As the database and programming technologies move on, so should your organisation. SSDM facilitates this change.
A programmer can modify someone else's code as if it was his own years after it has been written. Thus, no code is written twice.
Not everybody programmes the same way. Besides, programmers may have bad coding habits despite their formal education. SSDM encourages a unified software development culture across the organisation to eradicate these differences.
60% of the delays in a project can be avoided by better design. To promote this, SSDM accommodates a "design and code" model instead of a "sit down and code" model.
Automatic code and database generation from UML diagrams by the Sibilo.SDE application allow the organisation to focus its resources on value add activities.
SSDM is designed to support quick release cycles with the help of an automatic code generation tool, Sibilo.SDE, and an O/RM layer, Sibilo.DBL, for object/relational mapping.
Reduces coding errors and testing times by guaranteeing a faultless database interaction.
The programmer is flexible in designing the user interface and the business logic layers. Hence, SSDM supports the development of any database application.
The number of software houses that adopt SSDM is rapidly increasing. These partners can divide their workload by collaborating with each other.
Central Code Repository
Reusable code and controls are gathered in a central repository, to which only SSDM partners have access. Partners also help develop the code in this repository.
The improved efficiency allowed by SSDM results in both short-term and long-term cost savings.
SSDM is not a purely theoretical system; it is a model tried and tested in commercial projects with all the benefits listed here. Hundreds of thousands of people regularly use applications developed with SSDM.