.NET Development

We build complex solutions, both broad and niche.

At Sphere, we have 100+ years of experience with the .NET platform. We build complex solutions, both broad and niche. Ranging from simple e-commerce applications to web services to sophisticated, enterprise solutions that are distributed; Sphere is ready to deliver.

Why .NET? key benefits are:

  • Integrated Tool Set
  • Integration with Windows OS
  • Direct/Simple programming
  • Language Compliance

Our team members are Microsoft Certified individuals (MCP, MCDBA, MCSD, MCIP, MCTS).

Microsoft Certified Partner
Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist
Microsoft Certified Professional

Interested in a .NET Project?

Sphere can Help Your Team

  • Build complex systems using components written using various technologies
  • Port old solutions to an enterprise platform using different technologies (including partial porting that would help save costs and duration)
  • Optimize performance of enterprise-level systems (up to 30x improvement)
  • Optimize mobile apps (in terms of performance and memory resources needed) that do image processing, communication and cryptography
  • Create architecture that include messaging systems (such as MQSeries)
  • Refactoring of code in complex systems using Java EE
  • Build applications for mobile phones based on J2ME
  • Port non-mobile libraries to mobile platforms
  • Integrate mainframe applications and standard web servers
  • Combine low-level native solutions with Java and J9 technologies
  • Work with audio- and video-streaming for both mobile and desktop platforms
  • Read ePassport using Nokia phones
  • Work with popular enterprise platforms such as DB2
  • Enterprise-level systems that use intricate Oracle features
  • Provide access to video content based on Wowza Media Server
  • Build mobile apps that interact with web services via HTTP
  • Work with popular enterprise platforms such as MongoDB, Neo4J, Cassandra, Netezza, Postgress, MySQL, DB2, MS SQL
  • Develop scalable Android applications


Java is still a central component to most leading application frameworks

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