We bring application modernization to a whole another level by utilizing approaches including human-centric design, design thinking, iterative development, automated testing, and DevSecOps.
You have a legacy application that brings you nightmares. You would like to modernize it without breaking the bank. Allow Enquizit to perform a discovery Sprint where we will use techniques such as interviews, code reviews, and assessment questionnaires to create a report on how to modernize your application.
The report would include sections such as:
You have an idea for a product that you would like to market. Instead of spending millions of dollars to see if there is a fit, you want to first validate the idea. In this intense 2-4 week engagement, Enquizit team will work with your stakeholders and subject matter experts (SME) to discover, ideate, and validate your concepts. We use the Human-Centered Design toolkit to deliver products your users will appreciate.
You have your application in the cloud, now what? Allow Enquizit in to review your architecture against several best practices for security, reliability, scalability, cost, adoption of automation techniques, and performance.
You would like a secure and compliant environment in the cloud to explore your data and derive business insights. You would like to leverage AI, ML, and data science capabilities that the cloud provides. Enquizit will deliver a data lake with automation and tools to ingest and analyze petabytes of data. The data lake will be built with security and compliance best practices considered.
First, we will perform audits and assessments to identify risks and mitigate threats. Next, we will help you design and configure and deploy the appropriate IAM solution.
We are vendor-neutral and our engineers have experience building and maintaining identity provider (IDP) solutions for over 30 million users.
We support clients on a wide array of authorization platforms including:
Our team has comprehensive working knowledge of National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) standards for identity proofing process (IAL) and authentication process (AAL).
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