Their development tool is able to create highly interactive transactional applications, that execute on a remote computer and that are accessed by users from their own PCs or terminals.
IB's systems have been designed business-oriented, to facilitate the integration with other systems, adapting to different organizational processes and offering enough flexibility to easily incorporate changes that may occur in the future.
The developing process is human-centered, getting close enough to the user to see how we can make their lives and experiences better and more fulfilling. The interface of menus, views and desktops is simple and personalized for users.
We provide mock-ups to experience the actual look and feel of the applications and match customer requirements and expectations. Our process flow is validated by the customer as well as by external consultants.
Quality Assurance specialists and a dedicated testing team work in cooperation with Product Development and Customer Service to ensure that our software solutions match the customers' vision in an appealing and functional way.
Our software solutions are built in a three-tier architecture, where presentation, application processing, and data management functions are physically separated and each part can be developed concurrently by different team of programmers.
A 3-tier architecture shortens time to market and reduces the cost to integrate new features into software, because the developers have the opportunity to extend, modularize, and configure their application.
In InfoSHIP Business Process Applications replace the traditional concept of Software Modules.
Even if they have the same layout, Graphic User Interface, basic functionalities and are connected to each other, BPA can be installed independently from any other components of the software suite, have their own database and follow an independent evolutional path.
The framework is desigened to support iOS, Android, Blackberry, WindowsPhone, PalmWebOS, Bada and Symbian and allows access different native features of the mobile device such as camera and geolocation.
to help you create new gauges, trends, scattered diagram, pies.
to determine the way you want to organize and analyze data.
to maintain a configuration change history of fields.
to set the fields that a user or a group of users must fill out.
to provide web notifications to a list of contacts.
to personalize your desktop with gadgets and charts.
to set data exchange among fleets and office.
to view types of objects and resources according to roles.