.NET Development

Custom Business Solutions

At Unidev, we understand that companies don’t decide one day: “I need a custom .NET solution.” Instead, they have a business need that has to be filled, and the only way to accomplish that is with a custom solution. These needs might include a custom website, a new company intranet system, a point of integration to an existing system, or even a completely from-scratch solution to replace their entire suite of current business software from CRM’s to CMS’s to ERP’s.

From planning and architectural assessment to production deployment and support, our custom software team will find the right solution for your business with our proven development process by implementing industry best practices and leveraging the experience our team has on your project.

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Architecture and Discovery

We believe that the most important factor in any custom solution is a solid architecture. This begins with a planning and discovery phase that focuses on determining the exact business goals and functional requirements of the project. Not only does this allow us to become acquainted with the client and their business but oftentimes solidifies requirements in the client's view as well. This is an iterative process that will fully define the depth and scope of the project.

Once we understand the exact business goals of the project and the objectives are clear, an architectural assessment will be performed that determines how the project will be built before any development begins. This allows us to determine the best approach on the project right from the start and drastically cuts down on development time. Our senior architects will determine the best solution for the project to ensure that it will meet the current and future business needs.


During the implementation phase of the project, our development team will build out the project. This part of the process also includes:

Project Management

Each project will be assigned a project manager. The project manager role will be responsible for maintaining project scope, handling any issues that arise, and making sure that work is done in the proper sequence on time and on budget. Project managers also help determine the best development methodology that will work best for the client whether it be waterfall, agile, or something in between. Weekly or even daily status meetings allow us to shift priorities based on the client’s needs quickly and efficiently. Communication during this phase of the project is key to success.

Our project managers also use a cloud based project management software called Jira designed to help eliminate chaos and help organize tasks throughout each project. Jira allows our project managers to streamline work, eliminate redundancies, and create higher productivity and efficiency on every project.

Iterative Deployments

A deployment schedule will also be defined so that the client can see consistent progress throughout the implementation phase. This also allows clients to see what the final product will start to look like during the development process.

Testing / Bug Remediation

Along with internal developer testing, we have on-staff testers who will ensure functionality is being met. We use bug tracking software to keep everyone on the team in the loop of what is going on with the project. Each client will be provided with bug tracking software with automated notifications on item completion, etc.


Documentation is key to maintaining the solution long term. This is especially important if the client is going to take over the system with internal resources. We are very flexible with the level of documentation we provide and will work with the client to determine what is best for their project. Some common types of documentation provided are:

  • Functional Requirements
  • System Architecture
  • User Manuals
  • Presentation Specifications
  • Ontology
  • Class Library Specifications

Production Deployment

This is the last stage of of the software creation process. Once the project is complete and in a production environment, the software is ready for deployment.

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Other Custom .NET Services

Recovery Projects

Far too often clients come to us with a system that has not been completed. Possible reasons: the application was not architected correctly, has failed to be completed, not working correctly, or just over timeline and budget and the original developers cannot or will not complete the job. While this is an unfortunate part of the industry, Unidev has a proven track record to get these projects back to a successful state. We have a process specifically for these types of projects that involves working with the client to determine how best to get their project back on track and completed.

This includes:

  • Discovery phase to determine the state of the project. Oftentimes this includes an onsite visit to the client.
  • List of items that need to be complete to consider the project a success.
  • Prioritization of those items and determination of timeline for completion of each.
  • Implementation of each item through our normal process described above.

Integration Services

One of our strengths is writing custom integration services to allow new or existing applications to interact with other systems, internal or external. These include:

  • Merchant accounts
  • Service buses
  • Authentication services
  • Single sign on
  • Fulfillment services
  • Domain services
  • External API’s

Our custom development team can also provide mobile development services, legacy application ports, CMS development, and custom software development if that is what your business needs.

If you need custom design or already have a design and need your comps converted to the latest HTML5, Unidev can provide those services for you as well.


  • .NET – C#
  • SQL Server / SQL Lite
  • Azure
  • Telerik / Kendo Controls
  • Xamarin
  • Umbraco/Sitecore
  • MVC, Web Forms, and Web application development

.NET Development Case Studies

Upgrading a Legacy System

Replacing an Outdated System

Upgrading a Reporting System

.NET Development Resources

.NET ZIP Code Validation Using Regular Expressions

Web developers often have requirements to build forms on web pages for users to fill out. Many websites request a physical postal address for such purposes as contact information or billing data for eCommerce.

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