Company Profile
COMPANY OVERVIEW
GIP Infosystems Pvt. Ltd. is the sister concern of Global IT Point; a software development company based in India. We employ highly qualified software development engineers and provide our clients with the security and operational development framework they require.
The company was founded at the beginning of the millennium by a team of enthusiastic IT specialists who wanted to overcome the routine and create a company that would act in the market not only for business success but for the sake of Technology itself. Thus, the mission of the company was defined – to contribute to forward-looking transformation of the society through software development. Over 7 years of work, we have developed a range of solutions and gained ample experience in the services we offer: Custom Software Development, E-commerce Solutions Development, E-learning Solutions Development, Web development, Project Recovery, Consulting, and Quality Assurance.
Our specialists have been providing software development services for multiple clients from India, France and Malaysia, starting from small companies and continuing with very big and well known clients. Over 7 years, we have completed different kinds of projects; and we specialize in automation of business processes used by our clients.

PERSONNEL
Directors – 3
Marketing – 2
Project Managers – 3
Business Analyst – 2
Senior developers/ Architect – 4
Developers – 11
QA engineers/Testers – 3

KEY INDUSTRIES
Retail and Distribution
Finance
E-commerce
Medicine and Healthcare
Defense

TECHNOLOGIES
Company has gained extensive expertise in Microsoft technologies:
Microsoft .NET.
o ASP.NET (Web Forms, Web Controls)
o Windows Forms, Windows Controls
o ADO.NET
o Enterprise Services (COM+, MSMQ)
o XML Web Services
o Remoting
o Mobile Toolkit
o Interoperability (COM, PInvoke)
o C#, J#, VB.NET, Managed C++
SharePoint Portal
MS SQL

METHODOLOGY
In developing our project execution model, we ensure to make the project flow easy and transparent for the client.
Every project has its 5 stages, which are:
1. Requirement Analysis
2. Design
3. Implementation
4. Testing
5. Evaluation

Requirement Analysis
This is when the initial requirement collection takes place – our business analysts and software architects will carefully study your requirements to prepare a comprehensive proposal. You don't have to provide us with structured documentation; just let us know your thoughts and expectations, and our specialists will work on defining all the details by asking you some questions and offering our ideas on your project. The proposal is free for you and has no obligations.

Design
At this stage we will clearly describe your requirements in project documentation. Our specialists will prepare a proposal describing the product's performance, technologies, design features, verification requirements, etc. as well as the estimation of workload and cost of the project. The requirements management allows for the activities for obtaining and controlling requirement changes and ensuring that other relevant plans and data are kept current. Requirements management continues all through the project, culminating in the comparison of the product against the requirements.

Implementation
The implementation is the greatest stage of the project where most of the programming, coding and various types of testing like Glass Box testing, unit testing, etc takes place

Testing
At the testing stage we define the best possible integration sequence, integrate the product components, perform integration and functional testing and deliver the product to the client.

Evaluation
Evaluation is an essential part of any project, which ensures the top quality of our solutions. This is a complex process, which takes place at all other stages of the project and includes the following activities:
Strong project management
Transparent project flow
Well-defined requirements and structured project documentation
Deep testing, bug-tracking and fixing
Process monitoring, product evaluation in regard to the specified requirements and client expectations
Usability analysis
Confidentiality and Intellectual Property Protection