Software Development Advisors

Mr. Sanjay Kumar

Software Development Advisor

He leads the development, maintenance, and modification of software to meet company needs and user suggestions. He also prepare program documentation, direct other analysts or programmers, and assign, prioritize, and monitor workloads.
Some responsibilities include:
   Providing guidance and training to the team
   Preparing status reports to the department manager
  Ensuring projects are completed successfully in accordance with project goals and requirements
   Maintaining proactive and cooperative relationships within the project team
   Staying accessible to project team members
   Keeping up-to-date with technology changes and direction
 Providing expertise with application development methodologies and standards for program analysis, design, coding, testing, debugging, and implementation

Mr. Alwin James

Software Development Advisor

A seasoned IT professional with over 30 years of rich & diverse experience across IT Consulting, Enterprise IT Architecting, Product Strategy Formulation, Solution Designing, Pre-sales, Practice Management, Project Management & Software Development. Proven abilities in managing stakeholder interests, effective trade-off analysis, enabling & guiding strategic IT decisions, designing the IT architecture and steering the implementation of end-to-end IT solutions aligned with the business objectives. Highly experienced in managing & delivering IT consulting engagements including hands-on due diligence exercises, IT architecture assessments and technology / product / application portfolio evaluation. Rich experience in leading IT Architecture design and IT Roadmap definition initiatives in key domains/ verticals including strategies to adopt contemporary paradigms like Cloud Computing, Big Data, mobility, etc. Proficient in leading the development of: - Multiple components/”views” of the Enterprise IT Architecture - "Application Architecture", “Integration Architecture”, "Information Architecture”, "Infrastructure Architecture" & other critical aspects viz. Performance, Reliability, Availability, Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity Planning, etc. - Formal architectural specifications in compliance with standard frameworks (IEEE-1471, RM-ODP, TOGAF). - New Practices which entail building core competencies, enhancing intellectual assets, adopting new frameworks & methodologies, and focusing on people development initiatives.