The purpose of this project was to build an accompanying cross-platform mobile application to the existing Fly Tyer World web application. The goal was for the Fly Tyer World mobile application to have the same functionality as the web application, and for it to be available for both iOS and Android devices.
A team of Keyhole Software consultants worked with one of the largest healthcare providers on the east coast to develop a proof-of-concept application for the network’s call center.
The proof-of-concept was for an application that displayed a list of the call center’s patient calls. The goal was to create a web user interface that used the Kendo Grid for displaying a list of calls and integrated well with the client’s business process management (BPM) service.
The application interfaced with the client’s BPM service responsible for creating and managing the lifecycle of calls. The finished application allowed a user to search from a list of available calls, choose a patient to call, indicate the call has started, and then complete the call with some information.
Keyhole Software team designed and built a Xamarin enterprise mobile application to specification. In this single, new application, Keyhole Consultants integrated all needed business functionality from multiple disparate applications including an existing mobile-enabled web application and expensive COTS application.
The development process utilized both standard Xamarin features and controls as well as several custom developed controls to provide the solution for this client. The new application provided an entirely new look, feel, and standardized operations using Xamarin technology.
A team of Keyhole Software consultants worked extensively on multiple mobile-related projects for one of the largest theater chains in the world.
The team worked to develop significant enhancements to a cross-platform mobile application, and they assisted with multiple other ongoing mobile and web initiatives as well. For example, they were involved in designing a subscription-based offering for the client’s consumers.
Additionally, the team made improvements on a Web API service used by the client’s mobile applications to communicate with the company’s common API. The team also migrated this Web API from ASP.NET MVC 5 to ASP.NET Core 2.2.
Keyhole Software was brought in to help the client meet a deadline imposed by the client state of residence. Keyhole consultants helped deliver Single-Page Application functionality that drastically changed the landscape of Medicaid-managed patients in the state.