The application enables employees to compose specific drawings from the existing library of graphic elements (details). The composed schema with calculated dimensions and other parameters of the details is saved on a central server. The schema can be opened and modified by other users from different computers (including iPad). The permissions system restricts access to the schemas to corresponding work groups within the organization. A built-in scheduling system allows planning when the drawings will be used in the production department (assembly line). The system is used by vendors of the details and assembling teams to make sure the correct details arrive to the production line in time.
The application is developed in Flex and works on Windows, Mac and iPad platform with Android coming.
A web-based administration area allows uploading new graphic elements to the system, manage users and permissions. The updates are automatically downloaded and installed on client’s computers.
The application shares the same code base that significantly reduces costs of maintenance and development of new features. We estimate that choosing this set of technologies saved our customer 40-50% of development costs in comparison with developing different versions for PC, Mac and iPad. The expected maintenance savings are up to 80% in a long run when the new features are introduced and Android version is launched to production.
The Web development company wanted to expand their offering with a brand new group and enterprise messaging platform for mobile, laptop and desktop devices. They wanted expertise and cost-efficiency, but their internal IT capabilities had to remain focused on their current services. They needed rapidly scalable technical capability and capacity. The company searched for a team of software engineers able to efficiently and quickly take their innovative concept and turn it into a commercially viable product. Intetics provided a team of software engineering experts dedicated to this project. Intetics developers immediately began close cooperation with the client’s designers, and eventually took over the entire technical side of the project. Maintaining open communication with the client’s in-house staff throughout the project, Intetics engineers developed the web and mobile applications and began work on a desktop extension.
Desk-Net is a new platform for cross-media newsroom management targeted at medium-size and large publishing houses. It helps to plan appointments, manage stories, co-ordinate staff, control beats, and streamline cross-media workflows. Thus, it makes the whole range of publishing processes less time-consuming and therefore a lot more productive. In the developed system stories and appointments can be easily assigned to employees. Every user has his/her own personal site where his/her assignments can be tracked. A simple and easy-to-use “Notes” function enables managers to inform their staff. Specific days and sections can be selected for targeted communication. Personnel – internal or external – can get access to certain sections only, thus being restricted in viewing information that is not directly related to their work. Automated email notifications are sent out to inform users about new entries or changes in existing ones. Nowadays the service is used by about 8 companies and the number of customers continues to expand.
Silicon Systems is a Wokingham, U.K.-based company delivering leading-edge, highly supported IT solutions. Flowmation, its primary product, combines Digital Asset Management (DAM) and Project Management tools to help advertising, print and publishing firms easily organize their assets into projects that are accessible to both local and remote project participants. Flowmation was initially developed by staff in-house. However, as Silicon’s user base grew, end-user support and customer requests for more functionality increasingly began to absorb more time and effort. The current team could no longer handle the requests, and at the same time it did not seem possible to expand it quickly and at reasonable cost within the UK.
Silicon started to consider the outsourcing option and finally chose Intetics as a technology partner and its Offshore Dedicated Team (ODT) as a cooperation model for distinct advantages it provides: expert management consulting, complete process setting, project and relationship governance on Intetics’ side and full control over the offshore team given to the Client.
A Canadian lottery operator relies strongly on their retail network for sales of lottery tickets. The operator must monitor how intermediaries carry the product; they are required by law to regularly inspect licensed vendors to ensure adherence to regulatory and policy requirements.
The lottery service provider chose Intetics, because of its successful track record of developing custom software solutions and experience developing inspection applications. Intetics first collected the client’s requirements and built a prototype. Based on the feedback, a plan was formulated and Intetics put together a team of software engineers. Using SCRUM methodology throughout
development, Intetics built a desktop and a mobile application.
Prior to being transferred to the product surface, artworks are printed on a layer and then cut out from it. The two solutions delivered by Intetics improve the printing process to make it fast and efficient. The first one performs accurate auto-nesting of artworks on a layer. It can arrange a set of irregular shaped patterns on a sheet of material with non-overlapping configuration and with minimum cut wastes. The second solution makes it possible to automatically detect artworks that can not be processed, perform complexity measurement to estimate the processing time, and simplify artworks to adapt them to requirements. It has made the processing of images uploaded by the company’s customers about 500 times faster. The increased printing speed and material economy resulted in significant output growth for the business.
A packaged web-based application was bought by the Client’s company to track performance in their insurance business, but it lacked the required functionality and flexibility in data analysis and reporting. Intetics designed a flexible reporting framework and integrated it into the system. Based on it, custom reports were created for various business scenarios. Most of them have enhanced filtering features, functionality for exporting to different formats like Excel/PDF/HTML/etc., and impressive UI design.
Flowmation brings together Digital Asset Management and Project Management Systems to provide a unique and powerful combination of their capabilities. Traditional Digital Asset Management systems work rather like libraries where you can browse, search and retrieve assets. Flowmation extends beyond this, enabling the assets to be organized as projects which can be worked on by both local and remote project members. Project tasks can be automated through workflows that are embedded within the system.
