InfoFUSION has been active in the development of custom solutions for customer problems right from the start. Our software development professional services teams are adept at quickly understanding the core problems for a system. We also have the depth of experience to reject approaches that will not work. We can pick up and complete software development projects that have failed to achieve their goals, but we can also start from the very beginning: collecting requirements, designing, developing, testing, installing, documenting and training users. We have done this for a multitude of custom systems in a variety of markets.
We have developed and delivered stand alone applications, client / server solutions, distributed (non-cloud) solutions, mobile applications, and more.
Our teams are versed in the open source technologies (Java stack) as well as the Microsoft stack. Additionally, we are experts utilizing cloud platforms (AWS, Azure, etc.).
We have also developed Off-The-Shelf (OTS) capabilities to act as starting points for specific solutions. Select the following button to learn more about these platforms.
Example - Innovative Solution
NANSLO is the North American Network of Science Labs Online. They needed help architecting and building the software necessary to link lab instruments to students remotely (online) taking the lab. The system that InfoFUSION developed was comprised of three components - an on-line scheduler, some node software and lab-equipment interface software.
Example - Distributed Geo Search
A large mining company with offices around the world approached InfoFUSION to help build a distributed (each office) document storage and federated searching system. Each office had thousands of exploration project reports, maps, field sample results from all of the exploration activities done by mining engineers from that office. Since each mining engineer performed exploration activities locally (near their office) and around the world (supporting other offices) there were documents pertaining to other parts of the world stored at each office. The goal was to convert all hardcopy data to digital files and store these on a local server at the office where the hardcopy was located. These digital files were then organized by exploration project AND indexed by a search engine (in this case Sharepoint). Additionally, each document was given a geographic index to support spatial operations. A web search application was then built to obtain search words and phrases (much like the google search interface) from the user and query each distributed office server for results. These results were then displayed to the user where each result "linked" to the actual document(s) located at the office storing the digital (and hardcopy) file. The system was fielded initially to 9 different locations around the world and according to the VP of Exploration was and enormous success.