Rosetta Software incorporates a diverse network of consultants and industry professionals with a wealth of experience across a range of business sectors.

Experience and knowledge

We specialise in all of these types of projects.

We will meet with your stakeholders, getting to know how your business works and the problems you would like to solve. We will then work with you to document those requirements and produce a project scope and detailed cost estimate.

Somtimes, one size doesn’t fit all, and you need something customized to fit into your organisation comfortably and efficiently. We can develop your ideas into a highly-performant working solution, with a full suite of integration tests and monitoring dashboards to ensure it carries on working for you long after we’ve left.

Systems which talk to each other and share your valuable data and far more useful than those which are isolated and siloed. We can advise on the best way of integrating your systems, and produce the software layers to enable this. We have experience in integrating industry-leading products such as Great Plains and SAP to small on-prem bespoke systems via web services, XML and JSON.

Over time, the march of technical progress can render the most state-of-the-art systems obsolete and un-maintainable. This is why it is important to keep systems on currently-supported technologies; so that the people you hire till have the skills to maintain them, and the software is able to integrate with other systems. We have upgraded Classic ASP websites to Angular, .NET Classic to .NET Core, and Oracle and SQL database upgrades.

Rosetta has real-world experience

Across diverse industry sectors and markets
From catalog-style product offerings to payment processor integrations such as PayPal® and Stripe®.
From corporate group policy insurance systems to complex actuarial reinsurance pricing.
From employee pension calculators to large-scale application fraud-detection systems.

If you have the idea we will find the right solution.

“Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand.” Martin Fowler