Why Work With Us


If you can dream it, our developers can deliver it. Whatever you demand from your website, we can build a solution with the functionality to handle even the most complex business processes and the flexibility to grow and adapt with your unique needs.


Our developers, designers, project managers are always a call/email away. Create a ticket on your account panel and we will get back with desired results within 24 hours.


Our designers have a passion for perfect pixels. We have an eye for detail and are driven by producing a user experience utopia. We understand the need to combine form and function to give your business the ultimate website experience to communicate and connect with your clients.


A beautiful design on its own does not make a successful website. It must also be combined with the power to deliver complex business solutions, and be capable of providing a user experience which encourages visitors to stay on your site and become valuable customers.

Cloud Computing at Averoft

AVEROFT is a cloud company driven by AVEROFT HANA in-memory technology. We have 110 million cloud subscribers and 41 state-of-the-art data centres around the world. We offer cloud apps (SaaS) for all lines of business, a market-leading cloud platform (PaaS), and flexible on-demand infrastructure (IaaS). You can rely on proven enterprise cloud security and hosting services – and choose from a public, private, or hybrid cloud environment.

E-Shops Development

- Magento, WooCommerce -

E-Shops Development

E-commerce is not an industry; e-commerce is a tactic.

Web Sites Development

- WordPress, Joomla -

Web Site Development

All the functionality as per your Desire, as per your wish.

Online Marketing

- SEO, SMM, AdWords -

Online Marketing

The best marketing doesn’t feel like marketing


- Google, Bing, Yahoo -


Let’s make Google your Friend


6 Short Steps Towards Your Brand New Website
  • 1. Discussion

    In this phase, we define the overall project requirement and propose the approach or methodology that we will follow throughout the project.
    Once you accept our solutions proposal, we will send you an updated proposal with a quote, Project Invoice and Acceptance

  • 2. Planning

    Determine the project’s high-level plan at the milestone level. While it’s normal as part of a project to put the detailed plans, controls and reporting mechanisms into place. We do it by creating a Project Initiation Document (PID) – the top-level project planning document.

  • 3. Design

    In this phase we start the work involved with creating the project’s deliverables, using the project strategy, business case, and Project Initiation Document as the starting point.
    Once the design’s are finalized we will have a consultation to finalize the designs.

  • 4. Coding

    With all of the planning and designing complete, the project team starts developing the components – whether it’s a piece of software, a bridge, or a business process.
    As part of this phase, you need to test these components thoroughly to confirm that they work as they should.

  • 5. Test

    After project tasks are completed, Project managers will compare project deliverable to the actual plan. If it works fine, we do a pre-release demonstration, this is when chcek for modification/ revisions. Once the revision work is complete we will prepare the product for final delivery

  • 6. Website Is Ready!

    Closing a project is not the most exciting part of the project lifecycle, but, we have to do it properly, Writing the complete project documentation and carrying out a post-implementation review so we can serve you better in your future endeavours.

What is Cloud Computing

Simply put, cloud computing makes it possible for users to access data, applications, and services over the Internet. The cloud eliminates the need for costly hardware, such as hard drives and servers – and gives users the ability to work from anywhere. Over 90% of businesses are already using cloud technology in a public, private, or hybrid cloud environment. The major benefits of cloud include:

  • Elasticity: Scale up or down quickly to meet computing demand
  • Affordability: Only pay for what you use, and minimise hardware and IT costs
  • Availability: Get 24/7 cloud system access from anywhere, on any device
  • Simplicity: Free IT from managing servers and updating software

Cloud software offers a number of distinct advantages that help sharpen your competitive edge.



The top 3 reasons to move to the cloud:

  • Use it to deploy faster, with lower upfront costs
  • Accelerate innovation cycles with hassle-free, more frequent updates
  • Leverage any time scalability and dynamic capacity to boost flexibility and compete with big businesses

Averoft Cloud Trust Center

Trust, security, and compliance in the cloud – that’s our commitment to you. Get easy access to all SAP cloud trust related content including your personalised cloud services status.

Cloud As A Service

Cloud computing is divided into three broad service categories: software-as-a-service (SaaS), platform-as-a-service (PaaS), and infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS).

  • What is SaaS?

    SaaS – software-as-a-service – is a way of delivering applications over the Internet. Customers can access SaaS applications right from a Web browser, which means there is no hardware or software to buy, install, maintain, or update. The SaaS provider takes care of everything – and the customer always has the latest version of the application.

    Explore our SaaS products:

    • Averoft ERP
    • Hospital Management System
    • Hotel Management System
    • School Management System
    • Online Learing System
  • What is PaaS?

    Platform-as-a-service (PaaS) provides a cloud platform and tools to help developers build and deploy cloud applications. Users access PaaS from a Web browser, so there is no need to purchase and maintain the underlying hardware and software. With PaaS, developers can pick and choose the features they want on a subscription basis.

  • What is IAAS?

    Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) lets companies “rent” computing resources such as servers, networks, storage, and operating systems on a pay-per-use basis. IaaS providers host the infrastructure and handle tasks like system maintenance and backups – so customers don’t have to buy hardware or employ in-house experts to manage it.