Due to the complexities in running and managing the Postal Industry, the need for superior ICT solutions is necessary. There is a major need for the postal services businesses in
Anahata has built its profile by delivering solutions based on
The ICT solutions developed for the Postal industry focus on efficient and quality service delivery for its clients by focusing on challenges that are specific to each and every business in the industry. Clients benefit from lower operational costs and increased revenue streams within a short period of time. Anahata also provides a three month warranty with customer support throughout the year. Staffs are also trained on how to use the customized ICT solutions accurately.
For more information, visit the official company website at http://www.anahata-it.com.au.
Anahata's preferred delivery approach is an iterative, agile, customer centric software development process where business analysts and developers work with the customers to gather requirements and an understanding of the current business processes, and to design and deliver a software solution that not only meets the business's needs, but also is desgiend to improve business productivity.
During development, a continuous integration process allows customers to test the application regularly as it is being built. Upon implementation, customer's staff are trained on the usage of the new system.
A key target for software developed by Anahata is quality. Quality is achieved by leveraging agile processes and tools, where customers can engage in the development process to define the scope of development iterations, tasks and prioritize goals.
Web based and manual code review processes along with comprehensive unit tests and integration testing ensure that delivered projects meet quality expectations of the customer.
Anahata offers its customers a 3 month warranty and support period where users can have unlimited phone or email consultation. Customers can access an online task and issue management system to log requests for enhancements (RFEs) or report any defects encountered during the testing or production stages. Anahata seeks to be the most customer centric of all
Anahata's preferred technological choice is to deliver cross-platform solutions based on open standards and open source technology that ensure stability, compatibility, and security over a long application lifespan. This enables a reduction in upfront and ongoing licensing fees.
Anahata is an Oracle Certified Partner and delivers custom software solutions based on Oracle Technology, such as Java, Java Enterprise Edition, MySQL or Oracle Database. The
Anahata partners with a number of local companies to deliver integrated turn key solutions including hosting, infrastructure, barcode printing, mobility and
As a cross-platform software vendor, Anahata can deliver solutions for the Mac platform and integrate with existing Mac Applications. The
Anahata is also experienced in embedded device development using cross platform technologies to deliver embedded applications that run on low resources devices such as Intel Atom or ARM processors. These embedded devices can connect to external sensors via CAN, USB, ethernet or similar. An example of embedded development is a mining vehicle activity monitoring application for a local mining company.
Once a project has been delivered, Anahata works with its customers to promote the developed solution or the customer's business in general on the digital media providing services such as search engine optimization, content writing or email marketing.
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Since 2013, Anahata is the official software developer of Building Inspections Perth company Thermal Building Inspections.
In close collaboration with Thermal Building Inspections staff members, Anahata and Thermal Building Inspections have developed a tailored made Business Management System also known as TBI BMS which allows TBI staff members to quote, book, and produce foto featured reports and
The system is a cloud based solution developed on Java EE 7 with a desktop (JavaFX 8) frontend deployed via Java Web Start allowing staff members to login either from within TBI office as well as remotely. Via Java Web Start, version upgrades are rolled out in a way transparent to the user.
The system, developed with technologies such as GlassFish v4, Eclipselink, Context And Depency Injection, Enterprise Java Beans and a number of in-house Anahata libraries ships with a cloud based document management system which allows users to upload photos asynchronously, view inspection photo thumbnails or access generated
TBI BMS uses Docmosis, a document generation library for java which allows users to edit email and document templates using LibreOffice and can produce documents in a number of formats such as Word,
The BMS comes with an error detection toolkit which monitors application logs for application errors and reports errors on the server or the client to Anahata's engineers.
Thermal Building Inspections is a
Thermal Building Inspections can also conduct Pest Inspections utilizing the latest Thermal Imaging Technology. All Inspections are conducted in accordance with Australian Standards AS4349.3/AS3660 General Timber Pest Inspection. Pest damage is not always obvious and may require a specific diagnosis as to whether there is any Pest activity. A non-invasive Thermal Pest Inspection gives you peace of mind that you're not going to be sharing your home with any unwanted housemates before purchasing your next property. Potential residential and commercial customers can view more details about the service on TBI's web site or by searching termite inspections perth or pest inspections perth
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