IT Consulting

Solution Architect

Inexxa Technologies can bring to life your ideas and objectives and transform them into tangible outcomes! Bridging the gap between business needs and the technical implementation, ensuring that the proposed solutions align with the organization’s goals, architecture, and constraints. Closely working with stakeholders, including business analysts, project managers, and technical teams, to create comprehensive and coherent IT solutions, meeting your business requirements and ensuring that our solutions are efficient, secure, and scalable to meet the unique challenges of your enterprise.

Inexxa Technologies can staff your IT project, from the Solution Architects, Analysts, Project Managers, Engineers, Administrators and Technicians .

  • Gathering business documentation, collaborate with internal development teams to provide analysis, business requirements and objectives to identify the appropriate solutions.
  • Design and propose the technologies, systems, software, and technical architecture to ensure, functionality, performance, and scalability requirements.
  • Overseeing the implementation, testing, and deployment of the solution, ensuring it meets quality, security, and compliance standards.

Software Development

From propitiatory to customized ‘out-of-the-box’ software solutions, and No Code/Low Code applications, Inexxa Technologies can deliver the solution tailored to meet your business needs. We analyze your business processes, map a solution to your business’s workflow and implement a solution managed through Waterfall, Agile, and Scrum methodologies, allowing for continuous improvement, adaptability, testing, risk management, with early issue detection in the developmental process.

  1. Planning: The initial phase where project goals, scope, and requirements are established, laying the foundation for the development process.
  2. Analysis: A deep dive into the requirements, understanding user needs, and refining the project scope to create detailed specifications.
  3. Design: Crafting a blueprint for software architecture, including system components, user interfaces, and interactions between elements.
  4. Implementation: Writing code to create the software components, translating the design into functional instructions for computers.
  5. Testing and integration: Ensuring the software functions as intended and is free from defects, by conducting various tests and combining individual components into a unified system.
  6. Maintenance: Providing ongoing support for the software, including updates, bug fixes, and enhancements to address user feedback and evolving requirements.