This is our fifteenth year developing solutions for a range of customers. We can't list all of our projects, but here's a sample of them over the years.
A consultancy and contract development project in 2004 led us into developing software for schools. We're still actively developing solutions for education.
There's a lot that happens behind the scenes of a school inspection. The challenge is to maximize efficiency as inspection cycles get shorter and inspection guidelines change. Our first system was developed for Nord Anglia inspection services, but we continue to be active in the development of inspection systems.
devProcess started in 2000 developing systems for software and process engineers, with a particular emphasis on the development lifecycle of software. We continue to develop application lifecycle solutions.
We also provide consultancy and contract solutions. We are still active in the development of a number of white-label systems for our clients.
Just some of the other projects that we've developed on the side.
An A-level student found existing past paper sites frustrating. Manual process were required to track which past papers had been completed and time was lost looking up mark schemes, examiners reports and grade boundaries.
PastPaperPanda is an experiment to attempt to make the process of finding and tracking past paper progress as simple as possible.Visit PastPaperPanda
A neat feature which takes a textual description of a process and creates a BPMN model. We also wrote an online drag/drop editor which allows more sophisticated modelling.
We implemented workflows to help validate and verify the checks that are needed to certify school inspectors.
We've integrated with a number of different financial systems, but this was our first SagePay integration.
It all went smoothly, these sort of APIs usually do.
Concerns raised about schools are tracked using a back-office management system to ensure that they are handled appropriately.
Development of a specialized online store. The nature of this system meant an unusual checkout system was needed.
It's unusual for us to talk about our recent work on engineering products, but rapid Model Driven Architecture seemed interesting.
devmodel takes Markdown business specifications and transforms them into platform specific development assets.
A personal site to answer the question "What's for tea?".
Family members add suggestions for meals and activities, these are then dragged and dropped into the week to create a plan.
Modern development tools are so productive that these sorts of small projects can be developed and deployed to the cloud in an evening.Visit NomPlan