When you are the largest software development company in the world, managing a major release of your flagship platform and moving your clients to that new release is a monumental task.
When your bread and butter is logistics, data is everything. Our client provides operators with real-time truck monitoring, optimized dispatching and automated invoicing. While their solutions provided state of the art applications, their analytics program that supported both internal resources and external customers, did not.
Executive Summary The State of Oregon Department of Human Services needed an enterprise application to manage a child’s path through the foster care system. This would create new possibilities for measuring and tracking the [...]
A mobile software company had developed a reporting solution that used SQL Server Analysis Services Data exposed by SQL Server Reporting Services reports. But one key report wasn’t working, and the developers were not able [...]
A state agency needed a data warehouse to meet their needs. They attempted to develop the solution in-house, but quickly exhausted their team’s skill set. A second effort by a state-contracted consulting firm also [...]
We worked closely with the technical staff and business users at an insurance company to add to and improve functionality of the existing data warehouse. Using code-generating logic, we simplified the development and saved weeks [...]
A platform change can be a nightmare, taking up many hours and risking some data not migrating. A client was changing database platforms from Oracle to SQL Server 2012, but had limited expertise in building [...]
A public school district received many reporting requests from external sources, such as programs of the City of Denver. Though the requests were largely for the same repeated data, they were being manually addressed [...]
A public real estate investment trust (REIT) was devoting far too many business analyst hours to gathering data in spreadsheets, manually managing that data and building reports one at a time. Besides being painfully [...]