At Transition we design each application to our client’s specific requirements. It is however important that we apply our previous experience and automate where we can the standard functions that we develop time after time for clients
Although we develop each client solution from scratch after we have designed a system we are able to see if any of our Accelerate re-usable modules can be used, this make our development process efficient ,drives savings for the clients and delivers a more robust software application.
Accelerate is a set of building block modules that are typically the foundation in many projects such as:
Security How users are administered, and what they are able to access, add or amend
Why do they matter to our clients?
There are several tangible benefits of this module based approach.
We can cater for almost any client requirement in an efficient, structured, maintainable way.
Though systems we develop are unique to clients their requirements and the specific elements of their marketplace, the wedeploy ensure they are robust and deliver code quality under the hood which is being used dayan in day out by leading corporations serving thousands of users.
An excellent example of this is the SMS provisioning software and associated web functions, that we developed as a module in early 2003; this is now used in four international systems, across three vertical markets servings hundreds of thousands of users, same proven code.
That makes a great difference in terms of cost and effort to build, test and support the application!
Transition Workflow – Configurable workflow system
Transition Case System (i.e. CMS) – Case management framework application
Transition Application Framework – Provides logging, security, application control
Google Map integration – Map display and functionality
Microsoft Maps integration – Map display and functionality
CRM membership – CRM membership management solution
AFD Interface – Address lookup and validation
QAS Interface – Address lookup and validation
Sales Logix Interface – CRM interface
Oracle – CRM interface
GPS Tracking and Mobile Telephony
Orange Or Pac Interface – SIMM Card provisioning
GPS Reader – Reads GPS information from devices
Portable device map rendering and layering – To display layers of maps and images on a Microsoft CE device
ITIS Traffic Interface – UK traffic information
T-Mobile Interface – SIMM Card provisioning
Syniverse Interface – SMS Processing
4G to bring lightning-fast mobile applications and rich content
4G is the fourth generation of mobile phone mobile communications standards. It is a successor of the third generation (3G) standards.
A 4G system provides mobile ultra-broadband Internet access, for example to laptops with USB wireless modems, to smartphones, and to other mobile devices. Conceivable applications include amended mobile web access, IP telephony, gaming services, high-definition mobile TV, video conferencing and 3D television.
Once the 4G network is in place, trials indicate that there should be widespread access to of up to 100Mbps mobile broadband speeds – that’s around five times faster than current wired broadband in high-speed access areas.
It’s great news for companies that want to give staff access to highly functional business software applications while out on the road, or connect remote workers in to corporate database applications.
A recent Transition development that will benefit from this capability is a health and safety android application that handles on site worker safety compliance and self-certification. The application links with the head office system, delivering documents photos and information real-time for assessment, customer review or change request approval.
Transition has developed a number of specialist mobile applications where the key is robust secure integration to back office systems whilst delivering and easy to use interface.
Google I/O Conference Registrations to begin on April 15
Google holds its annual conference known as the Google I/O, every year at the Moscone Center, San Francisco. The registrations start on 15th April and will end on 18th April. This event is one of the most popular developer conferences of the year. Several advancements in Android, Chrome OS are discussed in this conference. Highly technical and detailed sessions related to web, mobile and enterprise applications are also featured. Open web technologies like Android, Chrome, Chrome OS, Google APIs, Google Web Toolkit etc. are examined as well as enhanced.
Google I/O was started in 2008 with the main focus on leading innovation in every strata of technology. The ‘I’ and ‘O’ stands for input/ output and also “ Innovation in the Open”. The major themes covered in the event of 2008 were OpenSocial, App Engine, Android, Google Maps API and Google Web Toolkit. In 2009, the developers in the conference discussed about Android, Chrome, Google AJAX APIs and Google Wave. Last year the conference announced updates related to Android, Chrome OS and other of Google services.
The conference has always held good stead for Google by solving several issues that sometimes have been troublesome for the search company. Google Now and its gaming section has improved since the last conference. The conference also proved that Google is not only the software giant but is also intensely dwelling on hardware technologies. The company has shifted its focus from being entirely driven towards software, since Internet of Things came into forefront. The conference is also beneficial to developers who gain ample expertise through examining and removing bugs from several viewpoints. The Google I/O conference is expected to announce some major news this summer too and is being awaited by tech-lovers.
Written by Phillip Siegel - American App Developer.
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