Company Profile

Hanu Software Solutions Inc. (HSS) offers comprehensive software solutions for a variety of markets, including publications, banking, insurance and retail. HSS is based in Monmouth Junction, NJ. HSS provides its customers a single value proposition with an offshore construction hub in Gurgaon, New Delhi. The organization is committed to offering solutions of the highest standard at a very affordable pace.

HSS provides many services including outsourcing of business processes, on-site technical advice, implementation of offshore applications and product lifecycle management. The HSS Offshore Delivery Model offers consumer solutions with cost savings of up to 45% with increased production and faster time for the market by integrating domain experience with low price offshore growth.


With its creative and specific tools and processes which are peculiar in nature, HSS’ technology-focused solutions center offers exceptional consumer value. This paper shows how Faster.NET, an HSS.NET Center of Excellence (COE) growth platform, allows the technologically-aligned service enterprise of the group to provide its industry and technology clients outstanding value, thus enhancing its competitive edge.


NET COE: offering agile frameworks built on Microsoft platform

The HSS COE for.NET aligns its tool sets and platforms with Microsoft and delivers valuable solutions in a variety of industries and technologies. This COE has more than 200 years of IT cumulative history and over 75 years of network experience. Further major statistics are:

Staff 45 Staff

2002 Started

Number of programs implemented 30

Indian Gurgaon Rental

Faster.NET — the Development Framework for HSS Solutions.

HSS’s ongoing enhancing collaboration with the.NET COE has led to the firm developing a platform to provide consumers in a range of markets with flexible and on-demand solutions. This Faster.NET is called by HSS. The most important elements are:

Computer parts pre-assembled, reusable

A library of over 100 components of software has been developed by HSS and is mostly found in.NET applications. These modules are proven and tested without crucial bugs. They have proven designs. Either as-is or modified, the components may be reused. Data layers in all .NET-base languages, a number of GUI controls and security model artifacts are used in Reusable Modules.

HSS engineers evaluate the materials for a project during the design process of a new project. Code is developed and written from scratch only for the program. The building into a new framework of current, high-performing applications saves customers time and cost and assures quality of the implemented application. On each new initiative, HSS is not confident in creating a new approach from scratch.

A reusable tool for quicker engineering

The set of HSS implementation tools is an important factor in the company’s ability to provide products with multiple life cycles, budgets and time schedules. The suite of HSS tools contains:

·Migration software such as VB to VB.NET, C# to VB.NET, PHP to C#. NET, Oracle SQL, etc.

· Comparison of SQL database resources and scriptors of results.

· Design tools, tools for reverse engineering, tools for code migration and much more.

The specific tool set allows HSS engineers to easily and with high quality complete their projects.

A reusable range of architectures Solutions Blue Prints (SBP)

HSS has a reusable series of Solution Blue Prints, which are ready for popular industry, infrastructure, and operation domain issues. The Solution Blue Prints (SBPs). These architectures were tested and proved in the ventures of the company just like the software components of HSS. Associated designs include the architectures. SBPs save substantial effort in the development of technical solutions, prototyping and checking. For example, a single SBP was used to develop an asset management system which is effectively used by the client for over a year.

Certified engineers Qualified

Around 60 percent of HSS programmers are certified worldwide, including MCP, MCSD and JSCP. This number is increasing constantly, which directly reflects the willingness of the organization to hire the most trained and accredited engineers. For the consumer, this ensures superior efficiency, fast delivery of flexible solutions.

Six weeks of intensive laboratory and on-the-job testing HS SS hires the top tech candidates from the best universities. HSS provides all employees with continuous specialized programming experience.

This means that the average period of application growth is reduced by around 20% to 40% within the HSS Faster.NET environment. The saved time depends on where the project is located and the way the client needs us to use the Faster.NET approach.

The Faster.NET Case Study Framework

HSS assesses the project against the Faster.NET tool collection to ascertain which software can be more efficient on a project for which the client is vital to marketing time. HSS has tools efficiency and effects calculations. These metrics enable HSS engineers to identify the most appropriate instruments for a particular project.

For eg, an existing VB/ASP framework can be moved to .NET by a migration tools that allow a daily productivity between 900 and 1,000 lines of code per programmer. HSS will approximate how long it takes to transition the program using this measurement.

Using its tool sets, HSS can save on production at – stage and for every project mission. This is illustrated by the case study below.

Needs for Project

A corporation contacted HSS because its ASP web framework was not robust enough. The ASP code had to change to.NET, and the program had to be refurbished to.NET specifications.

Faster.NET instruments
Through applying the following Faster.NET software, the HSS development team expanded the time to market for this project:

Step 1: before changing architecture, HSS engineers used a migration process to move the program to.NET. The estimators found that it would take about 200 people to migrate and that a team of four people could finish their migration in only two months or, if necessary, in one month, an eight-man team could do the job.

Step 2: HSS has selected from its Solution Blue Print (SBP) repository an established architecture to optimize the effectiveness of the re-architecturing process of the project. In this case, a dual presentation layer support was placed on the target architecture (WAP as well as HTML). The database interaction standard was the lowest level of this architecture.

As the SBPs have already been tested and validated, instead of designing a new architecture from scratch, prototyping and testing saved time, a rearchitecture effort is usually needed in the industry to reduce implementation periods from nearly 150 people.

Step 3: The HSS engineers then inspected their preassembled product library for re-use-appropriate components. You selected a layer of VB.NET and C#.NET to access the data. It supports transaction, executes stored and embedded queries and reader as well as adaptor based interactions. This specific component manages transaction support. In addition, the treatment of exceptions is rigorous. This part is made up of around 5,000 code lines.

The reuse decreased the production effort by 100 days per capita assumed that normal efficiency of coding would average 50 lines of code per day per user.

Step 4: In conjunction with the production effort of applications, HSS QA engineers have agreed that using the NAnt auto scripting setup will save significant compilation and building problems. The Visual Studio Build engineer then built an automatic construction setup using the scripts. This automated procedure is scheduled to be performed automatically, proactively including reports on incorrect checks, problems and problems with integration.

Step 5: In the HSS production phase, the lower level configuration is thoroughly documented (LLD). The Ndoc documentation tool that HSS uses to automatically generate comments for a CHM or MSDN-style code saves a tremendous amount of time in their documentation efforts. This tool saved up to 50 person-days to produce a 200-300-page document otherwise needed.

Step 6: The HSS QA Community has taken and updated internal test scripts for the functions and functionality of this program. An automatic test bed using Mercury and Nunit sets was also developed by the QA test community. Without substantial additional days, HSS was able to run the test cases many times, guaranteeing the accuracy and functionality of the program before it was distributed from QA to clients.

2. Improvements in their efficiency and stability were enormous – due to the increase in stability inherent in the .NET architecture, and the known, validated modules and frameworks used by HSS for the project.

3. HSS has been able to provide the consumer with information through this project on the life cycle and production cycles of software development, an education that is often to his advantage.

4. HSS developed the user interface (UI) for end-users and attracted many new buyers.

5. These services were delivered by HSS at an extremely economical pace. It works from India and it is very cost-effective in engineering expenses. Production costs savings is almost 70%. These reductions were used to improve the application with new features, which provide the consumer substantial competitive advantages.


HSS is committed to designing, improving and integrating internal and outstanding consumer value processes and programs. One example of the HSS continued path to incorporate this pledge is the Faster.NET platform. The technology-aligned COEs of the business – utilizing software processes globally known – are able to provide substantial comparative advantages.

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