Software Engineering

Delivering the applications your business needs to improve productivity. Realize the benefits custom applications bring to the forefront.

Authorization Discovery

Utilize a configurable framework for managing enterprise authorization across applications. Expose secure APIs to faciliate sharing authorization data.


Take advantage of cloud technologies to increase functional efficiencies and reduce total cost of ownership for systems infrastructure.


The most valuable asset an organization possesses is its data. Organize and understand your data to gain insight into business processes.

Software Development Process

Proven track record deploying and configuring Team Foundation Server (TFS) to match your Application Lifecycle Management processes.

What We Do


It is often necessary to develop completely custom solutions or extend Commercial, off-the-shelf (COTS) packages to deliver the applications your business needs to improve productivity and streamline everyday processes. Leaning on our strong background in software development methodologies, patterns, and architecture, Pisani Technologies can facilitate your custom development and system integration efforts. Our extensive Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) experience across numerous disparate technology platforms will enable your business to realize the benefits custom applications bring to the forefront.


Data is arguably the most valuable asset an organization possesses. It provides insight to reveal organizational strengths and weaknesses. To realize the benefits of your data, strategic planning surrounding how data is stored and catalogued is of utmost importance. Our expertise in data modeling, logical & physical database design, performance tuning, and normalization can help your organization develop a complete and consistent environment for your data. Once the fundamentals are established, true business intelligence and data analysis can help you envisage the underlying, implicit knowledge you need to keep your competitive edge.

Development Process

Our expertise in Team Foundation Server (TFS) has allowed our clients to focus on delivering value within the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC). Focused on keeping your team productive, we architect and design TFS deployments that match your needs including migrating from other Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) products or upgrading existing TFS deployments. As development efforts grow more complex, it is increasingly important to take advantage of the configurability and reliability of a robust software development platform.


Take advantage of Microsoft Azure to streamline infrastucture and application needs. Reduce capital expenditures by utilizing the Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) model to migrate and virtualize existing networking resources to the cloud. When your ready, take it to the next level with Platform-as-a-Service (Paas) removing operational costs surrounding server maintenance. Implement Azure Identity Services to synchronize your on-premise identities with the cloud or go one step further by keeping your authentication profiles in the cloud entirely.

Authorization Discovery


Authorization Manager is a configurable framework for managing enterprise authorization across applications and data sources. The tool serves as a data warehouse aggregating data in an automated fashion so that organizations can answer questions like

  • What application rights does a user have across my organization?
  • Which users can access a specific application?
  • How does my user community breakdown across different applications? What can they do?
  • How has application or user authorization changed over time?


Built-in dashboards visualize user application authorization. At a glance, how many users are actively authorized to use different applications can be viewed. Within a given application, how do my users break down by roles and permissions? Gain further insights into any organizationally specific security elements that you decide to capture and over time uncover patterns related to historical users and application utilization.

Authorization Sources

The tool understands and accepts that each individual application has its own security concerns that might not be as simple as users and roles. More complex scenarios such as having access to locations within modules within roles is fully supported. Complex authorization schemas are captured and modelled by using a dynamic NoSQL backend. The registered applications are configured to provide data feeds via common database access providers or web services that return semi-structured security content specific to that application.


A REST-based API is exposed that enables other applications to utilize the authorization information contained in the warehouse. Once an application is configured to share its data with the tool, a common point of access is available for other consumers. The APIs allows consumers like data warehousing tools to integrate with an enterprise authorization schema.