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Pillar To Post

Pillar to Post wanted an easy way to link Realtors with Franchisees while at a conference talking to Realtors. They had a list of Franchisees between US and Canada and those Franchisees had a list of zip/postal codes that they covered. What they wanted was a way to enter information for a Realtor when one came to their booth at a conference and that would automatically link them Franchisees in the area (based on zip/postal code).

  • iOS (Objective-c)
  • HTML5
  • Javascript
  • Ajax
  • JQuery
  • PHP
  • Google Maps Geocoding API

Franchise Phones by Clarity

Clarity wanted their VoIP system to be available on SalesForce AppExchange so their clients could download and use it. We created them an app that could be installed on SalesForce accounts and would give a widget where the users could login with their extension and use their linked Clarity phones through this widget. They could make calls through SalesForce by clicking on numbers, view/search contacts, see recent calls, and when they received an inbound call they would get a screen pop that would take them to the contact that called them (we created contacts for them if they didn’t already exist).

  • Visual Force Pages
  • Apex
  • Clarity’s VoIP API
  • SalesForce AppExchange

Multi-Conference Registration System (UnConference)

The UnConferences are a set of conferences throughout the year that we have created Android/iOS/HTML5 apps for. What they wanted was a way to combine all the conferences into one app that would also handle the registration process for these conferences which would include accepting payment for the conference as well as any events that cost extra. What we created was an iOS/Android/HTML5 app along with an HTML5 admin site and an HTML5 registration site.

  • HTML5
  • iOS (Objective-C)
  • Android
  • PHP
  • Authorize.net API
  • Javascript
  • JQuery
  • AJAX
  • App Engine

GutterVac

GutterVac has a system that allows them to send out jobs to employees and those jobs are linked with services, to-do lists, images, etc for the work that they will perform on-site. They wanted an iOS app that would allow them to get this information while they are on site and also tweak the data (add new services/change the costs or take pictures) while they are there performing it.

We created an iOS app for them that allowed each user to securely log in and see the jobs they had for the day. They could select the jobs they wanted to work on and edit/add services. There were numerous checklists they could go through while on-site and towards the end the app would display to them an invoice PDF, they could submit payment information (such as how much they received and enter details), and then they could view a receipt of a summary of what was done and paid for. When new services were added or new jobs were created for the user, it would automatically sync to the app and be available to the users.

  • Swift

ShelfGenie

Shelf Genie created an extensive Excel document that was used as their sales form when their designers took orders from customer's homes, entering in measurements, model numbers, and more. The excel form has numerous calculations that ultimately come up with a price based on the inputted information for their clients. This document is then uploaded to their online system, which reads the document, entering in all of the information to their database, allowing them to track the order/customer information. One of the major problems they faced with this document is that any time new models were added, calculations updated, or any other change made to the excel document, they would have to ensure that all of their designers had the most recent excel document.

  • Java
  • Swing

Berlitz

The franchisees of Berlitz use SalesForce to enter in information regarding sales of school courses and course materials. They wanted to be able to have that information automatically added into QuickBooks Online (QBO). They work with a company to handle any SalesForce programming, but had no experience with QBO integrations. We built them an integration using App Engine that served as an API for sending information to QuickBooks Online. Their SalesForce developers then had the ability to create requests to our integration that would then automatically enter in the information into QBO.

  • Java
  • QuickBooks Online SDK/API
  • App Engine

G/O Digital

G/O digital wanted to be able to backup their invoice information from QuickBooks Enterprise to a remote database. We built a desktop Windows program that ran in the background. Once per day, the program would automatically grab any new invoice information from QuickBooks, write that information to a file, and upload that file to their remote server.

  • QuickBooks Online SDK/API
  • Windows/C#