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An On-Premise Faculty/Staff Management Application

Neev helped the client create an on-premise application for managing faculty/Staff that would connect the instructors with online course delivery systems. The application intelligently manages the schedule of faculties for online courses and also helps manage student credits. This application has increased the productivity and efficiency when compared to the manual rostering and allocations.

The Client

Secovis is a start-up that offers services in three broad verticals – education, management consulting, and system advisory. It has specialized products and services catering to the healthcare industry and the manufacturing /service industries.

Secovis works with educational institutions of varied sizes with the aim of improving the quality of education. It assists these institutions with management practices and operational strategies derived from other industry verticals that enable educational institutions to function in a cost-effective manner with effective processes and improved outcomes.

Business Need

Secovis aspired for a faculty management application since it was working with multiple instructors and online course delivery systems. The application was required to be an on-premise solution. The need of the application was to manage the schedule of faculties who teach at various places and work at various universities and schedule their time for delivery of online courses and also manage the student credits.

Neev Solution

Neev understood the existing application architecture and came up with the best technology to fit into the environment. Neev carefully chose the environment based on the support each environment offers and taking the client’s existing environment into consideration. Being a proponent of open source, Neev chose to go with the Google Web Toolkit (GWT).

Neev worked on the full software development life cycle right from design to development to testing to deployment. Neev factored in non-functional requirements like performance-right from the design stage. Based on the client requirements, Neev built a custom algorithm for the application whose main aim was to schedule faculty time. Design patterns were used based on the requirements in the project. Neev identified multiple plugins in the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) and integrated them into the solution to reduce efforts.

Technology footprint

  • Google Web Toolkit (GWT)
  • Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB)
  • Java
  • SQL server 2005

Top features

  • Scheduling of faculty time
  • On-premise deployment of application
  • Manage student credits

Top Challenges

  • Analyzing different environments /technologies and coming up with a best-fit solution.
  • GWT used REST services to procure data from the backend. However, since the backend used EJB, the integration with the frontend was not seamless. This was overcome by exposing REST through third-party XML-based API.

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