Web Application Development
“Is Your Business or Organization Having Growing Pains?”
Are you thinking about what you could automate so you could save time in your organization and make things more efficient? Are you trying to figure out a way to provide information quicker to more clients or reach out and serve your market more effectively?
Well the people who have been creatively thinking that way are glad they did!
Web applications and databases, whether large or small pay for themselves many times over as they create efficiencies in areas of an organization that sorely need it.
Here are a few examples of web applications we’ve done with our clients:
A Fruit warehouse uses a sales and projection matrix (based on a sample of the years ouput) which saves many hours of planning time.
“In the apple business we do our best to estimate by size and grade what we think we’ll pack out of a bin of fruit when it is being picked and received. Incommand’s web application has allowed us to take all of this data and quickly and easily manipulate it to better understand our product and make the best business decisions that we can. What used to take us several hours of work in calculating production estimates now takes less than 10 minutes to complete.”
Garrett Joeckel, Operations Manager
A web application program for Department of Education Gearup and 21st Century grants gathers data for students progress, services offered across Grants, School Districts, Schools & classrooms and rolls up reports for staff, administrators and the Dept of Education.
A non-profit (with funding from Paul Allen) offers a budgeting and self-sufficiency tool that is widely used by individuals and case managers working with individuals throughout the state to quickly reach self sufficiency during hard times.
“The staff we worked with at InCommand were talented, responsive, and great to work with. We felt like they really listened to us and “got” what we wanted. In the end, the final product was even better than what we’d hoped for because of the useful questions and suggestions from InCommand staff along the way. We would recommend them highly to anyone looking for a quality product and a productive and enjoyable working relationship. We hope to have the opportunity to work with them again in the future!”
Seanna Melchior Ruvkun,
Workforce Development Council of Seattle-King County
A state agency develops a web application member system to track core services in all the unemployment offices throughout the state.
“Incommand’s knowledgeable and responsive team of developers has consistently provided creative solutions for the ongoing development of a flexible, user-friendly customer tracking system for our partnership of state and local workforce agencies, at a very reasonable cost.”
Director of Operations
Washington Workforce Association
An environmental company automates their entire business of certifying products and companies for using chemicals and materials that are both safe for the environment and humans.