An application development commonly refers to a program that can be run on any device to complete specific tasks within an organisation.

Applications can be built on various platforms such as OutSystems and Microsoft Azure. At Novata Solutions we work closely with you to understand your business needs, using low code environments to rapidly develop powerful and proven applications.
.Net Application Development
Business Process Modelling
Refers to the graphical representation of an organisations workflows.
Database Modelling
Database models show the logical structure, relationships and constraints within an application development.

Solution Architecture

A Solution Architecture outlines the development processes for projects to be built and deployed.

Microsoft Azure Consulting
Azure is an on-premise environment that enables cloud computing platforms to manage physical assets, focusing on infrastructure, required when building next generation applications.
OutSystems low-code platforms enable rapid delivery of business applications. Rather than developing your application with large quantities of custom code, low-code platforms utilise full-stack visual modelling and design, providing the ability to design, build, customise, deploy and scale your application quickly.
Application Support
Once your application has been deployed, Novata Solutions offers support and maintenance so that your application continues to run seamlessly.
Combining our innovative and agile practices with intelligent management, creativity and a high level of ICT expertise, we deliver solutions that transform your strategies and plans into real outcomes by utilising the best people in the industry.
If there is one thing that we love more than coffee, it's talking to you about an Application suited to your business. Let's combine the two!

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