Enterprise Application Development

Business process become more simplified than ever with an advanced technology and techniques. Software for business as an enterprise applications are complex, scalable, distributed, component-based, and mission-critical those can be deployed on a variety of platforms across corporate networks, intranets, or the Internet. They are data-centric, user-friendly, and must meet stringent requirements for security, administration, and maintenance. Developing such custom enterprise applications mean to satisfy multiple requirements to deliver the best fit solution is the mission critical and challenging.


Every development decision take for each requirement affects many other requirements, few are difficult to predict or understand, this is to be a part of business requirement analysis, where Tekhqs push best practice efforts to better analyze complexities to solve enterprise challenges for the solution.

Enterprise Application Models

Developing an enterprise applications are complex to grasp it completely, at a one time its not easy to hold all the requirements, option and design choices in mind, better much less understand how each requirement affects all the others. Simplifying designing and development of large-scale distributed applications is to group the similar requirement together into a small number of abstract categories further can be arranged to show how they affect and depend on one another allows to break overall development problems in small manageable tasks. It is a systematic approach to control the whole long term development process as we do.


The enterprise application model is the summation of all requirements those mainly classified into below sub-models. Each model defines sets of requirements to deliver within each model.

Enterprise Modal
Development model

Development team, Development process, Project management, Source code, control Testing, Application milestones and deliverables

Enterprise Modal
Business model

Business goals, Development cost, Return on investment, Resources needed, Time constraints, Security and maintenance, Existing infrastructure investment, Business rules and policies

Enterprise Modal
User model

User interface, Ease-of-use requirements, Training and documentation, Application support, User’s desktop configuration and Network connection

Enterprise Modal
Logical model

Logical structure of the application, Object and data modeling, Business objects and services Interface definitions

Enterprise Modal
Technology model

Component development or reuse Development Tools, Deployment Platforms System and database technologies Clustering, pooling, and messaging technologies

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Architecture model

Physical application architecture, Distribution and interconnection of components Product of the iterative inputs of each of the other sub-models