Project Quality

We ensure:

  • Future-proof software evolution through high-quality software design;
  • Optimized software performance;
  • Focused software planning and accurate capacity forecasting to balance software investments and software performance;
  • Evolution-friendly software strategies and designs; and
  • A secured software to avoid potential vulnerabilities being exploited.



Agile Scrum Sprint 30-days Delivery 


Engineer and construct “Concept” based on Marketing Demand and Requirements, and develop software products, i.e. Digital Smoke Alarm, following Software Development Process and Software Development Life Cycle. Responsible for taking a holistic approach to specific software development challenges, using expert knowledge and best practices on embedded platform cost-effectively. 

We develop software for product, feature and enhancement of existing products based on Agile Scrum process:  

  • Embedded Software Engineering & Development
  • Distributed Software Development using SaaS & cloud
  • Software Engineering R&D / NPI / Feature Introduction & Enhancement
  • Software Applications & Web Application / CGI
  • Database Development & Cloud & Infrastructure
  • Fire and Security Panel, both conventional and "Smart"
  • Smoke, heat and ion detector, or any combinations 
  • Software Engineering R&D on patent or new product
  • Software Applications for NPI on Java, C/C++ & other languages
  • Database Development, Times Ten, MySQL, Oracle etc.
  • Cloud & Infrastructure on any UNIX, FreeBSD, Android, Linux, Solaris or other
  • Common Gateway Interface, Native Interface on LAN/WAN or based on any wireless protocols

Our expertise in comprehensive and completed projects: 

●  Patent on METHOD FOR NETWORKABLE DEVICE COMMUNICATION (237528-1 US) in the area of next generation firmware research at GENERAL ELECTRIC. A network communication method among wired and wireless life safety devices in C++ on UNIX and C# 4.0 on Visual Studio 10

●  Engineer and construct “Concept” based on Marketing Demand and Requirements, and develop software products, i.e. Digital Smoke Alarm, following Software Development Process and Software Development Life Cycle

●  SaaS in developing debugging logic, and scientific data mining for Next Generation Product
●  OOAD in developing Automated Software with C#, the .NET Framework Class Library, Dynamic binding, Parallel programming with PEX/PLINQ, COM/DLL, IDMOP, Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR), CLR 4.0, TPL, CAS, Threading/Synchronization and Multicast delegates under .NET 4 Framework
●  Software developed in C++ STL, C#, MS Visual Studio 2010, Java 2 SE, Oracle PL/SQL 10/11g and MySQL on Kernel 2.6.27, HP-UX 11/11i, AIX 6.1/7, Solaris 8/9/10 and CVS 

Five Things to Know About Agile Development
By Samuel Greengard  |  08-19-2014 |


Agile isn't just about being faster and more responsive, it's about continuous delivery. "As organizations migrate to the cloud, particularly private clouds, and look to deliver ongoing value to internal stakeholders and constituencies, agile methods become more important because they provide IT with a tool for building in incremental and iterative value on a continuous basis," says Walter Sun, principal in the product innovation and development management consulting practice at PwC. In many instances, this translates into delivering small chunks of functionality on a more frequent basis. Mobile apps are a good example of this model in action.


An enterprise-centric and top-down model doesn't work with agile development. The goal for agile development is to introduce a model that is more responsive to business needs, including customer preferences and desires. As a result, Bill Milleker, director of engineering for Accenture Software says that feedback mechanisms must be at the core of agile development. "The approach revolves around lower overhead, greater flexibility and quicker delivery," he explains. "Direct customer and constituency feedback must drive the process." In fact, building feedback systems into apps and other tools isn't just wise, it's essential.


The successful use of agile requires a shift in mindset. Traditionally, software development revolves around three basic concepts: scope, resources and schedule. Within this model, scope is largely fixed and the other two factors are variable. However, within an agile framework, Sun points out, the schedule is typically fixed but the scope and resources are variable. "The concept is often difficult for managers to grasp," he says. As a result, a CIO must be deeply involved with organizational change management. Among other things, this means getting everyone to understand that agile is more than a way to reduce overhead and documentation. "It's about adopting the right principles and practices to create value more quickly," Milleker notes.


An enterprise must adapt agile to the organization's dynamics and footprint. Agile was originally introduced with the notion that highly experienced teams of software developers would work together closely—and often in close proximity, Sun points out. However, global business and development models make this task increasingly difficult. "The plain vanilla approach to agile methodology has limitations. It's important to think about how to adapt practices to the specifics of the situation and the overall needs of the business," Sun says. Milleker adds that it's vital to establish business representation at development sites. "Teams must be connected on a daily basis," he adds.


Agile requires more than pure development skills. The three-dimensional nature of today's software development environment translates into a need for developers who understand business requirements and strategic goals. They must understand channels, connection points and behavioral patterns. Sun says this means hiring developers with different knowledge and skillsets than in the past. CIOs must also oversee retraining, establish new roles and rethink processes and workflows—sometimes radically. "There are new operating mechanisms, new ways of working, and new ways of thinking that need to be embraced by the stakeholders," he explains.


The challenges of agile development can be intimidating, but the organizations that overcome them are often pleasantly surprised with their improved processes and results.

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Employees are screened carefully based on achievements. B.Sc. and/or M.Sc. in Computer Science, and at least one year of relevant experience are mandatory to be considered for any project.  After completing one-year long contract employment at Suny Software, employees could choose numerous options including becoming permanent.  

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Offshore software development are cost-effective, specially in the area of "Smart device" compatibility. Right offshore partners have adequate expertise and experiences at General Electric, Ericsson, AT&T and T-Mobile etc.

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