Proof-of-Concept: Hospital Call Center App with C# and Web API

Keyhole Software .NET, JavaScript, Proof-of-Concept

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.

Development: JavaScript Brewery Solution

Keyhole Software JavaScript, New Development

Keyhole Consultants designed and developed a repository of beers, ingredients, and characteristics of the product lines for an international brewery conglomerate that had purchased various micro-breweries.

This repository provides public access via a RESTful HTTP API that provides a singular, consistent way for Marketing and/or other interested parties to access and update detailed information as their portfolio evolves – including breweries, products, and packaging.

M204 To Spring Boot Microservices

Keyhole Software Application Rewrite, Java, Mainframe, Microservices, Modernization, SPA, Spring Batch

In this project, almost 1,000 existing Model 204 batch applications were converted to Java Spring and Spring Batch-based applications.

The goal of this engagement was for Keyhole Software to help the client to implement an application architecture and platform that supports the conversion of its Model 204 applications into Spring Boot-based application modules. There were many modules, both batch and online-based, so this platform needed to allow for scalability and durability. On-demand deployment was also necessary.