Fresh off the IEEE UGIM (University Government Industry Micro/Nano Technology) Symposium Kinetech is proud to recognize our client, the University of Pennsylvania, and the project sponsor Noah Clay on the successful launch of ISIS. This full-service interlocking , reservation, and billing system is currently live at the Singh Center for Nanotechnology . The solution is a collaboration designed by UPenn, Mendix, and Kinetech personnel using the Mendix App Platform and is currently hosted in the Mendix Cloud. Kinetech is now supporting UPenn personnel with maintenance and additional integrations. ISIS handles training requests, user-management, reservations, billing, incident management, interlocking, tools, and equipment management. The entire solutions took approximately two (2) months to build and test with the initial prototype launched in one (1) week and the beta version launched in only four (4) weeks. Kinetech also wants to recognize University of Pennsylvania personnel Jaime Ford, Eric Johnston, Matt Brukman, Conor Schaefer, Bill Krebs, Helen Anderson, and Ira Winston. Contact Kinetech today for more information about our reservation, scheduling, and interlocking system for universities and institutions.