This white paper further breaks down and analyzes how to best implement the "5 must-do’s to get your testing in order" into your organization.
Increasing coverage and volume of software tested for a fleet management solutions provider.
Get answers to many questions regarding Swift’s position relative to Objective-C, as well as the future of Objective-C.
The client has been able to successfully leverage a previously untapped channel to help grow business and generate new streams of revenue.
Designing and developing a SharePoint 2013 solution for a growing power company.
Utilizing Defense in Depth, Magenic can recommend a layered strategy to manage risk and security.
Organizations fail to capitalize on nearly 85 percent of SharePoint's capabilities that could provide the core of your business productivity infrastructure.
Microsoft's Windows 8 supports two broad categories giving you options for strategically planning for your business' development future.
The goal of this document is to provide an in-depth examination of how patterns can be applied to build solid Visual Studio Tools for Office (VSTO) code.
Windows Runtime is an important strategic software development platform for anyone planning to build and maintain smart client Windows applications into the future.
An e-commerce website suffered from bad user experience and excessive overhead. Magenic’s solution enhanced search, increased response time and delivered a better user experience.
A legacy AS/400 system led to failed orders for an air-movement leader. System updates performed by Magenic freed up resources and reduced order errors.
Dozens of disparate systems needed to be integrated for a biomedical resource provider. Magenic’s solution saved them over $300,000 in 12 weeks.
Magenic CTO Rockford Lhotka's creation, CSLA 4, has become one of the most popular open source frameworks for the .NET platform.
Bridging the gap between SAML-based authentication used by ADFS and the proprietary Windows Authentication used by enterprise data sources.
A well-conceived approach can lead to improved efficiency, higher productivity, and reduced costs.
SOE enables the seamless transfer of information across boundaries that are otherwise technically or financially impractical to bridge.
By using a hybrid strategy of in-house and outsourcing, a firm can earn maximum value for their investment.
A quality plan can help reduce the cost of poor quality that otherwise leads to budget cuts in vital areas of business.
Business solutions built on the Microsoft business intelligence platform will change the role of enterprise data warehouses and data cubes.
Continuous integration is a valuable process addition to any quality assurance (QA) team by reducing risk and saving on budget.
Delve deeper into the new or updated features of of SharePoint 2013 to determine the impacts to existing customers.
By applying architected scrum and envisioning properly, a business will see improvements to revenue, speed to market, quality, cost control and customer satisfaction.
Companies that have begun to exercise the potential of big data have already achieved a tremendous BI advantage over competitors that have yet to engage with its emerging capabilities.
But before jumping into development, many considerations must be taken into account to be sure an enterprise is ready to deploy an app.
With a clear movement in mobile development toward HTML5 and web-based applications, keeping up with customer expectations is paramount.
Understanding similarities between mobile network security and network security issues can give companies the comfort level they require to move forward with a mobile strategy.
The Microsoft .NET Framework has an established track record as a reliable, versatile software development framework.
The flexibility of Microsoft’s BI stack requires organizations to find the right approach for implementation.
A high level understanding of what tools Microsoft has to support the concepts of data warehousing, business intelligence, and reporting.
A variety of systems created a lack of consistency for a major healthcare provider. Magenic developed a SharePoint cloud-based platform allowing users to keep in sync.
A helpful guide for companies moving away from WinForms now that support is no longer being offered.
With no internal IT team, a company came to Magenic with a critical project. Magenic managed team ramp-ups, training and knowledge transfer several times during the project.
A reduced IT team and change in major technologies caused a project backlog. Magenic’s flexible team easily adapted to the company’s fast-paced environment.
Damaging customer reviews of an iOS app plagued a leading investment firm. See how Magenic increased usability and improved customer satisfaction.
A major financial firm was about to lose millions, so Magenic leveraged CSLA.NET to save their business.
Complex testing systems led to high employee turnover. As leaders in QA, Magenic improved both the quality and velocity of the testing process.
To save overhead costs from a third-party reporting system, Magenic used local and global resources to help an enterprise healthcare solutions provider.
Over 1,200 sales reps needed up-to-date materials. Magenic's tablet solution not only reduced printing costs, but increased sales margins for this Home Improvement company.
When web-based field tools couldn't be used in remote locations, Magenic created a native Android app. Now, field audits for this construction services provider are completed 4 times faster.
Android and iOS apps developed by Magenic received rave user reviews, and kept the mutual insurance company from falling behind the competition.
Struggling to coordinate QA, development and business teams, a financial transaction company relied on Magenic, who educated leaders and changed the culture and communication structure.
Field technicians were bogged down by manual issue tracking. Magenic created an iPhone app, and reduced issue entry time from hours to minutes.
Message processing wasn’t keeping up with demand for an industry-leading medical device designer, until Magenic stepped in. Now, that system can process millions of requests.
A logistics company reduced costs by over 20% when Magenic helped tie GPS tracking to an internal system, and improved efficiency.
A large financial firm outgrew a multi-million dollar platform. Magenic’s BI solution reduced support team costs 65% by connecting business and IT goals.
Where a previous partner failed to deliver on government systems requirements, Magenic delivered the model for all future projects.
When a free QA testing tool wasn’t keeping up, an enterprise software provider called Magenic. Before, they ran 600 tests in 3 years. Now, they run 1200 tests in only 3 months.
Slow load times on a tablet app lead to poor adoption. Magenic reduced load time by 60 % for this biomedical device manufacturer.
See how we delivered an Android app for a national investment firm, but by using one-third the resources of the iPhone app developer.
Manual data management put a county government at risk. Magenic’s solution was so successful, they plan to sell it to other counties.
Legacy technology could not support growing business needs for a major online retailer. Magenic improved both the back-end catalog system and the user experience.
When an Android app was needed to keep a payment solution provider ahead of the competition, Magenic met their aggressive timeline, budget and feature goals.
Magenic reduced the risk for error in calculating sales commissions for a manufacturer; the client loved gaining knowledge about requirements gathering and technology optimization.
Outdated, manual systems created excessive overhead and hindered growth. Magenic’s end-to-end team provided design, QA, development and maintenance.
A firm needed a technology partner to help make a critical BI update decision. Magenic found the best option, which included building a Microsoft BI solution on top of the existing Oracle database.
When an e-commerce leader realized the cost of poor quality, they came to Magenic. Our QA team raised the quality bar and lowered the bug re-open rate from more than 40% to less than 10%.
A CRM system release failed because the firm had no control over quality or results. Magenic’s expertise delivered a system not thought possible before.
It is easy to view the low initial investment in a commercial product over a custom project, hidden costs can add up quickly.
Digital asset management attempts at a film and entertainment company had failed. Magenic delivered a solution in half the time originally planned.
Magenic demonstrates the benefit of completing an enterprise level cloud migration project.
This overview can help make sure your company doesn’t miss any critical steps in an architectural review of large business systems.
Analyzing the common mobile technologies to determine which best fits (or doesn’t fit) your organization.
An aggressive timeline put extreme pressure on IT resources. Applying velocity, Magenic delivered 4 months ahead of schedule.