At Agile Oasis Technologies we are all about custom software solutions. We are serious about client feedback - including several stages of development and testing in order to make sure that the your project is heading in the direction you need it to go.
GoBGOhio is an event calendar used by residents and businesses in the Bowling Green, Ohio area. Users can view and submit community events, and browse local businesses on an interactive map. There is an administrator portal to customize the website and moderate user submitted content.
Agile Oasis Technologies created this website and accompanying Android and iOS apps for the client Bowling Green Convention and Visitors' Bureau.
"Fix My Guitar with Physics" is an interactive learning module about sound waves, developed for Bowling Green State University Associate Professor Liangfeng Sun for an assisted learning study.
We've built a number of forensics learning modules for The Center for the Future of Forensic Science at BGSU. These modules allow the next generation of forensic scientists to learn classroom and crime scene investigation material in a unique interactive format.
UndaNova consists of a database of concentrations of several chemical compounds in water, with maps to visualize the data, and Android and iOS apps used to enter geo-tagged data into the database.
Agile Oasis Technologies’ work on Grocery Heroes began in April 2011, for clients Phil Baskey and Andrew Urban of Toledo, Ohio. The goal of the project was to create an online grocery marketplace there by allowing grocery stores to make their products available to local customers through the convenience of the internet. The system has been designed and developed to work on a large variety of web browsers, (Chrome, Firefox, IE8+, and Safari) and built using the LAMP Architecture, with the application being written in PHP using Zend Framework.
The website consists for 3 main interaction facets. The customer interface allows customers to easily search for, choose, and shop at any of the participating grocery stores with a few simple clicks. The vendor interface provides the grocers a way of managing pending orders, reviewing past invoices and reports, managing their many customizable settings, and paying Grocery Heroes. Finally, the admin interface provides an easily accessible area for Grocery Heroes administrators to view and edit the interactions between themselves and the vendors.
The project is currently live and in use. The maintenance phase of the project is ongoing as well is planning for future features including iOS and Android applications for both the customer and vendor interfaces.
The Heritage Corner Location Finder is an iOS mobile application that is designed to help guide visitors to their loved ones residing at the Heritage Corner Health Care Campus. Agile Oasis Technologies worked with Bowling Green’s SeaLionStudio to develop an iPad kiosk solution, conveniently located at the campus’ three entrances. Users simply tap a destination, or type in the name of a resident, and directions guiding them to their destination will overlay on a map.
^IfMine began on March 7, 2011. ^IfMine provides a virtual location where people can discuss and collaborate on projects and ideas. The application is built using a LEMP (Linux, Nginx, MySQL, PHP-FPM) solution with Zend Framework.
To help users collaborate and track their ideas, ^IfMine offers a comprehensive suite of features including Multi-User Collaboration, ^Notes, Project Evolution and more. This project is in a continuous stage of development in order to keep up with the needs of our users.
This project began on August 24, 2009 at Root Learning, a business strategic consulting company based in Toledo, Ohio. Initially, the project goal was to create 52 English and 52 French retail banking business training modules for a large bank in Canada. It has now expanded and has been taken on by Agile Oasis Technologies in partnership with Root Learning, currently containing more than 100 French and 100 English modules. The system is built using the LAMP (Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP) solution with Zend Framework, and optimized for low bandwidth network environment. All modules are Section 508 compliant.
The modules are a series of web-based instructional course that will be available online which will teach new bank employees the various functions of the bank, what they offer, etc. This system will allow the banks to educate new hires at separate branches and different locations. There are a total of 111 modules in retail banking, small business banking, and direct channels business. This project is to be completed by the end of 2010. Maintenance phase of the projects has already begun.