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As a consultant you need to develop good competence in new technology with management skills
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ERP Technologies

ERP (enterprise resource planning) is an industry term for the broad set of activities that helps a business manage the important parts of its business. The information made available through an ERP system provides visibility for key performance indicators (KPIs) required for meeting corporate objectives. ERP software applications can be used to manage product planning, parts purchasing, inventories, interacting with suppliers, providing customer service, and tracking orders. ERP can also include application modules for the finance and human resources aspects of a business. Typically, an ERP system uses or is integrated with a relational database system.


Different people have different definitions for a data warehouse. The most popular definition came from Bill Inmon, who provided the following: A data warehouse is a subject-oriented, integrated, time-variant and non-volatile collection of data in support of management's decision making process. Subject-Oriented: A data warehouse can be used to analyze a particular subject area. For example, "sales" can be a particular subject. Integrated: A data warehouse integrates data from multiple data sources. For example, source A and source B may have different ways of identifying a product, but in a data warehouse, there will be only a single way of identifying a product.


A database is an application that manages data and allows fast storage and retrieval of that data.

Microsoft Technologies

Enterprises are embracing Microsoft as their preferred platform for their Desktop and Enterprise computing. Gateway with its internal Microsoft Competency Center with 450+ Software professionals is geared up to manage all requirements. GTL has successfully executed and developed reliable, repeatable and reusable solutions that increase the customer's efficiency and competitiveness, thus, consistently providing exceptional customer satisfaction. Our solutions and services around Microsoft technologies include enterprise project management, platform migration, packaged solutions, collaboration, .NET architecture consulting, and application integration. Our solutions blended with our Global delivery capabilities; proven quality process helps our clients to meet the organizational IT goals.

Middleware Technologies

Middleware, which is quickly becoming synonymous with enterprise applications integration (EAI), is software that is invisible to the user. It takes two or more different applications and makes them work seamlessly together. This is accomplished by placing middleware between layers of software to make the layers below and on the sides work with each other (Figure 1). On that broad definition, middleware could be almost any software in a layered software stack. Further, middleware is a continually evolving term. Since much of the software business is driven through the perceptions of the "hottest" current technologies, many companies are giving their software the name "middleware" because it is popular.

Adobe Flex 3.0

Adobe Flex is a software development kit (SDK) released by Adobe Systems for the development and deployment of cross-platform rich Internet applications based on the Adobe Flash platform. Flex applications can be written using Adobe Flash Builder or by using the freely available Flex compiler from Adobe.

Testing Tools

Software testing is an investigation conducted to provide stakeholders with information about the quality of the product or service under test.[1] Software testing also provides an objective, independent view of the software to allow the business to appreciate and understand the risks of software implementation. Test techniques include, but are not limited to, the process of executing a program or application with the intent of finding software bugs (errors or other defects).

Network / System administrations

network administrator A person who manages a local area communications network (LAN) or wide area network (WAN) for an organization. Responsibilities include network security, installing new hardware and applications, monitoring software upgrades and daily activity, enforcing licensing agreements, developing a storage management program and providing for routine backups, not to mention ensuring that it is up and running all the time. system administrator A person who manages the computer systems in an organization. The responsibilities of a system administrator and network administrator often overlap; however, the system administrator is more geared to the computer hardware and less on the network, although in many cases, system and network administrator are one in the same, especially in smaller companies. A system administrator is involved with OS and hardware installations and configurations and may be involved with application installations and upgrades. A system administrator may also perform systems programmer activities.