Why Choose Us ?

Expert Level Software Developments

Datametrics has accumulated comprehensive experience in offshore system-level development through years of services , including include Spring Hibernate Frameworks , Struts hibernate Frameworks , Web Services , Websphere , Jboss and others. Datametrics successfully delivers complex projects and is capable of offering sophisticated and flexible solutions tailored to meet each customer’s requirements. The list of projects successfully completed by Datametrics includes numerous large and midsize projects requiring software development and support, re-engineering, porting, software testing and QA, and IT consulting services under a variety of operating systems.

Datametrics is a software firm promoted by highly skilled computer professionals. Software Experts is committed to provide quality services to its customers in a cost-effective way. Our vision, focus and capabilities differentiate us from other software organizations. We provide solutions, using the cutting edge technologies, with thorough understanding of the ever changing market needs and direction. We provide business to business and business to consumer solutions for our customers

Agile And Scrum Based Architecture

Agile software development is a group of software development methods based on iterative and incremental development, where requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing, cross-functional teams. It promotes adaptive planning, evolutionary development and delivery, a time-boxed iterative approach, and encourages rapid and flexible response to change. It is a conceptual framework that promotes foreseen interactions throughout the development cycle. The Agile Manifesto introduced the term in 2001.

Incremental software development methods have been traced back to 1957. In 1974, a paper by E. A. Edmonds introduced an adaptive software development process. Concurrently and independently the same methods were developed and deployed by the New York Telephone Company's Systems Development Center under the direction of Dan Gielan. In the early 1970s, Tom Gilb started publishing the concepts of Evolutionary Project Management (EVO), which has evolved into Competitive Engineering. During the mid to late 1970s Gielan lectured extensively throughout the U.S. on this methodology, its practices, and its benefits.

So-called lightweight agile software development methods evolved in the mid-1990s as a reaction against the heavyweight waterfall-oriented methods, which were characterized by their critics as being heavily regulated, regimented, micromanaged and overly incremental approaches to development.

Proponents of lightweight agile methods contend that they are a return to development practices that were present early in the history of software development.

Early implementations of agile methods include Rational Unified Process (1994), Scrum (1995), Crystal Clear, Extreme Programming (1996), Adaptive Software Development, Feature Driven Development, and Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM) (1995). These are now collectively referred to as agile methodologies, after the Agile Manifesto was published in 2001.

According to Kent Beck, the Agile Manifesto is based on twelve principles:

  • Customer satisfaction by rapid delivery of useful software
  • Welcome changing requirements, even late in development
  • Working software is delivered frequently (weeks rather than months)
  • Working software is the principal measure of progress
  • Sustainable development, able to maintain a constant pace
  • Close, daily cooperation between business people and developers
  • Face-to-face conversation is the best form of communication (co-location)
  • Projects are built around motivated individuals, who should be trusted
  • Continuous attention to technical excellence and good design
  • Simplicity—the art of maximizing the amount of work not done—is essential
  • Self-organizing teams
  • Regular adaptation to changing circumstances

We have been applying these architectures since many years , its giving very good results , so we have made it mandatory

From Idea to Enterprise

Today's most successful enterprise applications were once nothing more than an idea in someone's head. While many of these applications are planned and budgeted from the beginning, still quite a few applications begin their lives as nothing more than a single-developer experiment with no particular formal design or future in mind. After all, innovation doesn't always wait around for a plan and a big budget.

Before long, the application grows and becomes too unwieldy for a single developer. At this point, a group of developers project their own ideas and visions onto the product, thereby resulting in a mixed bag of features which are deployed to users first on a test basis and later sold on the open market. Customers begin paying money for the application. By all accounts, the application is “successful.” Or is it ?

Design as a Deliverable

Before software can be properly implemented, requirements must first be gathered and a design must be created. It has been shown that when software teams spend the proper amount of time on requirements and design, the cost of producing and maintaining enterprise software decreases dramatically, along with the number of bugs and the duration of the implementation and testing phases.

