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[19 Aug 2014 | One Comment | ]
For Science! A Xamarin Internet of Things(IoT) Mobile App

Our latest mobile creation just hit the app store! Commissioned by a Thermo Fisher Scientific brand, Life Technologies, this app pushes the boundaries of the Internet of Things (IoT) by bringing real-time data directly from DNA-processing laboratory equipment into the hands of scientists on their mobile devices. The app provides a suite of functionality ranging from training videos, a full e-commerce experience with lab product details, specs, images, and downloadable PDFs, and a specialized calculator for creating properly balanced solutions for use in the featured lab equipment. The pièce de …

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[17 Aug 2013 | No Comment | ]
From Desktop to ASP.NET

A company in Beverly, Massachusetts is contemplating a move from their successful enterprise desktop application to the web. Requiring .NET expertise, they called upon Lexicon Systems to help them chart their course. Dan Hermes taught a one-day workshop on Web Application Development, covering topics such as Desktop vs. Web Apps, Smart and Rich Clients, AJAX, and web services and a two-day workshop on .NET development using ASP.NET and C#, ADO.NET, IIS Configuration, and web security.
He worked closely with lead managers and developers to help the company …

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[8 Jan 2013 | No Comment | ]
On-Line Residential Migrates to .NET

On-Line Residential in New York City provides the city’s most authoritative online residential property listing service.  Founded in the 90’s, the company has moved through several technology platforms, most recently .NET.  

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[1 Mar 2011 | No Comment | ]
Congratulations Troy Hatlevig and Team at HealthcareSource

A HealthcareSource spinoff startup, Healthcaresource.com, enlisted me to help build a new product for them called Sourcing Manager.  It’s now done and successfully brought to market.  Users are clamoring for demos and signing on to for year-long license contracts.  The value this product provides is so significant that users can recoup the costs of the product in a matter of weeks.  Not bad, HealthcareSource.
Congratulations Troy Hatlevig and team!  Special thanks to Susane, Sindhura, Todd, Heather, Les, and Syrinx Consulting.

Featured Clients, Multimedia »

[10 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]

I’m currently serving as an advisory board member to Art Technology New England (ATNE), and have conducted a technology review of this exciting organization’s web presence.
www.atne.org
arttechne.ning.com

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[10 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]

 

What began as a little donation of web development to a local non-profit has evolved into a series of recommendations and a pilot program for a national organization.  I currently serve on the board of the Institute of Management Consultants – New England Chapter. (IMCNE)  As webmaster and marketing chair I am responsible for the public face of the chapter.  Much work has been done by the National organization to provide a unified web framework for all chapters and the New England Chapter led the charge in the uptake of this technology.  …

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[24 May 2010 | No Comment | ]
Burst Media:  Evolution of an IT Shop

Among the inventors of the commercial Internet as we know it, Burst Media has assembled some of the most insightful and productive tools for the management and sale of online advertising. Burst creates formidable advertising assets out of the “long tail” of internet destinations by assembling Publishing Networks, constellations of similarly-themed web sites, which advertisers and ad agencies may tap in their targeted campaigns.
With customers eager for the Web 2.0 experience, Burst Media enlisted Lexicon Systems to facilitate an evolution of their product suites to .NET. Management planned to upgrade …

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[14 Apr 2010 | No Comment | ]
Managing 3000 Employees

TJX enlisted Lexicon Systems to develop reporting modules for their nationwide Time and Attendance Kronos system.  Over 3000 employees will be reported on at thirteen distribution centers.

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[14 Apr 2010 | No Comment | ]

MAXIMUS, a Massachusetts state-funded health-care vendor, hired Lexicon Systems to interface legacy apps with newer systems.  Systems include State Medical Coverage mainframes and patient information databases.  Lexicon’s designs create a more seamless workflow for clerks and customers, as MAXIMUS manages very high call volumes for services and information.

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[14 Apr 2010 | No Comment | ]

Estateworks, an estate software company in Massachusetts, enlisted Lexicon Systems to build an extensible XML interface to connect to business partners. Rick Gansler, CTO of Estateworks says, “Central to our integration with Merrill Lynch, Bank of America,and Thomson, Lexicon Systems makes our complex and ambitious projects work.”