Excellence in digital product development

Priocept’s software engineers are ultimately responsible for building the digital product or service that our clients and their customers will use. For this reason we don’t compromise on the quality of the software engineers that join our team.

Building new products and services for the web is primarily a software engineering exercise. Innovation is driven by the application of technology, and the effective application of technology requires a structured engineering approach. Visual and creative design is important on the web, but effective use of technology is critical.

Greg Murray, Head of Business Development, Priocept

Software and web development

  • Design and development of web based products and services
  • Content Management System (CMS) development
  • E-commerce development
  • Application migration and re-platforming
  • User interface development
  • Native mobile app development

Technology platforms

  • Microsoft .NET, WCF, WPF, WF, Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server and Commerce Server, Sitecore CMS, EPiServer CMS, Ektron CMS
  • Enterprise Java, Tomcat, Weblogic, Spring, Struts, Hibernate and Jackrabbit/JCR (Java Content Repository), JSP, JSF, GWT, Groovy, Grails, Magnolia CMS
  • Mobile app development, Android and iOS (iPhone/iPad)

Content management and e-commerce

  • Adobe CQ
  • Apache Jackrabbit
  • Drupal
  • EPiServer
  • Magnolia
  • Sitecore
  • Demandware

Legacy Platforms

Sometimes our clients will ask us to fix an existing but broken technology.

Clients often come to us with an existing technology that is not delivering. Either a legacy platform, or a recently developed platform that just isn’t delivering on its original promise. We understand that not all projects start with a shiny new technology stack on green-field infrastructure. We are more interested in the outcome of the project, than how new and trendy the technologies are. So we don’t shy away from taking on troubled or unloved technology platforms that are still critical for a business.

Abhay Kumar, Head of Project Management, Priocept