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Case Study: Cross platform team management solution to boost productivity

Customer Overview:

An online web and mobile application of Visible Progress group (based in Columbus, Ohio), that partners with companies and businesses on smart strategic planning, immersive operations/systems review and inspirational change management.


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Project Overview:


The Visible Progress team wanted to create an web and mobile solution so that they can take their teachings and processes online which will benefit a lot more users and increase business for them without their physical involvement.



Solution was to build a fully responsive web application and also a mobile application for iOS and Android, which allows user to plan, create, execute their tasks and also review, download the performance reports of their team members. The platform also manages subscriptions and teams.



With this web and mobile solution, the users will be able to plan, create and execute tasks on any device and have all the data sync. This will increase their productivity and also help team leaders to manage their team. The Web app with a dynamic snappy UI will give users a great user experience.


Blisstering Case Study team management productivity


Key Features:

  • Web + Mobile Application (iOS and Android)

  • Subscription Management with Refunds/ prorations

  • Team Management

  • Charts Integration

  • Progressive Headless integration using AngularJS


Core Technology Used:

  • Web technology: Drupal 7

  • Mobile Technology: Titanium

  • Stack: LAMP → Linux/Apache/Mysql/PHP

  • QA and PM: Selenium, Appium, Jira Confluence,

  • Integration: Recurly billing platform, Sengrid for email

  • Payment Gateway: Stripe (via Recurly) Subscription payment

  • Search: Custom search using Angular JS

  • Scripting: jQuery, Angular JS

  • Optimization: Redis

  • Design: Balsamiq Mockups, Adobe Illustrator for designs


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on 29 Jul 2016 by
Nikhil Bondre