Rose Curve Innovations
  1. Web Design
    We build our clients custom sites from the ground up. Every business is unique and your website should reflect it. Our team has worked with a diverse range of market sectors offering unique web solutions. Let Rose Curve help you market, grow and brand your business today!
  2. Software Development
    We design and develop software solutions to maximize efficiency, productivity and profitability. We work with our clients every step of the way to build a software infrastructure that streamlines their business needs, with competitive pricing on all software packages.
  3. Mobile App Solutions
    Mobile applications allow you to take your ideas and business functions to whole new level. Whether you're looking to create an exciting new game, social space, manage your business or improve productivity Rose Curve has you covered. We offer app development on both android and ios platforms.
About Us
Rose-Curve Innovations is a software, web and mobile app development startup company based out of New York. The company was created in October 2017 by Zakir Abrahim and Shankar Yellai, who were both students at the time, with a purpose of providing IT solutions to local and small businesses at affordable prices. Both founders have an extensive background in Management Information Systems, Programming, as well as web and software development.

The team also utilizes specialized programmers to develop and implement highly sophisticated coding infrastructures to projects designed and managed by the founders. Zakir and Shankar wanted to utilize these skills and talents to help businesses grow and thrive in their communities. All projects are sourced, designed, managed and implemented from inception to completion by both Zakir and Shankar. Clients enjoy the ability to communicate their needs and concerns directly to the founders throughout the project life cycle without the need for intermediaries.

We understand that relationships are important, especially in an industry where most of the communication is becoming automated, that's why we thrive to ensure our customer needs are met and communicated effectively. No project is too big or too small, contact us today for a free consultation and assesment.
The team at Rose Curve Innovations were great. They helped me get my site off the ground and running in record time. They were very proffesional in their approach and I was always at ease, these guys deffinitely know what they're doing.
- Gary Fletcher​
AI and the continuous delivery model are the future of software development
by MACIEJ GRYKA 
Software might be eating the world, but most businesses are sitting out the feeding frenzy because they can’t release software fast enough to meet changing customer needs.
No matter what kind of business you’re in — technology, consumer goods, manufacturing — companies are driving engagement with consumers through applications across web, mobile, point-of-sale and more. The faster an organization can improve its software, the more it can drive loyalty for itself and build switching costs for the competition. According to one study, high-performing IT units with faster software releases are twice as likely to achieve their goals in customer satisfaction, profitability, market share and productivity.
Acknowledgement of this has fueled a headlong rush toward what software developers call “continuous delivery.” Whereas in the past organizations would spend months or even years perfecting a release full of new features, continuous delivery allows teams to make incremental changes to software and send them live as each improvement is made.
It’s a process most technology departments aspire to but only a fraction have achieved. According to a recent survey by Evans Data, 65 percent of organizations are using continuous delivery on at least some projects, but only 28 percent are using it for all their software. Among non-SaaS companies, that proportion is just 18 percent.
These leading organizations recognized years ago that they needed to speed up the development process and made organizational changes accordingly. Now they’re eating the competition’s lunch while everyone else is catching up.
The small percentage of organizations that are continuously delivering software lean heavily on automation to speed development and simplify handoffs between developers, QA testers, operations staff and so on. But continuous delivery isn’t an end-state — it’s a process of constant improvement, meaning even the highest performing teams can’t rest on their laurels.

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