AppVizo specializes in providing custom software solutions for businesses and institutions of all sizes.
Description of services.
- Custom Software Solutions
- IOS and Android App Development
- Instructional Design and Training
- Document and Content Management
- Inventory Management
- Software Integration
Document and Content Management
We are experts in organizing documents and data so that you can easily access your information. Our document
management framework can be easily integrated with your current infrastructure and configured to interact with
Active Directory and other network resources. The systems created around our infrastructure are web-based, with
either a secure SQL or MongoDB data-store and a front-end designed to be intuitive to the end user.
While document management systems focus on the document, content management systems treat all data as
content. What this means is that anything added to the database can be tracked, versioned, retrieved, and
reported on. This system includes the fundamental ability to capture the “who did what when” of any data
entered or imported. Everything that goes into the system – documents and data alike – is indexed and searchable.
- Reporting: Because of the document infrastructure, reporting is very
flexible. Queries consist of familiar “Google-like” searches, with easy export of results to CSV (Excel).
- Tracking and Versioning: An advantage of the document management framework is
the control over tracking and versioning. You are able to see who-did-what and when and notifications can be sent out if something changes.
- Workflow: Workflows can be assigned to documents. Users can add custom
workflows to extend the built-in ones.
- Notifications: Users can “subscribe” to receive email notifications when
a document has been changed or updated.
- Customization: When it comes to customization, fields can be easily added
to an “object” for data entry and reporting purposes, and the fields displayed for an object can be easily added or removed from tables for
various reports and views.
The same infrastructure used for content management is also used with inventory management as the same fundamental requirements apply –
importing, tracking, storing, retrieving, and reporting. Our system integrates with a third-party solution that uses barcode and RFID
technologies that allow users to inventory assets to reduce common errors associated with manual record-keeping. Through a handheld
computer, a user can receive feedback on a missing or misplaced item. This real-time information allows the user to respond immediately,
which results in a more accurate and up-to-date tracking system..
Our hardware partner has a range of available devices to meet your inventory needs. Please contact us for more details.
Our ability to pull data from multiple sources has been demonstrated with several projects and our own products. This aggregation process
involves gathering data to be searched and presented in a report-based, summarized format for an end purpose (e.g., data analysis).
Although there is the challenge in displaying the data that lends itself to analysis, there is the greater challenge of ensuring quality
of the raw data collected from disparate data sources. The lack of consistent data standards and formats requires “cleansing” before it
can be used. Since the data sources change, you also must have validation and checks in place to alert you of changes in format, location,
etc. and to respond to these changes accordingly.
AppVizo project examples:
Cyber security forensics and follow-up action
OFAC and watchlist / blacklist scanning
Attorney-centric scheduling of court case dates
Several projects required integration with existing systems, where the systems have varied in
size, platforms, and, of course, technology. Even among our products there is a strong level
of integration. In cases where clients desired a consistent look-and-feel across systems, we
“reskinned” the front end so that the user experience is seamless even though the backend structures
and components may be quite different. When appropriate, we create Application Programming Interfaces
(APIs) to exchange the data needed for execution.
AppVizo project examples:
Banking “Opt-In” compliance and tracking
Lookup and action on Do Not Call list
Customer identification and identity security