90Seconds has three key user roles in the platform: Brands – the brands that order a custom video Creators – freelancers who carry out orders for shooting, installation, sound, etc. Producers – Producers are 90 Second employees that liaison between brands and creators. These are production or account managers who make sure that the production process goes in the right direction, so that freelancers have good content, and that the same freelancers meet their deadlines.
Fuse Universal identified an opportunity to launch a personalized professional learning platform. Companies and individuals could curate custom content, develop new skills, and track performance. The final product had to be engaging and mobile compatible.
GasMob LLC contracted Sphere to create an MVP of iOS-compatible apps for its mobile fueling service. This new startup required separate applications for both customers and attendants, as well as an application for supervisors and administrators. The system had to be flexible enough to handle an exponential amount of data.
Many Professional Services firms are running on outdated technology, not to add, the lack of integration between on-premise ERP and PSA solutions that comes along with this outdated technology. Resources spend time on workarounds, too many manual inputs and paper-based processes. With such high company growth, Professional services companies search for an ERP system with automated processes, one that can accommodate their need for increase of projects and transactions, but also, a system that supports their current needs and built for scalability.
To reach the pharmaceuticals market, the company organizes and promotes medical conferences. They utilize data gathered from this conference (attendees, registrations, activity, etc.) for targeted advertising. To collect data at conferences, MKG utilizes an iPad for attendee check-in, and an iOS app to track attendee movement. Data from both devices migrate to MKG’s internal, custom-built web-based event management system, used to manage and organize all data collected from medical conferences. The web-based system, housing information such as scheduling, billing, registration, sponsors, calendars, third-party vendors, PDF documents for registration and contracts, was also customizable for each conference, complete with a custom registration landing page.
As technologies and consumer needs changed, the healthcare technology company needed to apply new features and an improved user experience to its platform. However, since the platform had overgrown its initial implementation — built on a conventional Ruby on Rails app, this proved implausible. To find a solution, the company sought consultancy from Sphere Software.
Given the nature of the transaction (Carve-Out), the seller(parent company) retained all of its business infrastructure including all of the core business applications such as ERP, CRM, PSA, Web, HR, Ecommerce, data warehouse, analytics and intranet. The seller company agreed to provide 6-months of support for the new entity to completely transition and rollout its own set of applications.
A Sphere Software partner was hired by one of the largest commercial roofing companies in the United States. This particular roofing client has thousands of customers across the country, and up until this point, they were relying on old and inefficient methods of quoting, billing, organizing and overall management of client accounts. At the same time, the client’s employees were using archaic methods of one of the most important aspects of the quoting and estimation process—measurement.
CreditNinja utilized a third-party platform to receive leads as part of its marketing strategy. As CreditNinja grew, fine-grained control of lead processing and purchasing became strategically important.