Archive for the 'Subversion' Category

SARMA – Secure Australasia Returns Management Application

Thursday, June 5th, 2014

A comprehensive application to manage generation of RMAs (Returned Materials Authority), the receiving of damaged/failed meters into the warehouse, repairs and refurbishment in the workshop and despatching meters back to customers.  The client had a very basic in-house developed application to record the repairs and refurbishment aspect using TCL running on PostgreSQL.  The project covered […]

Transport Directions Database

Monday, April 16th, 2012

Fraser’s Livestock Transport operate in the remote regions of western Queensland where there are no maps.  Each customer might have several pick-up or delivery locations on a property.  They had an Excel spreadsheet with customer name, property/location name, and text directions of how to get there.  Built up over the years it was getting a […]

RepRap

Wednesday, November 16th, 2011

Friends decided to dip their toe into the 3D printing revolution by putting together a RepRap open source (both hardware and software) device.  Being hardware technicians, they became a little lost when the software didn’t behave as expected.  I helped out in my spare time making modifications to both the Arduino firmware on the actual […]

OTIS

Sunday, August 14th, 2011

Overload Transport Industries Scheduler is a system for a transport brokerage company. Phone operators take requests for trucks and drivers required at short notice by large courier companies and arrange for someone from their list of owner/drivers to fill the job. OTIS presents a daily list of all of their known driver’s and their current […]

MESH

Friday, April 14th, 2006

MESH is a job estimating system for an iron foundry. When Digressoft was approached for this job, the client already had many hundreds of job estimations each one in its own Excel spreadsheet.  These were quite complex spreadsheets containing over two hundreds cells to reach a bottom line for the job. They were happy to […]

Presto

Sunday, November 14th, 2004

This application was developed for a company manufacturing and fitting window dressings.  They needed a quotation system which sales staff produce quotations on-site at a customer’s residence. The client had a very specific idea of how he wanted the application to look.  He wanted it driven by a Word template which looked like an order […]

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