Before you can move forward, you have to understand where you are. If you have a code base or system infrastructure you need to asses, our expert developers and code architects can help. System auditing means taking a look at an entire ecosystem involving operating systems, licensed software, cloud-based services, custom code bases, and data stores then assessing their architecture as a custom business solution. After a macro-analysis, we can then analyze the individual components of your system, optimizing code, website performance, and databases.
In addition to a technical analysis of the system, our designers and usability experts can examine the workflows and human interfaces for the system. Often in large systems, there can be redundancies and workflows that are less than ideal. Sometimes these issues lead to human users circumventing the system entirely. This is why it is important to focus on the human factor when performing a system audit, not just the software and hardware. A smooth running system not only functions technically well, but integrates seamlessly into a human users' workflow.
While system auditing applies mainly to enterprise solutions, mid-size and even small businesses can often use many different software solutions working as an integrated system. More cloud based business solutions are available every day, most of which have application programming interfaces (APIs). Using those APIs, multiple vendors' solutions can be streamlined into a comprehensive and efficient system for your organization.