Channakya BASE, arguably the best Co-operative Software (used by over 250 Co-operatives), around town today covers most; if not all of Co-Operative features.
Human Resource Management System
Human Resource Management software is to manage a large growing workforce in more effective and efficient way. These solutions streamline the traditional HR function of benefits administration, personnel tracking and payroll.
CHEQUE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Cheque Management System is Software which is designed and developed to facilate the organization for writing the cheque.
Assets & Inventory Management System
Our main focus is on software industry for various fields with in-house software that brings the international style software tailored for the local market. We provide support with our professional staffs that are always ready to help ensuring optimum support and problem handling. We, at Channakya Software, understand that flexibility, security and efficiency helps excel in the competitive market and have channelized this via our software(s) for all the financial institutions that have the drive to excel and become market leaders of the future.
Increase innovation, flexibility, security and efficiency in the software industry with user oriented software that emphasis on online support for real time problem solving and two levels of security for risk mitigation.
To be market leaders in software industry focused in banking and office automation, in five years, by providing our clients with enhanced and technologically sound software, which will help them, to excel in the competitive market.
REASONS TO GO WITH US
Quality of services is always top Priority.
Cost effective due to our hybrid business model.
Greater Customer Satisfaction
The first step in the traditional software development process is to identify business requirements as well as the scope of the release. It encompasses those tasks that go into determining the needs or conditions to meet for a new or altered product, taking account of the possibly conflicting requirements of the various stakeholders, such as beneficiaries or users.
System Architecture and Design
The goal of the architecture and design phase is to try to identify an architecture that has a good chance of working. The architecture is often defined using free-form diagrams which explore the technical infrastructure, and the major business entities and their relationships. The design is derived in a modeling session, in which issues are explored, until the team is satisfied that they understand what needs to be delivered.
The development phase produces code in an environment that is specific to the culture of the development team and the skills of the individuals. In large projects the tasks are structured and distributed to teams. In small projects, or within smaller teams, the tasks are distributed according to team culture and skills. Development continues until goals or milestones are reached.