SISE Ltd was formed in May 2003 to provide a full service orientated bespoke software solutions to our clients.
SISE vision is to become a global leader to provide a full range of high quality products and services
to our clients in a cost effective method that are efficient, feasible and easy to use.
"Our aspiration is to deliver IT Solutions to meet our clients' expectations"
SISE aims to provide worldwide competitive IT solutions by leveraging
on our core competence and focusing on our clients' evolving needs.
Our aim is to provide a dynamic environment to blend business and technology strategies.
"We aim to provide bespoke client / server applications within MS Windows, intranet & internet environment"
We encourage creativity, innovation and technical environment for our staff to achieve professional excellence within SISE through continuous improvement and value added services.
SISE take a structured approach to system development and
employ the appropriate methodology to suit each and every project.
These include: flexible n-Tier develoment framework,
rapid application development integrated with the traditional "waterfall"
system development life cycle (SDLC) models.
We believe in better ROI by utilising optimum development timeframe without sacrificing the quality.
We value the importance of Cost, Quality, Timeframe and Resources as the important factors for all successful projects. To achieve this, we deploy:
We provide a range of services including:
Teachers from industry: Voices of experience
When it comes to the fast-moving world of IT, staying ahead of emerging industry trends is vital, says Kumar Sinha, IT lecturer and course leader on the new computing foundation degree on offer at East Berkshire College.
A former hardware and software developer for major multinational IT clients, Sinha now combines teaching with running his own specialist software company. "It's important that the students have a role model who has direct industry experience and who can help them relate the theoretical side of their course to real business examples. Students need to understand for instance why it is that poor management can mean up to 75 per cent of business IT projects failing to reach delivery on time, and they can only do that if there are real companies to examine." When it comes to securing work for students, Sinha believes that old-fashioned networking is an important tool. "The team behind the new foundation degree are working hard to forge links with local businesses and when it comes to working, my fellow teachers and I will be hoping to put our local contacts to good effect.
[The Independent, Thursday 15 November 2007]