An Application Support Engineer is an IT professional who provides technical support regarding a spectrum of software used within a specific business sector. Some Application Support Engineers are responsible for database management, while others put more emphasis on the programming end of an application.
Application Support Analysts support IT services delivered to users within an organization, enabling the required business processes needed for the business to be successful. By default, it means they enable people to execute their responsibilities within their relevant business processes.
Content Updates & Web Programming
Customized Open Source Platforms
Bug Fixes & Code Reviews
Custom CMS based websites
Custom developed web applications
SQL Database support and updates
Mobile Apps (iOS & Android) Support
Application Hosting Support
An entire system of application lifecycle management (ALM) brings new software features and versions into production systematically and safely at the fastest possible pace. Things are not static from release date on, however. An application's operational life cycle starts with deployment, after which application support and maintenance handles component scaling and replacement demands. Get this second lifecycle right, and it complements the first. Get it wrong, and even the best ALM practices fall short of sustaining business operations.