Various research studies have endeavored to identify the “ideal” amount of design time to spend in the pre-implementation phases of a software project. The findings vary, but are generally in the range of 20-35% of the overall project time. Figures such as these often draw strong negative reactions from the people you'd least expect—software engineers. The reasons vary. In many ways, software engineers are to source code as artists are to a canvas: both expect a certain level of independence and feel creatively inhibited by external forces requiring them to do things that they view as superfluous.

There's only one problem: engineering isn't art and both requirements and a design are necessary. Nobody would ever step foot into a skyscraper whose design was conceived during construction. That's common sense. So,why isn't it also common sense in the world of software that no business wants their critical software systems designed while they're in the middle of being built ?

Cross Cutting Edge Tools & Techniques

We use the latest software development methods, tools and techniques to deliver high quality solutions as quickly as possible. Software that is designed, implemented and delivered in the right way does not have to cost a fortune. Often, the single, most expensive aspect of developing a custom software solution is manpower. We focus on many ways to reduce the amount of manpower required to deliver a solution. We do this by using a range of productivity enhancing techniques which, under normal circumstances, allow us to dramatically reduce the amount of manpower we need to complete a project. We believe in investing in our "tools of the trade". Our company has made some significant investments in the most advanced tools that enable us to deliver in the most demanding environments.

Cost Effective Pricing

Offering feature rich, on-demand reliable and secure web hosting services is why our customers stay here. We are constantly working to improve our services and the product line we offer. We firmly believe in a long lasting customer relationship. We want our customers to stay and grow their business with us.

We provide our services at the lowest cost possible by utilizing our in house architecture coupled with carefully chosen software. We strive to keep our operating costs low so we can deliver quality web hosting services at very reasonable prices.

Effective Scheduled Delivery

datametrics gives great prominence to the end user's needs, requirements, and limitations at each stage of the software development process. Since cost effectiveness is our forte, by this approach we are able to reduce costs that would have otherwise expended on unnecessary training and support. We have an effective DA (Delivery Assurance) in place that teams up with project managers and sales team so that they could honor the promises given to the client. They anticipate risks and take all possible measures to mitigate it. This helps us to assure our clients of delivering high quality products on time and within budget. Most of the IT projects are now more and more complex and with our experienced DA team, we've been able to identify and assess the complexities involved and have come up ways to control it successfully. This obviously has enhanced the client's belief and trust in us. We institutionalize a value system in the organization that penetrates every individual and process to assure certainty of delivery to the customer.

Quality Software Development - User Centric and Cost Effective

From Inception to Completion, Stage by Stage with Right Strategy and Right Architecture

We, at datametrics, believe that the role of testers is not just to validate whether the software conform to the user requirements but to ensure that the software developed is well designed, best in quality, user centric and cost effective. Therefore, they are involved from the very start to the end of the project that is from requirements gathering, implementation to deployment. Our experienced testers are a curious lot who do not stop at anything until they get answers to their questions. They also check out all possible and unthinkable scenarios to produce clean and healthy software.We consider test cases and test scenarios to be the very backbone of software testing as it helps to discover more bugs. However, it doesn't mean that the number of test cases is directly proportional to the number of bugs discovered. An ideal test case or test scenario can do the trick what tons of imperfect test cases or scenarios can't achieve.At datametrics, test automation is an integral part of our software testing process . We maintain high quality standards while carrying out automated testing so that when new functionalities are added it doesn't break the existing features that were known to work perfectly.Our quality experts completely understand the business requirements by working in tandem with other teams so that the software developed matches the client's requirements perfectly.

Quality Service

“Quality in a service or product is not what you put into it. It is what the client or customer gets out of it.” – Peter Drucker

Productivity & Efficiency

“Productivity and efficiency can be achieved only step by step with sustained hard work, relentless attention to details and insistence on the highest standards of quality and performance.” - J. R. D. Tata

Strong Determination

”An invincible determination can accomplish almost anything and in this lies the great distinction between great men and little men.” --Thomas Fuller


"Do you know the difference between education and experience? Education is when you read the fine print; experience is what you get when you don't." -- Pete Seeger

Good Judgement

"Good judgment comes from experience, and experience comes from bad judgment." --Barry LePatner

Create Success

"The majority of men meet with failure because of their lack of persistence in creating new plans to take the place of those which fail.” --Napoleon Hill