Once an organization has clean, well-structured information, creating applications for very specific business needs is surprisingly easy. Here are some examples of applications created using readily-available data and a common interface.
A Universal Task List that supports the tracking, collaboration, and organization of any task; whether this be a simple work order or a large-scale project.
Keep track of all your things ranging from: physical, conceptual, metadata, system. When you track and call the things by the same title consistently clearer communication and reporting capabilities become possible.
Associate people with things, define a company hierarchy, and easily understand people‚Äôs position within the company.
Automatically push your inventory information to web sites, listing aggregators, and marketing automation platforms. Syndicator handles data translation, so the recipient people and systems get information in a familiar format.
- 48STEMMONS CENTRAL Stemmons Central combines enterprise data, a configurable business process engine, and a common user interface into one powerful, flexible platform. Central also provides a window into third party and legacy applications, so users can access the information they need all in one place. Central employs a highly-abstracted, three-level…