The application contains an administration and a portal view so all the users have access to their specific area of responsibility. The solution was implemented on ASP.NET MVC 5 platform in C# language. The application gathers its data from Deloitte’s own system, public governmental databases and the web (news sites, blogs etc.). To ensure a responsive and simple view we used the Twitter Bootstrap library during the development and DocIO to generate reports.
As a result of our cooperation patients could register to treatments in a user friendly web search and appointment making system app. The system had an interface connection to the Telki Private Hospital’s IT system, which was a pilot project to connect it with the external patient registration systems. The project includes the mobile application development, different interfaces for different roles, the management of external bookings, e-mail and SMS notifications for all parties and makes sure that every patient data is stored in the most secure way.
As a result, the site is listed among the top hits on Google for almost all relevant search keywords which brings a significant number of organic visitors for our client. We connected the web portals with the institution’s patient registration system, so patients receive a unified client experience from the appointment booking, through visits till the follow-ups. By using Sitecore the client has an easily manageable CMS system to support its marketing activity, as well.
As a subcontractor ALLWIN provided 3 developers for a total of 8700 hours work for our partner. During the process we took part in making the architecture plan that provided a solid foundation for the portal to work properly. Besides that our team made the business logic, back-end development and the deployment of the site while our partner provided the design. Our team was directly in contact with the client’s C-level executives during the whole process.
We developed the client’s e-commerce and webportal in a record time – a deadline that only ALLWIN could comply with - to make sure that every student in the country is getting their books on time. All systems are linked to the School book supplier’s management systems - and through a joint data storage - they constantly synchronize all the different orders of every Hungarian student and school, which was a great challenge and at the same time a huge success for us as well.
MVM Group is the largest Hungarian power company, responsible for the production, distribution and sale of electricity.
We re-implemented the Silverlight system to an AngularJS SPA solution based on a more consistent business intelligence behind it, using ASP.NET Core technology. The system has an ArcGIS component that allows the client to follow relevant information real time. This system is connected to a custom ERP solution that was written by using the .NET and WCF/WCF REST interface.