e-Sci Corporation provides leading edge services, support, and products for the Government, Corporate, and Educational sectors.
Enterprise Web Portals
We are experienced in the latest technologies for building enterprise web portals. From doing a customer requirements analysis to designing XML schema and data models and associated middleware for connecting data or document repositories to a community of web users. Our current technology of choice is the J2EE enterprise architecture, with UML modelling tools. We are also tracking technology developments and maturity of the .NET toolset and will be offering expertise using alternatives as customer requirements and applications dictate.
We have substantial experience in visualization of scientific data. We are familiar with the major visualization packages including IDL, AVS, and IBM OpenDX. We also have experience in connecting visualization systems through universal web browsers either through server image generation or directly through Java3D or VRML.
Business Process Reengineering
e-Sci team has been customer engaged and has been actively involved in requirements capture phase of the software development life-cycle and the subsequent functional decomposition and analysis. As part of the agile development methodology, e-Sci has participated/presented numerous prototypes and specific business capabilities through use case analysis, screen mock-ups and prototypes and iteration through agile methodology.
Enterprise Design, Integration, and Consolidation
e-Sci has been involved in the execution of the entire Software Development Life-Cycle (SDLC) and has expertise in documentation of requirements analysis, critical design reviews, software and security traceability matrices, and software design and architecture documents. As solutions architects, we conduct Market Research, trade studies to identify technology products that can be integrated, and also perform Cost-Benefit Analysis to provide the best possible Technology Insertion plan to our government customers.
Electronic Handbooks are unique way of documenting business processes as well as capturing them to facilitate process automation. Metrics can be incorporated to monitor process performance and remediate business processes.
We have experience in developing scientific data systems integrated with the search and query capabilities of object/relational databases. We have accomplished this with the HDF data format and the Informix database with spatial extensions. This was used to store processed data into the database and then be able to do queries based on metadata attributes and data content.