Modernizing IT for Digital Reinvention
CSA is a global organization celebrating 100 years of developing industry standards, testing and certifying products’ compliance to safety and performance standards. But with age comes legacy systems that make it hard for technology to help business performance.
We set in motion the “Cloud-First Architecture”, laid the foundation for integration to digitize core business, launch new information products, and to migrate from aging tech to cloud apps, one business function at a time.
Blockchain digital currency PAYMENT NETWORK
Traders in South Africa face major security issues keeping cash safe. Robberies and violent crimes are on the rise and only a small portion of traders have formal bank accounts. Traders are looking to for a safe substitute to cash. Lov.Cash is Blockchain digital currency payments solution to send and receive money without the complexity cost of banking fees.
A LEAN ARCHITECTURE FOR A NEW REGULATOR
The Home Construction Regulatory Authority (HCRA) will be Ontario’s new regulator of home builders and vendors, responsible for regulating and licensing the people and companies who build and sell new homes in Ontario. HCRA’s vision is to be a modern regulator supported by modern technology.
A state-of-the-art but lean architecture had to be devised. Cloud-first, low-code solutions were evaluated and selected to form the foundation. The work of standing up HCRA’s technology was sub-divided into workstreams and a roadmap defined that balanced scope, time and cost. Oversaw projects to ensure that they were being managed and constructed as planned
PLATFORM TO DEVELOP DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION SOLUTIONS
Shawcor is a global company offering services to oil & gas companies. Like most in Oil & Gas, Shawcor ran on processes that were decades old. Manual record keeping and disparate systems caused inefficiencies and operational risks.
Shawcor needed a way to quickly and cost effectively automate each business units processes, better integrate front office and back office ERP systems and exchange data with customers. Off the shelf solutions could not meet their unique needs and developing custom software was not viable.
Shawcor needed its own technology platform that could be used to build low-code solutions for each business unit.