Clipping Pals is a graphic processing service providing handmade clipping paths which help to isolate images from their backgrounds. Users sign in to the automatic order processing system, upload their scans, gifs, jpegs and illustrations and submit an order for removing certain parts of the image data. The material undergoes handmade processing and the necessary parts are isolated from their background.
The solution offers security protection for individuals and businesses when using Instant Messaging services. The encryption-per-protocol approach allows avoiding program and even version dependency. IMsecure works with AOL Instant Messenger, MSN Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, and other instant messengers that support the same protocols. Providing reliable end-to-end encryption and consistent filtering of IM communications, the software not only prevents interception, impersonation, and message modification, but also reduces the exposure to viruses and protects confidential data.
The Client has developed a stereolithography restorative device that utilizes software for creating three-dimensional models of teeth. The software employs the binary STL file format, and its drawback is the large size of files containing information about an object. To solve this problem, Intetics has created an STL compression algorithm which works as a dynamic link library to be used with external applications. Two compression modes are available: lossy mode allowing for the posterization of triangle coordinates, and lossless mode providing precise data storage and decompression.
The SmartTrip™ system enables corporate travel agents and travellers to book flights by indicating search parameters and getting cumulative results from multiple Web sources. Users can reach an external page with selected flights directly from the SmartTrip search results page. The system allows for airport selection: the user types the name of a city, and SmartTrip displays all airports in the area. Flights found by different search engines are arranged in groups to let the user compare prices on the same flight.
Driver logbook application is an advanced solution that makes professional fleet management, monitoring, and reporting possible. It supports ten languages and provides the following functionality: fast and efficient data retrieval / synchronization; hierarchical menu management and effective navigation; XLS / PDF report generation; email sending; role based administration control and security; high performance and load ability; debugging mechanisms with flexible trace level settings.
The FileMind system allows users to quickly search for multimedia files within the corporate intranet. The server part of the system, using a special scanning application that runs as a service, collects and processes information from the intranet, and then stores in a database the metadata, thumbnails, and full-text data from each multimedia file that was found. The client application connects to the server and displays the multimedia contents as a folder tree with customizable file view panes on the right.
The Call Center system was developed for a telephone service dealer company that major German telephone service providers supply with the information on their customers. The dealer company offers them services in extending their contracts. We have built a comprehensive intranet system for importing, validating, storing, and issuing the information on the old, current, and new contracts signed by the customers of telephone service providers, as well as for processing the information that is necessary for negotiating and preparing new contracts. The built-in contract generating mechanism is easy-to use, and it allows an agent to prepare and print out a contract in no time. After a contract is signed, all the related information is added to the Call Center database and also transferred to the proper telephone service provider. After Call Center was basically deployed, an additional task appeared: the dealer company decided to implement a multilevel marketing system for attracting new customers. A new feature added to the system lets agents enter and process information on the potential customers and calculate the award fees.
A 3D system intended to emulate the behavior of an electronic discovery system that helps children learn about the world of technology as they create their own inventions using electronic building blocks without any knowledge about electronics. The software allows to assemble an electric circuit on the screen before making a physical analog with real blocks.
The Flash exercise system developed by Intetics is aimed to support children of different age groups in learning mathematics and help teachers control the learning process. Each lesson represents a game which involves visualization and sounds. The game consists of two parts: Explore Activities allow students to explore a new thing or learn an operation, and Challenge Activities enable them to solve related problems and practice what they have learned. This part provides probing questions to help identify misunderstandings and stimulate discussions. Clicking the Check button gives feedback on whether the child’s answer was correct. The response to a successful answer contains visual/audio playoff, while the response to an incorrect answer is not too negative, and it usually contains additional information to help students review their decisions.
The Client wanted to create a mobile software application to be used on Windows 8 and Android tablets to better control their existing line of chemical analysis instruments. The existing management system for the instruments has become outdated, as it required a single device to be connected to the instruments to manage the analysis of chemical solutions. The existing system was slow and its low resolution made it unattractive.
Intetics team helped the Client create their new software tablet application that successfully replaced the existing control unit. The application allows easier manipulation of the client’s laboratory equipment. It has an attractive design, remote and multi-user access, automatic scheduling and ability to connect to more than one instrument at a time. Due to the included demo feature, the Client has an opportunity to license the product and allow more users to utilize their software. The modern design of the application created an excellent branding opportunity for the client. Moreover, the application was a stepping stone for upgrading the software of the Client’s other product lines, which will be carried out by their in-house team in the future – using technical knowledge they gained from working with Intetics.
The Client manufactures analytical instruments that conduct liquids analysis, such as automated liquid level monitoring, automatic warming of samples, and incubation of analytical cuvettes. They needed a software system that would receive information about the status of their hardware devices during the analysis process and send alerts to operators’ mobile devices. They also needed an online dashboard allowing operators to login and monitor different parameters of the system (like temperature or pressure) in real time.
As a result of working with Intetics, the Client received a new software application that enabled operators to monitor lengthy operations remotely. This increased operator’s efficiency and shortened equipment idle time. The application included an attractive design, secure multi-user access, and graphical representation of the monitored data. The application became a significant part of the Client’s offering and added value to the customers purchasing Client’s hardware. The architecture of the solution allowed the Client to offer both on-premise and cloud-based setup of the system to meet the requirements of most customers.
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