A consultant is an experienced individual that is trained to analyze and advise a client in order to help the client make the best possible choices. A strategic consultant may evaluate a business plan and help the client develop a plan to meet those strategic goals. For example, a client concerned with government regulations and risk mitigation may engage an e-discovery or regulatory compliance consultant. As another example, value added resellers (VARs) may employ sales consultants to examine the client’s immediate business or technology needs and recommend products, services, or other solutions that can address those needs. (from whatis.com)
Tomahawk can consult on everything from software and project life-cycles through to implementation and application training. We have experience in all web technologies and all database systems. Programming experience includes Android development, C++, Java, PHP and everything in between. Based on our experience pool we are able to envision the best approach to supply custom solutions for our clients.
Our experience includes server management and all processes necessary for PCI (Payment Card Industry) compliance. We have supplied secure solutions long before many suppliers knew that data transfers needed to be secured. Application development has been key to our growth over the years and we work hard to stay ahead, or at least stay abreast of new developments in technology.
Take a peek at what’s going on in the Tomahawk Lab and you will see that we truly enjoy working with new and emerging technologies.
Over the years, we have found that the toughest hurdle for clients to overcome is describing the pains they are trying to resolve. We work with our clients to first understand the requirements of a project, then to offer solutions to best resolve them. Just tell us what you want to do, don’t worry if you’re not able to talk like a developer; our consultants speak geek but also speak your language and they’re here to help.
Our technical staff take great pride in being able to understand and resolve an issue without clients having to learn a new technical skill.