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Unifying & Digitizing Data


A large staffing company had tons of scattered sources of data, which they were combining manually to create financial reporting. It was an error prone and tedious process. After several previous projects with this client, we were chosen to help with this as well.

Use Cases

Unifying scattered data sources and digitizing manual processes

Tech Stack

  • ASP.Net Core
  • Javascript
  • Entity Framework Core
  • SQL Server Database

Build Type

Hybrid & Greenfield


  • Project management
  • Front-end development
  • Back-end development
  • UI/UX
  • Dev Ops

What We Did

Getting All The Facts

Getting all the facts

We discovered and assessed relevant stakeholders, data sources, existing documentation, and technology to understand where to begin providing the most value.

  • Inventoried processes and calculations
  • Value of project in time saved by automating
Designing The Right Solution

Designing the right solution

We decided the best course of action was to automate certain processes and provision other manual needs.

  • Automated data pulling, delivery, and calculations
Automating Product Delivery

Automating product delivery

To make delivery easier, we established multiple dev environments and used DevOps techniques to automate building, testing, and deployment.

  • Removal of manual builds and deployments
  • Allowance of greater focus on scope
  • Repeatable delivery success with faster rollbacks
  • Created product portfolio
Promoting A Product Mentality

Promoting a product mentality

To help prevent future issues, we established a modern product mentality with a focus on holistic software lifecycles.

  • Higher skilled, future-ready team

Key Outputs & Results

We’re in the process of building the product portfolio for a thorough knowledge transfer and polishing the product for release in late 2019.

Saving countless manual hours

Effortless system of automation

Less errors

Preventing errors from manual processes

Happier employees

Exposing a once isolated problem

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