QBurst is a global software solutions and consulting company with a strong focus on new-generation technology platforms. Our offices are spread across the globe.
QBurst has 1100+ employees comprising developers, designers, UX engineers, quality assurance specialists, business analysts, and project management professionals.
Our service portfolio includes mobile and web development, CRM, big data and analytics, user experience, design, testing, and cloud-based solutions. We have executed more than 650 projects successfully, earning a reputation of being a cost-effective yet high quality service provider.
National Geographic, Bombardier Transportation, PrivateFly, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd., Webs.com, Network Solutions, Rosetta Stone, NYU, AddThis, Dell, Airtel
Deloitte Technology Fast 50 India 2013 & 2012 Program, Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific
Mobile development * iPhone & iPad * Windows Mobile * Android * BlackBerry * Symbian * J2ME Web development * PHP * Java * .Net * RoR * Drupal * Wordpress * Joomla * Amazon Web Services * Google Apps Rich Internet Applications * Flex * Silverlight Microsoft Technologies *Sharepoint Cloud Computing - Amazon Web Services - Google Apps Independent Validation and Testing Services Competitive Intelligence * Salesforce consulting and implementation
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We developed Tezzle, a tool that helps floor managers better manage the inspection of machinery and equipment. It is ideal for processes where routine testing of equipment, record keeping, regulatory reporting, and compliance are critical for business success. It runs as a web application with an Android extension.
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The National Geographic Society and Lindblad Expeditions jointly support an innovative program to restore marine ecology. In order to raise awareness about the importance of preserving the ocean and its habitat, they wanted an app that guests could use on cruises organized by them.
QBurst developed an iPad app called “National Geographic Ocean”. The app displays stunning high-definition videos and images of the ocean and marine life. Our services included information architecture, UI design, iOS development, and Quality Assurance.
Find Your Amazing is an online community for people who enjoy traveling. The site, hosted by Tourism Authority of Thailand contains a collection of stories, photos and videos posted by visitors to Thailand from from across the world.
Thousands of users share their experiences on this Pinterest-styled website that allows people to share their stories through social media channels.
QBurst was involved in the site’s API development and database design.
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Denovonow offers a digital engagement platform that helps customers make informed choices to lead a healthy life. They required a mobile alternative for the web tool kit used by customers.
QBurst developed a mobile solution that can be used interchangeably with the web tool kit using the same credentials.
QBurst developed an app for Singapore Post that can be used to send personalized picture-perfect postcards from a mobile phone anywhere in the world.
Users can take a picture or a selfie, choose a template, personalize and design the card, and send across a physical postcard to any place in the world. The cards are delivered by Singapore Post.
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Venalogic needed a tool to manage and analyze the performance of popular athletes on and off field. The tool would help understand the sentiments of fans as well as the athlete’s standing on social media.
QBurst provided Venalogic a multipart web-based solution that delivers deep insights into the social standing of professional athletes. Raw data is collected from social media channels, fed into a distributed storage system and sorted chronologically.
The processor analyzes the data collected, identifies entities mentioned, counts the number of mentions, and calculates the sentiments on the athlete. The web application fetches the processed data and displays it graphically.The application also highlights the key influencers. Content can be accessed using five kinds of accounts. A management console helps the administrator add new athletes to the ‘watch list’.
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Teacher’s Pet is a fun game similar to Paper Toss. In the gameplay, the player takes on the role of a backbencher, and flings objects at the teacher’s pet seated in front of the classroom.
The game includes 16 difficulty levels, a store to obtain free items and purchase new interesting throwables, and the ability to connect to Game Center. The game is built for iPhone and iPod Touch.
The application helps educational institutions manage all aspects of student recruitment and admission, and helps aspiring students track the status of their applications.
It helps partner institutes make data-driven decisions by leveraging the power of cloud computing, mobile technology, and social media to achieve recruitment goals; increase student outcomes and graduation rates; and decrease dropouts and transfer rates.
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Rosetta Stone required a customer portal that could serve as a self-explanatory, easily accessible, and informative support website.
QBurst carried out significant customizations to the customer portal using Force.com which resulted in enhanced user experience. Improvements in functionality helped Rosetta Stone track customer interests and put in place an efficient system that helped reduce support and operational costs.
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Developed by QBurst, Kever is a project-tracking app that helps project managers and team members track issues on the go. The app integrates key functionalities of popular tools such as Redmine and JIRA to help expedite bug fixes and issue-tracking.
Kever was conceptualized taking into consideration the real problems faced by project managers, who are required to spend long hours at the workplace following up on issues and bugs. With Kever, project managers can keep a tab on issues even while they are away from their desks.
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QBurst developed mobile applications for insurance customers and agents.
Customers use this application to get quotes on insurance schemes and submit First Notice of Loss (FNOL). Agents, on the other hand, use the application to manage the insurance details of their clients.
The application works offline and communicates with an external database using web services.
The Trench Coat Bespoke application for iPad was developed for a popular brand of trench coats in the UK. The application allows dynamic customization of trench coats. Users can design their own trench coats by choosing from a variety of options in size, fabric, color, sleeve, and lining. QBurst created a customized grid view for the application.