Organizations frequently find themselves faced with the necessity to extend and modernize legacy systems. Projects like these are typically motivated by the inflexibility of the legacy system to adapt to changing functional and technical needs of the organization, which eventually will render the legacy system obsolete. Matrix Group International, LLC is an award winning digital agency that is no stranger to championing modernization for its clients confronting this critical undertaking.
Based in Austin, Texas, Offerd is a Multifamily Acquisitions Firm that combines proprietary analytics and software tools to more than 10,000 categories to shape and execute targeted sourcing campaigns specific to a client's precise acquisition strategies.
As the COVID19 pandemic forced municipalities into economic lockdown with forced shelter in place orders, Edward Gonzales, the Director of San Antonio’s Neighborhood & Housing Services Department (NHSD) had a problem. As businesses began a tough round of furloughs and layoffs he knew his department had to act fast. Between the 3rd and 4th week of March NHSD saw applications for rental, mortgage, utility, and relocation assistance skyrocket from roughly 57 / week to over 2000.
Few industries can rival the complexity, coordination, and documentation requirements of the commercial construction industry. For a Texas based general contractor (GC), growth and scale brought new challenges in standardization and documentation.
To ensure the safety of their workforce and help contain the virus, Guido needed a scalable way to credential personnel arriving on their job sites, ensure they had proper personal protective equipment (PPE), and were not running a fever – generally accepted best in class health practices.
The Enterprise Application Group (EAG) at NC State University leveraged Kinetech's Expert Certified Mendix Engineers to augment their staff with value added services using lowcode. The solution incorporates reflexive design, microservices, and architecture review on an aggressive timeline.
The University’s Nanofabrication Lab turned to Kinetech to improve a series of archaic, manual processes that slowed productivity, delayed invoicing and limited their ability to analyze equipment usage and performance.
The San Antonio Department of Human Services processes 10,000 paper applications annually for residents seeking utility assistance. The paper-based process inadequately served citizens living within 125% of the federal poverty line. Since Go-Live, COSA is able to process 90% more apps with the same personnel.
This client coordinates benefits for 7,000+ business covering 15 Million people. They sought an automated way to manage compliance (e.g. plans, pricing), generate client facing documents, and provide historical access to prior services sold to their clients.