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Technical Architecture

Our architects design better systems and software to solve business problems:

Technical architecture is a part of overall software architecture, which focuses on how to deal with certain aspects of the software engineering process in relation to the organization's systems, processes and underlying technology platforms. With 13 years of practical industry experience, VRP can help your company with their Technical Architecture needs through:

  • Increasing reuse and integration with legacy and third party software: An architecture may be designed to enable and facilitate the (re)use of certain existing components, frameworks, class libraries, legacy or third-party applications, etc. As a systems integrator VRP has years of experience across a myriad of applications and data base platforms in integrating systems.
  • Reducing cost of maintenance and evolution: Architecture can help minimize the costs of maintaining and evolving a given system over its entire lifetime by anticipating the main kinds of changes that will occur in the system, ensuring that the system's overall design will facilitate such changes, and localizing as far as possible the effects of such changes on design documents, code, and other system work products. This extends to the use of open systems and cloud computing components where possible.

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The San Francisco Foundation

VRP worked closely with our leadership team to develop portals that created great staff efficiencies and ease of use for our donors and grantees. Donor Center allows donor advisors easy access to their funds. The portal also simplifies and improves the process of making donor advised grants, both for the donor and the Foundation. Our collaborative development of Grantee Center provides grantees and applicants 24/7 access to real-time application information and saves the Foundation nearly six weeks in our internal processes reviewing and processing grant applications. With our well-designed systems, we are more efficient, use less paper, and centralize our document and record tracking.

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Management Leadership for Tomorrow

Management Leadership for Tomorrow

Founded by Harvard Business School Alum John Rice, Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) is focused on developing African American, Hispanic, and Native American talent in the business world. Since its first MBA Prep class of 50 was held in 2002, MLT has helped hundreds of participants improve their GMAT scores by 100 points or more and gain acceptance at Ivy League Business Schools.

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