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The Development team plays a very important role in translating the business requirements into business applications. A first class pool of resources continually provide quality development and are always eager to learn and share their ideas and skills within the team.

Several groups are involved in the development cycle:
• Software analysts gather the business requirements.
• Development managers prepare the project plan and assign the various tasks to the software developers in their teams.
• Software developer, using the appropriate coding language tools, develop the final product for QA testing. Software developers also maintain existing code for new and revised specifications.

At a more extended level, EDI systems are deployed through the group to improve connectivity and the development of new connectable applications. Intersystems Ensemble is a platform to develop, configure, deploy, and manage real time productions.
It includes the comprehensive range of technologies needed for any connectivity task, in a unified “single stack” architecture that provides ease-of-use and enables rapid project completion. Ensemble users typically complete projects twice as fast compared to previous generations of integration products. Ensemble is used by enterprises that want advanced integration technology to overcome the limitations of traditional interface software and time-consuming point-to-point methods. By establishing enterprise service bus and service-oriented architecture infrastructures, Ensemble enables the creation of composite applications that preserve and extend previous software investments.

Based on business requirements, EDI Specialists use industry standard software translators for mapping between the various subsystems and the EDI transmissions. For all the EDI format already supported, the EDI team monitors and troubleshoots the EDI communication as well as configure any new EDI partners.