• Python
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  • C++
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Requirements analysis : A document that defines the actual requirements of the software including business rules, user interfaces, navigation, reporting, and software integration definitions.

Process flow : We prefer to document process flow. The resulting design document shows each software requirement and its relationship to other components of the custom database application.

Database definition : Before database development or database programming can start, it is important to have an accurate database design and a document listing actual data requirements, database table contents, index structures, and table relationships. A normalized database is essential for a high reliability, high performance, and database application development. The database design may also include stored procedure, database triggers, and referential integrity specifications.

User interface : A definition of the user interface requirements containing screen layouts, data elements, sequence of entry, and error reporting requirements. In a custom database software design the interface may also specify fonts, colors, and screen organization to create a seamless appearance when joined with other web pages or business software applications.


Analyzing, assessing and managing risks are vital for organizations to improve productivity. With greater emphasis on credit risk systems & improving methodologies, real-time governance, risk management and risk mitigation becomes even more important. Mave, through its dedicated Center of Excellence (CoE), provides Sustain/Application Maintenance Support solutions, enabling organizations to reduce support costs and maximize sustainability.

Highlighting the use of technology and best practices, Mave provides clients with:

  • Thorough analysis of existing structure followed by a tool-based approach to build modeling rules
  • Utilizing the SAS Enterprise Guide to improve maintainability while reducing cost of support
  • Conversion of processes to a single platform, to avoid multi-system disparity.
  • Design and implementation of a new SAS architecture to create a centralized server and enhance performance