- Google Apps for Business
- Custom Google Maps
- Domain Names and Hosting
- Business Analysis
Need something different? Feel free to drop us an email to explain your requirements and we’ll let you know if we have someone available who can help.
Google Apps For Business
Google Apps For Business is a cloud-based productivity suite that helps you and your team connect and get work done from anywhere on any device. It’s simple to set up, use and manage, allowing you to work smarter and focus on what really matters. 5 million businesses Worldwide are already using Google Apps to save time and money.
Google Apps For Business costs only US$5 +GST per user, per month, or to save more money, pay annually in advance at a cost of US$50 +GST per user, per year.
How much could you benefit with Google Apps?
|Benefits To Your Business included in the cost|
*US$5 +GST per user, per month
Gmail: Email with Google-powered search, up to 30 GB of storage, offline support, custom email addresses and much more.
Calendar: Easily schedule meetings at times that work for everyone, get meeting reminders and share calendars.
Drive: Google Drive allows you to store your files in the cloud, share them and have access to them from anywhere.
Docs: Create, share and work on documents with your whole team in real time.
Sheets: Manage spreadsheet data faster with click-to-edit charts and discussion style comments.
Slides: Create presentations together, embed videos and never press save again.
Strong business analysis skills are necessary when developing solutions, whether they are software solutions or business solutions.
To identify the best solutions for your business, our business analysts use critical thinking, requirements gathering and analysis, and their great communication skills; Additionally our business analysts may act as a liaison between your business and your solution provider.
Depending upon your requirements, some of the deliverables may be:
- Business requirements – usually expressed in terms of broad outcomes.
- Functional/System requirements – what the current project needs to achieve in order to meet the business requirements. This deliverable may include manual processes as well as system processes.
- Use-Cases – functional requirements that are expanded out into detailed individual requirements that contain standard and alternate states. When well written, these are often used as the start point for test cases.
- Non-Functional requirements – requirements that don’t perform a specific function, i.e. performance, usability.
- Implementation requirements – requirements detailing how to transition from the current state to the future state.
- Report specifications – Define the reports, their purposes and any attributes they require.
- Traceability matrix – a requirements cross-matrix. High level concepts are matched to individual requirements or use cases.
- Any other deliverables you may require.