CIS | About The Company
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About The Company

Dynamic Solutions for a Demanding World

Our firm, Consulting Integrating Services (CIS)/DBA AXLE Financial Solutions, has its headquarters in Miami, Florida. Since 1993, we have applied our knowledge of best practices in information technology to help corporations in various industries consolidate and grow.


We have expanded our expertise to new areas of consulting and systems development, thereby helping our clients improve their competitiveness in the market and better integrate their information systems and business processes with their clients, partners and providers.


Our mission is to add value to our clients’ businesses by allowing them to focus on their core competencies. We provide information technology that is a balance between the need to solve problems in the short term yet provide for future growth and symmetry between proven systems and the latest technologies.


Our vision is to be a globally-based provider of integrated information technology solutions, driven by a team of empowered and astute professionals, with unprecedented levels of service.

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Michael Smith

Lead Designer

Lara Stanford

HR Manager

Nico Albarado

Web Designer

Miranda Thomas

Web Designer


Our extensive experience in business has enabled us to design optimum processes to support internal and external operations. We have put in place such internationally recognized standards as PMI, ISACA-COBIT, CMMI, OWASP and ISO in all our core activities, including the formulation of turn-key projects, systems development and consulting services.


Project Management Institute


Information System Audit and Control Association


Control Objectives for Information and related Technology


Capability Maturity Model Integration


Open Web Application Security Project


International Standards Organization


Phase 1: Planning and Requirement Analysis

This is where our project managers and software engineers begin. Project managers meet with company managers, stake holders and users to gather and analyze a business’s unique requirements. The next step is creation of a ‘scope document’ that determines and records the project’s execution strategy.

Phase 2: Architecture and Product Design

Guided by requirements determined in phase one, phase two involves designing the software. A System Design team specifies hardware and system requirements and helps in defining overall system architecture. The system design specifications serve as input for the next phase of the model.

Phase 3: Development

Here, systems are developed or acquired based on detailed design specifications. In this phase, the longest of the software development cycle, the developer focuses on producing the code.

Phase 4: Quality Assurance

The system is validated through a sequence of unit, integration, performance, system, and acceptance testing. The objective is to ensure that the system functions as expected and that the sponsor’s requirements are satisfied. All system components — communications, applications, procedures, and associated documentation — are developed/acquired, tested, and integrated. This phase requires strong user participation in order to verify thorough testing and to meet all business needs.

Phase 5: Implementation

Now, midway through the process, a new or enhanced system is installed. First in the laboratory environment, users are trained and data converted (as needed); then the system is turned over to the sponsor, and business processes are evaluated. This phase includes identifying problems with implementation, finding solutions, and developing a plan for sustainment.

Phase 6: Documentation

Every step in the project is documented for future reference and for the improvement of the software in the development process.

Phase 7: Deployment

After successful testing the product is delivered, ready for the customer’s use.

Phase 8: Maintenance and Upgrades

Software maintenance is done for future viability. Software improvement and new requirements (change requests) can take longer than the time needed to create the initial development of the software. This is the order of the day, with the continued rapid changes in technology. CIS ensures that our team has expertise in the latest advancements.

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