Our core experience is in developing commercial applications with an emphasis on rich user interfaces, service orientated architectures and strong database design.
Our preferred technology is .NET and SQL Server, though we have decades of experience with other databases and technologies, essential in a world where silo systems are rare. So whilst we wouldn't take on a major JEE project, or a huge SAP or PHP undertaking, we have skills and experience in integrating and interfacing with a vast number of disparate technologies, and a large partner network so we can cover all bases.
If size matters, we have built OLTP systems that support thousands of concurrent users, and on the BI side we design and load SQL databases with billions of records in analysis tables. It's hairy stuff, but working at these extremes means that we are pretty good at building and tuning high concurrency, high performance systems.
We produce excellent user interfaces, visually appealing and optimised for the applicable use cases. We learned a long time ago that programmers take an eternity to produce invariably shoddy graphics, so we retain two designers to produce first-cut graphics and icons that our developers can then use. Hence, with our UI framework we can refresh the look of a system easily, even having multiple skins to suit different user communities.
You may want to see some techno buzzwords and geek-speak. Rather than reel off an alphabet soup of technical abbreviations, to the left is a 'marchitecture' diagram of our online application framework for larger systems. It's scalable, multi-tenanted, cloud ready, SOA, proven and extendable, accommodating multiple data sources and multiple simultaneous UI client technologies. It should give you a flavour at least.