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With little to no internet connectivity on Oil & Gas job sites, would it be possible to replace a paper-based Safety & Procedures system with a digital solution run on tablets? Peacekeeper decided to use Delphi to build a cross-platform enterprise level app that let workers manage documentation in the field and uploaded upon return, alleviating the need for big paper binders and cumbersome forms. The client saved millions by improving operational efficiencies in the field and revamping paperwork processes.
Bruner Consulting was faced with developing new desktop and mobile apps for its new and existing product lines. With a small team the challenge of porting code to deploy across multiple platforms proved too cumbersome. Bruner decided to rewrite apps using RAD Studio to support Android, iOS, and desktop while also achieving support for Bluetooth LE from a single codebase. RAD Studio allowed the Bruner team to still work with C++ while expanding their embedded device software to work with more platforms.
Build the software to manage a Nuclear Pharmacy where medicines are radioactive isotopes that are decaying in real-time, and any mishandling results in severe legal and safety consequences for patients and clinicians, that was ec2’s task. C++Builder was ec2’s choice because of easy interface design, cross-platform delivery, and the ability to rapidly prototype features for regulatory approval. The results have allowed ec2 to established themselves as the leading supplier of software products to the Nuclear Pharmacy industry.
Building a cross-platform enterprise app is no easy task, but building one that’s a web security solution that protects against malware entering enterprise networks is a real challenge. Spikes Security built AirGap™ - an enterprise-class browser isolation system - with RAD Studio not just to address cross-platform requirements, but also because they can trust the security of RAD Studio’s pre-built components. Spikes beats the competition by leveraging a single, secure, code base for all platforms and getting products to market faster than their competitors.
Extending a flagship desktop product to accommodate the demand from the executive team for cross-platform mobile access to the company’s data was the use case. After deciding neither Objective C nor Win32 packages were ideal, SAN Computers decided on Delphi and completed the project in a week with just one developer. The result was a mobile (functioning natively on iOS & Android) solution that gave executives a host of management reports, sales statistics, and reports on seat inventory.