Enterprise Software Development company

Enterprise Software Development

Enterprise Software Development

We offer Enterprise Software in order to meet the needs of an organization rather than an individual. It is designed with a specific business goal in mind. When we are to develop an enterprise software, we follow different steps which include the following;

  • Conduct needs assessment. This exercise is conducted to establish the current uptake technology with the client. .
  • Elicit requirements. We gather requirements of the to be developed system by conducting interviews/meetings with the client, reading the existing documentation and laws mandating the organization to do its work. other requirements gathering techniques we employ include questionnaires, user observation, workshops, brainstorming and prototyping. After gathering requirements, we review the requirements with the client’s technical team, then we develop a user requirements document and share with the client’s technical team .
  • Design and develop the system. We develop the database design, system design and user interface design in line with the user requirements and system requirements specified by the client
  • Test the developed system. This exercise is done in order to evaluate the quality of the software with the aim of finding and fixing defects.
  • Deploy the system. The final system is released and installed at the client’s premises.
  • System training. We conduct training of trainers and staff training sessions on the understanding of all system modules and functions. We also train system administrators on access control management and support of the system users.
  • Maintain the developed system. According to the service level agreement, we ensure that needs continue to be met and that the system continues to perform as per the specifications made by the clients.

Enterprise software projects completed by Kumusoft include.

GEMIS; it is a Gender and Equity Management Information System, which is a centralized repository for all information of the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) regarding gender and equity. GEMIS has two parts that is to say;

  • GEMIS Public Portal. is used by the external stakeholders that include; Statutory bodies and Agencies like; Ministry of Gender, Labor and Social Development, National Planning Authority, Office of the Prime Minister, Ministry of Finance Planning and Economic Development, Parliament, Social and Cultural Communities such as schools and hospitals, external assessors and facilitators with portal account that will created and managed by EOC.
  • GEMIS Internal System. is used by Equal Opportunities Commission staff that include; Facilitators/Trainers, Assessors, Trackers and System Administrators. The Internal System allows the EOC staff/users to perform different compliance and enforcement activities such as training institutions, assessing and tracking progress on policy compliance as well as update the public on the commission’s activities and events.