Application Development

MysysNet provides customisation of application development according to the user requirements. 

Our software development team specializes in business applications for the distribution industry and client-server based platform. Working closely with our clients, we have developed systems to control inventory, sales, receivables, payables, payrolls, fleet management and various types of financial reporting. We can provide a fully integrated set of customised modules, or stand-alone modules which interface with existing systems. 

MysysNet provides continuous support for clients on all of its products and any technical issue. Clients may rely on our expertise and highly qualified technical personnel on technical issues which may arise.

Software Development Methodology


A software development methodology refers to the framework applied to structure, plan, and control the process of developing an information system. A wide variety of such frameworks have evolved over the years, each with its own recognised strengths and weaknesses. These frameworks are often bound to a specific organisation, which further develops, supports the use, and promotes the methodology. One system development methodology is not essentially suitable for use by all projects. Each of the available methodologies is best suited to specific kinds of projects, based on various technical, organisational, project and team considerations. These frameworks are often bound to some kind of organization, which further develops, supports the use, and promotes the methodology.

Here at MysysNet, we strictly embrace a software development methodology framework comprising of :

  • A software development philosophy, with the approach or approaches of the software development process.
  • Multiple tools, models and methods, to assist in the software development process.

Business Cycle


A business cycle is a periodic but irregular up and down movements in economic activity measured by the recurring and fluctuating levels that an economy experiences over a long period of time. Due to the dynamic nature of macroeconomic variables, the cycle is an irregular, unpredictable, and non-repeating phenomenon. Generally, the four phases that constitutes a business cycle are ‘Contraction’, ‘Trough’, ‘Expansion’, and ‘Peak’. ‘Contraction’ may be defined as a slowing down of the pace in economic activity. ‘Trough’ is the lower turning point of a business cycle, where a contraction turns into an expansion. An ‘Expansion’ is a speeding up of the pace in economic activity. Finally, ‘Peak’ is the upper turning of a business cycle. Formerly, business cycles were deemed to be extremely regular with predictable durations, but are widely believed to be varying in frequency, magnitude and duration by today’s standards.