These are just some of the projects that WJWatts Consulting has delivered to its clients. These are great examples of the power and success that can come from custom software.
A local museum needed software to track the thousands of pieces in its collection, including historical information, catalog data, donor records, location changes, and status updates. Previously, this information had been tracked on 3x5 note cards, but museum staff members eventually recognized that this was incredibly inefficient and limiting.
WJWatts Consulting created a custom software program to track this information. A system was built that matched the exact data points and usage requirements of the museum. The software is extremely easy-to-use for archivists, researchers, and administrators, without unneeded functionality or complexity. With this new software, the museum has been able to manage and expand its inventory in ways that were previously impossible, allowing for significant improvements in record keeping, administration, visitor experience, and member relations.
A major downtown event organizer needed a new set of websites to promote its summer festivals. These festivals are major tourist attractions and extremely popular throughout the region. Additionally, the organizer needed software to track the vendors and entertainers that would be involved in each festival.
WJWatts Consulting created brand new websites for each of the festivals, utilizing Responsive Design so that each website would look great on any device, from small phones to large desktop displays. Hundreds of thousands of festival attendees utilize these websites to learn more about each event.
WJWatts Consulting also created a software program to track and manage the extensive information needed for each festival vendor, including financial data, so that the festival organizers could have a clear record of event information. Festival preparation and management was significantly improved as a result of this tracking software.
A high-end appliance distributor needed a method to track customers and re-sellers. After looking at several off-the-shelf software solutions, the business realized that no existing solution would fulfill its tracking needs.
WJWatts Consulting created a custom software program to store this information, allowing the business to define the exact fields and methods of tracking that it needed.
A building construction company needed a project management system to facilitate and track construction projects. The company was growing quickly, and needed a system that would allow for this growth, rather than hinder its employees. Existing systems were expensive with high annual fees and didn't offer the specific range of functionality needed for these operations.
WJWatts Consulting created a custom software program to manage the construction projects, including status updates and project communication. The company has more than quadrupled in size following the introduction of this new system and thrives on the ability to dictate the functionality and usage of its software.
A major not-for-profit organization used an off-the-shelf software system to track its members, contact information, and event registrations. This off-the-shelf software offered no website interface and limited overall functionality.
WJWatts Consulting created a custom software program to give organization members the ability to update contact information, pay annual membership dues, register for events, and many other major pieces of functionality.
An industry trade group used an off-the-shelf software system to track its members, including contact information, certification records, and customer reviews. The organization needed a method to make this extensive dataset available to the public, and to allow members to maintain and update their own information.
WJWatts Consulting created a custom software program to allow extensive query capabilities for public users and maintenance capabilities for members.
A financial investment firm used a custom-built software system to manage its clients and portfolios. The firm needed a public website to allow clients to login, view their extensive portfolio information, and evaluate their investment strategies.
WJWatts Consulting created a custom software program to provide investors with the ability to manage their accounts and fully review their portfolios.
A major restaurant corporation had huge amounts of signed documentation for each employee, including tax forms, verification forms, and employment documents. This extensive documentation filled endless file cabinets and rooms. Upper-level management constantly worried that forms were not being filled out accurately or in a timely manner.
WJWatts Consulting created a custom software program to allow all this documentation to be stored and signed electronically, allowing the business to ensure that all employees and managers were filling out and completing all necessary employment documentation. Upper-level management can now monitor all documents from this custom website and ensure that the business meets all regulatory mandates.
A large radiology services company needed to replace its antiquated paper-based patient referral system with a modern software program. The medical industry still relies heavily on paper-based processes, much to the detriment of all parties involved.
WJWatts Consulting created a custom software program to allow primary-care physicians to submit patients for referral to the radiologist group. This electronic process allowed for standardization of documents and workflow processes, ensuring that patients were received and evaluated in an efficient and positive manner.
A privately-owned jewelry store had been operating for several decades, closely tracking customer and sales information. This information was easily accessible, but there was no reporting system that allowed management to see actual progress or overall information.
WJWatts Consulting created an extensive system to give this reporting functionality to management, thus allowing high-level executives to analyze large amounts of data and learn important facts that they had previously been unaware of.