Building something complex and functional requires knowledge, planning, and experience.
Would you build a circular staircase by picking up a board and nails and starting to hammer? Of course not. You’d have a skilled architect create a plan. You’d spend time finding the right materials, and you’d trust the work only to a master builder. That staircase would meet your needs and be something you’re comfortable using.
Business challenge: Specialized manufacturing processes requiring high volumes of data to support quality standards
Solution highlights: Expanded and enhanced legacy custom applications to meet current business requirements.
Key benefit: Systems support the business process instead of forcing the business process to match packaged software
Tools: Visual Basic; Access; Visual FoxPro.
Business challenge: Quality control reporting could only be achieved by capturing and analyzing millions of records generated as products were being manufactured.
Solution highlights: .NET application records production statistics and creates useful business reports.
Key benefit: Useful information available to track quality control metrics.
Tools: C#, Visual Studio, and SQL Server
Business challenge: Streamline the business process by replacing legacy systems including Excel, FileMaker, and PHP.
Solution highlights: Complete automation and integration of the business processes into a centralized custom web application eliminated the legacy system’s redundant data entry and reduced data errors. A consistent presentation across screens reduces training and provides improved accessibility of information.
Key benefit: Reduced data entry by 60% by automating the generation of unique serial numbers, simplifying order entry, and integrating the shipping/invoicing process into the primary business application.
Tools: Microsoft C#, SQL Server, and SQL Reporting Services