We have significant experience in developing and maintaining ColdFusion-based applications. Interprogram’s core engineers are among the first to be certified in the technology from the founding company, Allaire, before their merger with Macromedia, and later, Adobe Systems. We have also been involved in several large-scale projects to help migrate legacy ColdFusion applications to more widely used platforms such as Microsoft .NET and NodeJS. Whether you are planning on using ColdFusion for your next project, maintaining an existing one, or looking to migrate to another development platform, with more than a decade of experience with ColdFusion in our team we’re confident that we can help you realize that plan.
To better understand the scope of your next or existing ColdFusion project, we would first focus on gathering the following basic information:
Depending on the size and complexity of your ColdFusion project based on the requirements you provide to us, we would compile an estimate for your review before we begin any work. Our ColdFusion development services are flexible with either market hourly rates or fixed bids. We only charge for functioning code per the business requirements you provide. Therefore, if there are any bugs as a result of our code implementations, we would fix them free of charge!
Our goal is to complete your ColdFusion project in a timely manner while addressing all of your requirements. We would work together in ensuring the deliverable meets all of your expectations before the project is handover. For larger scale or ongoing projects, we would normally structure implementation handovers and approvals in phases or per completed requirement tasks.
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ColdFusion is a commercial rapid development platform for building dynamic Web-based applications and RESTful services.