A web-based ERP system made to replace the existing in-house solution developed in MS Access. Due to a large growth of the company and the limitations of MS Access their current system became a productivity bottleneck. During the design phase multiple additional features and processes were requested and designed - including but not limited to - a route planner, a time tracking module, a file sharing solution for the clients’ partners and a robust access control system able to handle the clients’ constantly changing and growing company structure. The system grew from a simple 6 month CRUD application into an ERP system responsible for every part of the business, which currently took over 5 man-years to create.
"A solution which handles license management and deployment of applications across the university. Built to solve the problem of quickly moving software licenses and applications between hundreds of machines located all around the campus. An ‘agent’ application - installed on every machine controlled by the solution - is responsible for orchestrating software downloads/removals requested by the server. A web interface allows administrators to gather the machines into easily manageable groups, bundle multiple applications into packages, and view the state of every machine and its’ applications in real time thanks to SignalR WebSocket connections. A virtual machine management solution (based on VirtualBox) is currently being implemented - instead of provisioning single applications, this module will be responsible for the delivery of virtualized operating systems to remote endpoints. The images will be delivered through a cross-platform application based on Electron and node.js. For thin-client workflows a bare-metal version is also being developed, contained within a stripped down Ubuntu Linux with a modified OS installer and startup environment which locks down everything except for the Hexis Virtualization Agent.