JavaScript is a programming language used for developing web pages and web applications. The advantageous thing about it is the ability to interact with the user and change the content of the page dynamically – this allows the creation of many other features. There are many tools and libraries that make it easy to work with JavaScript and extend its capabilities.

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Application And Support For A Call Centre

Simplification has been achieved by integrating several systems into one dashboard, which provides the operator with a comprehensive overview and thus speeds up the resolution of typical situations. The application also now offers statistics and reports. Both versions of the application (desktop and web) use only one code and their user interface is therefore generated in real time.

Pernod Ricard

Sales Modeling Application

We changed the data storage format, refactored and optimized the application code. In addition, we modified the screen sequences and started to modify the appearance. Last but not least, we changed the platform the application was running on to linux.

PSA Group/Emil Frey

Car Sales and Management Software

We created a web application which PSA Group employees can run on their laptop or use a responsive version on their tablets or telephones after they sign in. The original application lacked the necessary information. Since the customer wants to focus more on the sale of used cars, he needs a well-organized application with the current status, technical data, and availability.

Edwards Lifesciences

Health Assessment Questionnaire Application

Doctors use the mobile application instead of printed forms. A new patient’s health card with a unique ID is created in the application for the new patient, who then fills in the entry form on the tablet. In the form, the user answers a set of questions evaluating his lifestyle and other similar parameters. Once the user submits the form, the application connects to the server using the API, so the responses are available for processing immediately. After processing the answers, the application sends the results by e-mail to the attending physician, patient, or possibly the physician of the external office. At the next visit to the doctor, the patient fills in the form again and the results are automatically compared with the previous ones. The results are stored in the application, so there is no need to physically store and search for previously completed forms.