Software Development & Consultancy


Bespoke (Custom) Software Development


With over two decades of experience in software development, iLabMalta's founders commenced way back in 1993 developing software with FoxPro for DOS, FoxPro for Windows, Visual FoxPro, Visual Basic 6 and  Powerbuilder. Our current main areas of expertise are .NET (C#,VB), ASP.NET and Microsoft SQL Server, using other technologies along way such as Python and Ruby, and also retaining hands on experience with Powerbuilder and Visual Foxpro.

We are experienced in all stages of the Software Development Life Cycle, using our own customised Methodology of software development derived along the years, learning and taking the best from other various software development methodologies.

- Extensive hands on experience in administrative processes
- Requirements gathering and Requirements Documentation
- Robust software development and Database Design, always thinking ahead
- System and User Acceptance Testing including Documentation
- Self-healing and self-administered software, reducing maintenance costs


The Government of Malta is our main client, for whom we have designed, planned, developed and implemented systems with up to 800 users.To mention a few large scale and corporate applications designed, developed and tested by iLabMalta:

Fleet Management System - Developed with Powerbuilder 12 and .NET , managing the Government Fleet of Vehicles for the past 8 years with around 700 users.

Department of Industrial and Employment Relations System - Developed with VB.NET 4 and tackling the day to day business of the Department, used by around 40 users.

Manifesto Implementation System - Developed with C#.NET 4 and and helping Government with Monitoring Project Progress, Risks and Costs. Used by around 500 users. - Developed with C#.NET 4, a public website integrated with the Government Payment Portal where shop owners and businesses can pay their yearly Licence Fee. The website is also integrated with the Commerce Division Licence Management System to publicly make available basic information of circa 16,000 licence holders in Malta.