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Django is about amazing online user experiences that engage and connect with end users.  That is the reason our Mighty+ platform is created in django.  The django platform has been used widely by some of the world's leading newspapers, museums and broadcasters.  Why?  Because it permits the rapid creation of media rich user environments that today's users are looking for. Django quickly and cost effectively integrates those environments with the back-office technology used by business. 

From time to time we may create a django website, however our strength is creating business applications that help organizations communicate, collaborate and innovate.   That involves turning the website into a portal that helps customers access and purchase products, and see order information in real-time.  It involves interactive systems that permit people to schedule services, and engage interactively.  When you're ready to go beyond a simple website to a true interactive environment, we are able to create intuitive, engaging user experiences based on django and our Mighty+ platform.  Some of the solutions we have created on the django platform for our customers include:

  • Online Grocery Ordering and Delivery Management System for a Leading Western Canada Retailer.
  • Under a joint project by the Government of Canada and BC Ministry of Agriculture a platform that permits producers (farmers), and food processors to analyse their environmental risk
  • Staff calendaring and customer special order processing system for a national marine products wholesaler
  • Web site and web-portals with integrated Content Management System (CMS).
  • Travel and tourism focused website.

We are able to provide on-premise or cloud hosted solutions based on Mighty+ running on several operating systems and database platforms.   Most of our past deployments have used Red Hat Enterprise Linux or CentOS; and PostgrSQL, mySQL or MS-SQL Server.  We frequently must interface to other legacy systems, this is routinely done using flex-text files, shared database tables, REST, SOAP or other web services.