TO THE FUTURE
software solutions for business challenges
STOP WORKING WITH RUSSIA AS WE DO
Being a Ukrainian deeply patriotic company, JEVERA condemns the undeclared war against the Ukrainian people started by Russia.
JEVERA Software Solutions does not make any kind of business with Russia since its first act of aggression against Ukraine in 2014 - the occupation of the Crimean peninsula and the military conflict in the Dondass region caused and supported by Russia.
The JEVERA team does not take part in any tech or business conferences and summits organized, funded, or somehow supported by Russia or Russian businesses.
To support Chernihiv, the hometown of JEVERA, in cooperation with our Swiss partners we have launched a donation campaign. All raised money will be spent on medical supplies, clothes, protection equipment, etc. Click here for more.
IT modernization is a journey to improve business outcomes, prune process performance, and build new ways of serving customers.
Embedding new technologies, adding new digital services and products improve both customer and employee experience. Legacy systems capacities can be fully modernized, migrated, and redesigned into something cloud-native, ready to scale into online and
100% web-based business.
Legacy migration uses technology to convert legacy data and code into contemporary digital service platforms, allowing organizations to implement modernization initiatives aligned with business challenges.
Cost of support & operation. Lost business opportunities.
Don’t let them stop your business growth.
CEO @ JEVERA software solution
12 years transforming business to scale by design, not by chance
Enterprise legacy systems are powerful and limited at the same time. ERP solutions launched five years ago were not ready for a pandemic boost of online challenges and constant growth of the customer's demands.
Omnichannel, real-time-based, scalable, and flexible systems, digital products, and services are demanded today by both customers and employees.
Reengineering legacy software to fit new demands is a path, and the path requires strategy and a trustworthy partner to rely on.
We are constantly working on the implementation of new opportunities for our customers. eCommerce is one of them.
The engineers and analytics from JEVERA have helped us to develop an eCommerce launch plan. This required a deep review of our current business processes and architectural solutions, crucial integration points.
Director of the information management department at
TOV “NOVUS UKRAYINA”
Too many applications or too long processes to operate daily?
Reengineering applications does not demand a re-design of the whole infrastructure and can bring value in weeks, not in months.
Starting from the business analysis, we create a view of how the application should look and work to deliver it best. What should be kept and what should be cut off is the second stage of the decision. We always find the balance between enriching existing applications with features they miss and rebuilding them. Creating the future.
Business modernization and legacy solutions transformation for the 2022 challenges
Enterprise Application Reengineering
Digital supply chain & distribution optimization
Migration is not a project; it is the strategy and way of thinking. Trying something new instead of an old one, implementing innovations vice keeping processes the way they always were.
Everything starts from business analysis and the big picture of how IT infrastructure works now. By discovering bottlenecks, we plan how the ecosystem should work to serve customers in the best possible way.
A successful business today is a flexible and agile organization, a forceful network of partners and stakeholders.
Relations to delivery
What happens next?
Sales team deep dive into the information you have provided. We like to be prepared and to do our homework
Tech talk with our team
Project estimation and plan discussion
Dedicated account manager initiate call to discover pieces that are missing
Project preliminary estimation
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