We build things right. And we build them to last.
Over 2000 years ago, during the Eastern Zhou Dynasty, the Chinese identified a risk to their people. Leaders from several different provinces needed to devise a common way to quell invading barbarians from the north.
The result was the Great Wall of China. Systematically built in sections with wooden frames and earth, the Great Wall became a singular marvel of human ingenuity that has stood the test of time.
Today, Meridian Technologies uses a similar systems integration development philosophy – design robust solutions that solve current problems, yet endure into the future – as the catalyst behind our System Development Framework.
A proprietary process methodology.
Meridian utilizes our unique System Development Framework (SDF) at the onset of all projects. Basically, it’s the checklist of artifacts we agree to produce for our clients.
Our SDF gives every Meridian associate – whether they’re working independently in project areas like Data Management, Systems Integration, Enterprise Application Development or Performance Engineering – a common approach. A singular vocabulary. A standardized system of communicating. With each other. And with you.
A detail-oriented tracking system.
We use SDF to outline project goals and objectives. As a guide for us to ask the critical questions. And probe for in-depth answers. Ultimately, it helps ensure that we deliver projects with the highest possible initial quality.
During development we can more easily identify deliverables. So that any code we write is adaptable, extendable and scalable. And we can track and maintain detailed documentation during construction. So that eventually we provide in-depth requirement traceability at final delivery.
The ultimate in cost-effective flexibility.
By identifying potential project risks more accurately – and more quickly – than our competitors, Meridian can effectively reduce initial defects. And minimize future software repair costs.
The result is a solid solution that’s built to meet the needs of today. While being flexible enough to adapt to the demands of the future.