MIS, Product Engineering, Collaboration
The client is a renowned New York based nonprofit organization, promoting economic growth in their city and among its people. The organization’s expertise in developing, managing, investing and advising businesses is dedicated in making their city stronger. It also facilitates investment tools for non-profit, redevelopment programs and other expansion.
The client needed information to be more seamless and available for large information exchanges between their departments
Due to lacking interoperability and different technologies, there was an urgent need to reframe the MIS for capturing data and generating important project reports
Up-to-date information was required from the project tracking system and survey interface so that internal users could easily access and analyze while external stakeholders could more easily submit information
The information already existing in various data systems, if properly architected with an intuitive user interface, could lead to a “super ecosystem”
Diaspark worked closely with client’s MIS team to plan and implement the required changes. Our extensive experience in providing Microsoft solutions, particularly SharePoint and SQL Server 2008 R2, helped us in evaluating different options and technologies.
To address the requirements of the client, Diaspark unified and integrated various systems into one user friendly web interface.