Microsoft.NET or J2EE? Most of the enterprise customers we serve are already committed to develop software on one of these leading development platforms. That's why Source360 architects are current and fluent in both. This versatility lets us focus on helping your company develop applications that you can always reuse, no matter which platform you use.
According to WhiteHat Security Website Stats Report 2014, Microsoft.NET is the most widely used language with 28.1% of internet applications using .NET technology; Java comes in second with 24.9% usage. This market dominence is largely due to the fact that .NET is scalable and has grown over time in terms of ready libraries and easy-to-use tools.
Which is better? We don't enter the debate. As we see it, how you implement a development platform and design applications for it is far more important than which platform you choose. J2EE, Microsoft.NET or whatever comes next - we make sure they talk.
Case in point - the Integrative e-Forms solution we developed for the Maintenance & Engineering department of a major, national airline. Big gains happened when Integrating the company's existing enterprise content management (ECM) software connected - and communicated - with best-in-class forms and document software.