Client Snapshot: National less-than-truckload (LTL) transportation company headquartered in the Midwest Project Snapshot A team of Keyhole consultants joined the client’s team of engineers to develop a customized front-end software application that improved user experience. This was an initiative to modernize a legacy user interface and move to a web-based UI that replicated existing functionality. Although the previous application was …
Client Snapshot: AMC Theatres, the largest movie theater chain in the world Project Snapshot: A team of two Keyhole consultants worked with two AMC engineers to upgrade various applications in the internal AMC ecosystem. These applications are used by AMC employees for booking and scheduling the films that play at each theater across the globe. They also handle administrative needs …
Keyhole consultants assisted the client with a proprietary designer platform for end users. This tool enables a non-programmer to create a form-based web application without using code—simply by dragging UI elements onto a form page. The form contains pages that have UI elements, each element with associated properties that are interactive at design time. Each element has behaviors that impart program logic to the form. The tool user interacts with those artifacts by dragging and dropping elements, drawing behavior or workflow connections, modifying properties, and then saving the form, as XML, to a server. A web-based player interprets the form XML to serve it to an end-user as a web application.
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.
A team of four Keyhole Software consultants worked to modernize an existing 15-year-old legacy application to use modern technologies and support multi-tenancy. The client is a global B2B payments and credit solutions provider.