System-level software is software which works tightly with internal layers of operating system (OS) and/or hardware, for example, event-driven automation and scheduler tools, security tools, systems monitor tools, database engines, data networking carrier tools etc. Besides its type and style of application, it needs deeper systems programming skills to develop, whereas less people have it. It more sensitive to the system as it needs to run in privileged mode when accessing internal system resources. If it get problem, it can potentially impact to the whole system. So why is interested?
Unlike user-level software, such as banking, insurance, payroll, accounting applications etc, which in fact easier to develop, more manageable risks and easier to find skillful people to involve. Technical difficulties and potential risks of system-level software are totally not interested in common point of view. Hard to develop, hard to support, hard to find the skillful people to involve and have to tightly watch day-to-day hardware and OS changes.
In today’s business point of view, system-level software, however, is more interested. Not many people around in this world, so lesser competitors. Hard to find skillful people, so not easy to start such business, although it’s more interested today. Luckily NSI was founded by such person! So it can start by him alone. And surprisingly it came up with automation and scheduler tools products which have been proven work stably in the mission-critical areas.