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Featured Work - Mobile App/Self Service Portal

Intrepid

Description: A medical company required a mobile app to provide on-the-job support material in a hospital setting. Additionally, off-site Administration to add/edit users and upload documents (PDFs).

Solution: BrightBean created cost effective mobile app for the iPhone and Android devices. These apps are designed to maintain user credentials and downloading/presenting the necessary material for the on-site staff. Additionally, a multi-role portal was written in .NET for Administration.

Result: The on-site teams are now receiving up-to-date training material provided by the off-site Admin on their mobile devices.

Technologies Used: Microsoft Visual Studio, Xamarin, SQL Server, ASP.Net/MVC, Web API, Entity Framework, Linq, Bootstrap

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