client-side engine approaches, such as using Adobe Flash, Adobe Flex and more recently, Microsoft Silverlight.
Our Rich Internet Applications Skill set:
Flash Media Server
Business Process Automation
The BPA process is geared toward implementing software applications to automate routine business tasks through initiation, execution and completion, while achieving enterprise-wide workflow efficiency. An Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system is often conceived as a BPA implementation outcome. BPA is designed to maintain efficiency and increase the stability and operational productivity of an underutilized workforce by integrating business critical software applications. BPA works by analyzing critical and non-critical business processes and their relationship and dependency on other business processes and external partners, in addition to developing or sourcing automated software and computing processes. BPA is based on three fundamental principles:
Orchestration: Allows organizations to build systems that provide centralized management of its enterprise computing architecture.
Integration: Amalgamates business functions by ensuring the BPA system is spread across the process-centric boundaries of an organization.
Automated execution: Reduces multiple tasks with minimal human intervention.