Systems Design and Engineering
In conjunction with its strategic partners, Locum can provide detailed systems design, integration and engineering. Utilizing their years of experience and by keeping a close watch on future trends in software and hardware, Locum is able to provide its' clients with designs that not only fit with their existing infrastructure, but also has the ability to integrate with future systems development.
As with any vehicle, the need to replace and upgrade IT is as important as maintaining efficient transport. Locum can help you with the right selection and design, based on your needs not on something that is short-lived or without a basis in tangible returns.
There are countless words and articles written on the methodology of systems design and engineering, often using acronyms like SDLC, SAD, OOA, et al. But at Locum, the belief is simple: Does it work, Does it fit and can users actually use it? To that end, Locum employs a Measurable Goals approach, or taking the list of requirements only as clues and repeatedly asking "why?" until the actual business purposes are discovered. Deliverables may change more slowly than the long list of specific but unmeasured requirements, but when a small set of critical, measured goals has been established, rapid prototyping and short iterative development phases can deliver actual value long before the project is completed.
Locum Integration offers a wide range of professional information technology consulting services, covering every aspect of project management, software development, application design and development and IT management. Locum utilizes a very talented and seasoned team of I.T. professionals who understand our client's business challenges and practical methodologies. We deliver quality solutions that result in measurable results.
In addition to the services offered in application and software development, senior Locum consultants provide highly effective IT advisory services to numerous organizations. These services have been utilized by clients when faced with such challenges as the replacement of a mission-critical system, build versus buy decisions, evaluation of IT departmental effectiveness, staff planning, and IT strategy.