- Application Infrastructure & Middleware - Event-Driven Application
- Product Research & Development
The company challenges are as follows:
- Time-consuming manual data entries of temperature, pressure, moisture, etc., in PDF Inefficient data tracking & migration to another server
- Lack of a central repository to store the data in real-time
- Unable to generate the certificate in a no-network zone
- Unable to update the information on-the-go
About The Customer
Manufacturer of compact test & measurement instruments that measure temperature, moisture, combustion, pressure, refrigeration, airflow, and appliances across 35 countries.
- Developed Android & iOS mobile applications & web applications with multilingual feature
- Enabled automatic data collection, certificate digitization & generation in no-network zones.
- Generated reports and invoices, managed data & resolved queries
- Leveraged IoT to collect data, fill forms and generate certificates automatically Enabled digital signatures in certificates
- Accelerated sharing of certificates through the mail
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