Application Upgrade: C#.NET + JavaScript

Shaylee Webb .NET, Application Enhancement, C#, JavaScript Leave a Comment

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 …

New Development with React & .NET Core: Power Outage Management Application

Shaylee Webb .NET, Design, New Development, React

Client Snapshot: The client is a Fortune 500, publically traded energy company. It covers over 28,000 square miles in eastern Kansas and western Missouri and provides electricity to over 1.6 million homes and businesses. Project Overview After assisting the company in the completion of Phase 1 of this project, a team of Keyhole consultants was brought in again to complete …

Custom Application: Payment Management System

Shaylee Webb .NET, Azure, JavaScript, React 1 Comment

The client is an over 150-year-old, nationally recognized banking institution with hubs in Kansas City and St. Louis. A team of seven Keyhole consultants was brought in to assist this client in the development of a React web application designed to help hospitals and clinics manage bills and payments. The team worked in conjunction with the client’s development team and …

Cross-Platform Mobile App with Xamarin

Keyhole Software .NET, Application Enhancement, Mobile Development, Xamarin

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.