December 3, 2009Mobile Healthcare Delivery PlatformOur client needed to rapidly develop a mobile solution that included a multi-tier solution architecture consisting of several handset application variants, customer web portal as well as back end integration to carriers and vendor partners.
November 29, 2009BlackBerry Ordering Application POCClient was negotiating with a big customer from construction sector and required to prove it has proper understanding of customer goals and vision of mobile solution for ordering construction materials that the customer requested.
November 14, 2009Network Inventory OSS Data MigrationIn 2007 the operator launched a massive $5B AUD IT Transformation program aimed at replacing its old legacy systems with next-generation OSS systems and solutions. Our responsibility was Network Inventory part.
November 2, 2009CRM & Order Management for Freight Forwarding CompanyThe main scope of the project was to customize an existing CRM system and develop new functionalities within an order management portal (OMP) for a leading carrier company to the extent sufficient for and surpassing the requirements of increasingly competitive and demanding transportation industry.
October 29, 2009Mobile Workforce Control Product SuiteCollaboration with the client was about improving its existent product line that performed on Windows Mobile, BlackBerry and Symbian by adding new functionality and modules to these products.
October 4, 2009Global Track Fleet Tracking SystemThe system allows for real-time tracking of vehicles throughout Russia. The route is displayed over the map with high precision (about 5 meters) in real time. Extra information is available, such as current speed or street address.
September 26, 2009GPS Add-ons for the ESRI ArcWeb ServiceThe core of this simple yet very useful business application was developed by Azoft in a matter of days. Mobile application gives users a capability to track and manage POI (point of interest). POI positions are submitted by users from their mobile phones to the ArcWeb Service using SOAP.