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Our general philosophy regarding web sites is mainly that it should provide easy access to quality information resources in an atmosphere that encourages creativity and intellectual freedom, and to provide timely, helpful, and accurate information.

We believe accessibility is an extremely important issue when producing web pages for the general public. It is easy to loose the perspective when designing web pages, and fail to keep in mind that it is crucial that your web site may be viewed by 'anyone' using any web browsing technology.

Frontier bases the design of its solutions on years of application development experience and the following principles:

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Maintain a business rather than technical focus. Frontier focuses on the business requirements and leverages technology as the enabling tools to optimize the business solution.

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Utilize industry standards and standard packages. Using industry standards and standard packages whenever possible allows for a low cost solution that can be upgraded or replaced as business changes occur.

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Provide a flexible architecture. Frontier proposes an open N-Tier architecture solution to allow future enhancements like interactive tools, on-line billing, and wireless output as required.

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Utilize a component-based architecture. This does two things 1) it allows for effective enhancement or changes to selected portions of the system without requiring a rewrite of the entire application and 2) it will also allow for an incremental or phased approach to the development of a comprehensive web solution.

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Provide a scaleable architecture. To effectively handle an increased volume without requiring significant changes to the application.

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Maintain simplicity. This is to reduce ongoing maintenance and operational costs. Modifications to the site are performed by business, not technical personnel.

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