We partner with our customers to bring their ideas to life in record time – our work speaks for itself. Here’s a few examples of customer outcomes.
The application needed to serve 30,000 users across the globe. The brief to PhoenixDX was to improve upon an existing Android legacy application modelled to connect the members within the community, modernising the experience and rebuilding it on the OutSystems platform.
Customer engagement and time to market were key, as the app is the foundation for a number of additional services for its members.
Certis and its biggest client were operating at capacity simply to process the paper reports its guards were creating. Certis Security partnered with PhoenixDX, Australia’s OutSystems specialists and in just eight weeks, the first version of the BRI Operational Support System, or BOSS, went live.
Using emails and spreadsheets to manage the complex and time-pressured logistics was no longer working for RRT. In Australia, the rapid onset of the pandemic meant they needed automated system to manage the food deliveries – and they needed it up and running as quickly as possible.
Managing retirement communities’ finances is complex – and even more so when your services extends across nearly 100 sites and the whole of Australia. The villages were trying to run complex and varied billing and payments systems across states with different legislation and where management control was complicated by complex and laborious reporting systems.
The GPT Group is one of Australia’s largest diversified property groups and a top 50 ASX listed company. They own and manage over $25 billion in retail, office and logistics property assets across Australia. GPT’s existing procurement application (iBuy) was soon to be unsupported, clunky and had numerous usability and performance issues.
When the COVID-19 lockdowns were initiated in Australia, the Federal Government mandated rent relief for commercial and retail properties. GPT Operations needed to renegotiate over 3,000 contracts in under 30 days. They faced a business-critical operations problem that needed an automated solution – and fast.