We could not have completed our project without them! I would recommend Enternet to anyone who requires quality IT services at a reasonable price and would also utilize their offshore development facilities."
We draw on the knowledge and expertise of our consultants, whose skills span a wider range of capability than any other major consulting firm. The specialist disciplines of our consulting staff are underpinned by deep change management experience - managing risk, mobilizing staff and integrating initiatives to deliver sustainable change quickly.
Enternet is an Information Technologies Consulting, Solutions and Services corporation, helping IT organizations operate more productively and profitably through a full spectrum of specialized staffing and project implementation products and services. We specialize in the areas of Systems Integration/EAI, ERP Functionality Extension, Business/Data Warehousing, Sales Force Automation/CRM, Middleware Functionality Templates, and Custom Application Development for vertical markets including telecommunications, healthcare, financial services, insurance, and energy. We deliver qualified consultants and project managers for both contract and ongoing requirements across all science and technology disciplines.
Enternet has been providing superior information technology talent and solutions to private and public sector clients since 1990's. Our reputation as an IT expert is built on a decade long of experience as a full-spectrum source for the IT community.
At Enternet we don't just tell you what needs to be done. We do it. Implementing new information systems can be a risky and difficult undertaking. In the midst of continual market change and upheaval, the temptation is to over analyze the situation, leading to an endless cycle of theoretical studies and expensive reports.
Without a proper understanding of the requirements - and experience knowing which technologies to bring to bear on the problem - many companies watch in frustration as their projects drag on forever. Today's technology markets are moving much too quickly for companies to succeed with such a sluggish, impractical approach.