Whether cloud, hybrid or on-premise, architecture is a guiding strategy that dictates
the principals for which a system will deliver business outcomes through the use
of technology. In a architectural engagement our architects will work to understand
the current state, the organisation’s desired future state, the gap between the
two, and then provide guidance as to what projects, products and people are required
to deliver the desired state. This may require silos of data to be opened up or
the automation of complex business processes.
Consulting and Implementation
Burch Technologies has over 12 years experience in successfully delivering Microsoft
BizTalk and .NET application integration solutions, to a wide range of industries.
These solutions deliver major value, including cost and productivity savings to
our clients, by integrating disparate applications, processes, and systems ensuring
efficient data flows and information consistency across organisations and trading
These same principles that have been applied to our on-premise application integration,
have been transferred to our Microsoft Azure cloud solutions and this competence
is showcased in our InvoiceSmash e-invoicing application, a Software as a Service
(SaaS) solution on Microsoft Azure, liberalising functionality often seen only in
high end systems.
Our range of services includes, development, infrastructure design and build / cloud
sizing / resourcing, health checks / reviews of existing solutions, upgrades, hosting
and project turnarounds.
Project services include all, or a selection of the following stages:
- Proof of Concept
- Solution Design
- Solution Development
- Developer team mentoring
- Infrastructure build (Windows, SQL Server, BizTalk)
- System Testing
- Ongoing support
Cloud Application Integration Services
As workloads are moved to the cloud, application integration becomes critical. The
Microsoft Azure Service Bus, reflects the same principals as that of BizTalk when
it comes to application integration. The transition to cloud will vary according
to the nature of the application and the number of external application connections.
For applications that require the rapid contraction / expansion of resources for
example will move speedily to the cloud, whereas legacy applications will most likely
see a journey from on-premise to hybrid to cloud over an extended time horizon. Get in touch with us to learn more.