Teams & Skillsets

At Eyenet Visions and Systems Pvt Ltd, we have an awesome team of highly experienced .NET specialists that covers all stages of modern .NET development - from scoping, specification and design to development, testing, and implementation. we are proud of the in-depth knowledge, proficiency, technical standards, and talent of our .NET development team and we can provide our clients with products and solutions that give them a competitive edge in today's marketplace. Do you face a more demanding project? We can tackle the most challenging briefs, using a whole range of technologies that are hot, happening and most sought-after today, such as MVC, WPF, Silverlight, Expression and more, apart from the .Net Framework Technologies.

Our highly talented team of programmers have expertise in the following technologies:

.NET Framework 4.0
MVC3 & 4
Entity Framework
MSSQL Server

These, and a number of others among the new and the upcoming, position us among a row of companies which keep themselves totally updated.

Our Approach

We understand how important it is to deliver a project on time, within budget, and with the highest levels of cost-effectiveness, quality and performance. A professionally carried out IT project requires experience, understanding and commitment to the outcome. We offer a complete custom programming service, from initial product concept through design, implementation, training and support. We have a proven track-record of helping a number of companies achieve the goal of building an application they required for their business, with minimum of pains and head-aches making it excellent and trouble-free.


The goal in application development is always the same: create the best possible software in the least amount of time. Yet the bar is continually raised, as demands from customers increase. To meet these demands, the platforms developers build on and the tools they use must get better and better — they must evolve. Creating a modern application is not a simple task — the requirements are substantial. Traditional concerns such as creating effective business logic and allowing access via a Web browser are still important, but they're no longer enough. Modern applications present a range of new challenges, including the following:

Users increasingly expect Web browser interfaces to act like installed applications.
Loading a new page whenever something has changed is no longer sufficient — it's just too slow. What's needed is better support for responsive browser applications.

Data remains central to most applications.
How that data can be represented, however, has expanded considerably. Relational data is still important, as is mapping between objects and relations. Yet the amount of data represented using XML continues to increase, a trend that's not likely to change. And even though it's not always viewed in this way, a running program's objects also contain data. A technology that allowed consistent access to diverse data would help developers create applications in less time and with fewer errors.

Applications commonly communicate with other applications, both inside and outside the organization.
Modern applications also must often fit into a service-oriented architecture (SOA), exposing some of their functionality as interoperable services accessible by other software. Achieving these goals requires support for service-oriented applications.

Organizations are increasingly taking a process-oriented view of what they do.
Since most applications automate some part of a business process, it can be useful to make the steps in this process explicit in the code. An effective way to do this is by using workflow technology, an approach that requires support.
The requirements for a modern user interface have grown significantly.
Providing real business value can commonly require working with various kinds of documents, using two- and three-dimensional graphics, displaying video, and more. Meeting these needs requires a unified approach to diverse user interfaces.

The people who use an application commonly need a way to convey information about who they are.
Many different technologies for defining and using a digital identity are in use, and problems such as phishing are common. Given this, a modern application and the people who use it can benefit from consistent user control of digital identities.

The MVC Architecture

The Model-View-Controller (MVC) architectural pattern separates an application into three main components: the Model, the View and theController. The ASP.NET MVC framework provides an alternative to the ASP.NET Web Forms pattern for creating MVC-based Web applications. The ASP.NET MVC framework is a lightweight, highly testable presentation framework that (as with Web Forms-based applications) is integrated with existing ASP.NET features, such as master pages and membership-based authentication. MVC is a standard design pattern that many developers are familiar with. Some types of Web applications will benefit from the MVC framework.