GTW-Framework is the software development platform created by Gateway S.C.S.. Its architecture reflects our philosophy at Gateway S.C.S. for the deployment of software applications over the Internet.
GTW-Framework makes it possible for Gateway S.C.S. to deliver to its clients software as a service that is constructed cosidering the web as a platform. We abide by the following principles when constructing all our projects using GTW-Framework:
The services already in operation benefit from the continual stream of improvements that GTW-Framework elements harness. In this way clients are able to maintain their products at a state-of-the-art level.
We deliver software as a service, not as a product to our clients. Our prices are vastly more competitive since management and maintenance of the technological infrastructure are included. Our clients avoid costly investments in hardware, software and communications, as well as, save on the cost of information technology training.
Our clients can trust in the reliability of the product as they are constructed using software that has been tested and widely used. The speed of deployment when combining multi-configurable solutions and scalability of the service when the needs of the client grow, etc, are accentuated more and more as GTW-Framework evolves.
In sum, we allow ourselves the opportunity to devote ourselves to our work. To contribute value to our client's work in every way. Our knowledge of technology is not only what we use to work but is written into the very fabric of what we produce.
Thanks to GTW-Framework, large scale solutions and smaller projects are treated with the same care and attention. Our expert knowledge is applied to even the most modest of projects in order to achieve the highest level of quality development. The following list contains projects of various sizes which share the same infrastructure:
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