Software Company Singapore
A software company is ideally defined as a company which creates a software that are used in various industry to manage, automate , excel and to cater industry requirements. Software companies in Singapore are rapidly developing various IT comapnies that match the industry growth and lay seeds for innovation.
There are various types of software company in Singapore, few of them are..
- Programmers company.
- Web Development company.
- Technical Support company.
- Computer Systems Analyst company.
- Networking company.
- IT Security company.
- Internet marketing company.
A IT company must possess basically 3 team, they are
- Software Developers
- Business Analyst
- Software Testers
There are various software platforms available in the market that are mainly used by IT companies. They are mainly divided in to two, open source and paid ones. Open source are frameworks, libraries which are available for free that you can download and use it even for commercial use eg PHP , Python, Various Web Browsers, Apache HTTP Server etc.
On the other hand there are paid softwares eg Windows OS, Adobe flash player,Adobe Photoshop etc. Depending on the platform of the software used we need to hire the expertise developer with hands on experience for the software company. This team forms the core strength of any IT company.
The person is responsible for the company growth. Knowing the software company’s strength he should set a path to grow business accordingly to company’s policy. A professional business analyst plays a big role in moving an organization toward efficiency, productivity, and profitability.
In today’s life everything is required in the top most quality. The role of a software tester is to assure quality before deploying any application in real time. He must possess skills to test in a user perspective. He adds more value if he tests anything with 360* degree view. When the quality is assured then the product will bring more confidence in market.
According to Singapore’s Economic Development Board (EDB), 80 out of the world’s top 100 tech firms have operations in the city, and they are increasing investments. The 2017 Bloomberg Innovation Index ranks Singapore number 6 in the world, just ahead of Japan and the U.S., while China comes in at number 21.
A study conducted by Jones Lang LaSalle, a real estate advisory firm, puts Singapore as the top foreign investment destination for Chinese tech giants Alibaba, Baidu and Tencent. Similarly, Google, Amazon and Facebook all have well-established regional operations in Singapore.