Intro: SWISS REMIT is a local Switzerland-based company, member of PolyReg General Self-Regulatory Organisation authorized to provide remittance and foreign exchange services. We were working on this project from scratch.
Work on the project took 18 months.
Development of the server part of the mobile application.
Development of a payment system for international financial mutual settlements.
Solution: The customer provided the analytics, we translated it into technical analytics, painted the architecture and wrote the code. We chose an Agile approach to work with the customer, which allowed us to develop software for the customer in a more flexible and iterative way.
Result: We developed a full-fledged system that handles the transfer of payments between different counterparties. The system takes into account peculiarities of the countries where it operates, currency differences, time zones, and differences in legislation. It also calculates the scoring for each transaction to determine whether a transaction is less risky. The final system can handle up to 120,000 transactions per second. As a result, the customer got the application and is now successfully selling the software we developed.
Intro: Global-Flot Ltd. is a shipping company designed to provide services by specialized fleet vessels. The company's mission is to provide transport and technological component of offshore projects related to production activities of offshore facilities in the oil fields.
Challenge: Optimization of the company's business processes by building a digital accounting system.
In order to help the customer to solve this challenge we described all business processes of the company, that were interesting for the managers.
Next, we made sure that the described business processes work as described.
We identified the bottlenecks in the processes and which of them could be digitized.
Calculated with the CFO the economic feasibility of developing and implementing a digital portal for the described business processes.
Developed modules that were economically feasible, namely:
Scheduling systems for vessels and vessel crews.
Employee document exchange system.
The system of accounting for ship spare parts and scheduled / unscheduled ship repairs.
The company began to better understand and control its processes.
Reduced purchases and, as a consequence, saved the company's funds.
Easier communication with employees in distributed offices.
Intro: Snouki is a software editor of real estate management solutions, France.
Challenge: The client approached because they had an old real estate management system that needed to be migrated from an Oracle database to Postgres, as well as to develop new application modules and an adaptive mobile version.
The work started with analyzing the current application and describing its architecture.
We developed a new architecture and wrote a migration plan.
We migrated the database from Oracle to Postgres.
We developed modules in GoLang.
The customer got more customers by making the application more usable and flexible. Also, it started saving a lot of money due to the fact that the application migrated from a paid database to a free one.
Intro: Stacle is a messenger for companies and corporate use. The customer wanted to develop the project from scratch.
Development of the server side in GoLang.
Kafka as message broker.
Client side developed in React js.
Postgres / Casandra databases.
For messenger we:
Invented the architecture.
Invented a protocol.
Devised a system of flexible marketplace within the messenger.
We developed the main product and the system of messenger administration.
Result: The customer received a completed solution.