What was the scope of their involvement?
They designed the frontend and developed the backend for our online and mobile system.
The scope of work is to allow people to go to the website of an institution or company to register, send their information in, and to choose how they want to make their payments, what the frequencies are, and what types of additional services they desire.
They will also be able to complete photo and driver permissions, along with other things a university might want. They will be able to electronically agree and submit these and then have them sent to an administrative office for review. The administrative office will then finalize the agreement and send the agreement back to the applicant to either accept or reject.
At the end of the process, there will be a completed, legible contract for registration. From that point, the system will take the registration, tuition fees, etc., and send them to a banking entity to pull the payments for our client.
We’ve also added a database management system (DMS) for clients and large companies to hold various kinds of reports and information.
What is the team composition?
I work directly with Bo (CEO, Uniwebb Software).
How did you come to work with Uniwebb Software?
I found Uniwebb through an internet search. I interviewed several web developers, but it seemed like they all had their own idea of what they were going to do for us and tried to tell us what we needed. They were talking more than listening. Uniwebb listened and then developed what we needed, which is something that sets Uniwebb apart from similar service providers.
What is the status of this engagement?
We began working together in October 2015, the project is live now in phase I and further development continues.