KeyedIn Solutions, a company that provides cloud-based technology solutions and consulting, recently announced the launch of KeyedIn Flex, a Rapid Application Development Platform. The launch follows the company’s successful acquisition of Iceberg technology and its Irish-based development team.
The KeyedIn Flex Platform is a robust software development platform that utilizes Rapid Application Development (“RAD”) methodologies to quickly define user requirements, expedite design of new software releases, improve software quality and ultimately accelerate development of new business applications. KeyedIn Flex Platform is process-driven and workflow-based, and can generate complex enterprise web applications with database, interface, integration and process without writing complex code simply by using a simple point-and-click interface. The drag and drop user interface enables non-technical people to create web screens and process workflows.
Karen Adame, Chief Product Officer at KeyedIn, says: “With the acquisition of the Iceberg technology and development of KeyedIn Flex Platform, KeyedIn Solutions has the platform to not only build new applications, but also to extend existing applications and to provide customers with the tools to modify applications to meet their specific needs. KeyedIn customers will leverage the platform to personalize their implementation of the company’s latest products and partners will be able to use the platform to build extensions to our portfolio of business applications.”
KeyedIn Solutions recently announced it has boosted its Consulting Group operation with the appointment of Andy Sworan as Director of its SharePoint Practice. Andy's appointment follows the launch of the KeyedIn SharePoint Optimization consultancy offering, which enables organizations to make best use of their SharePoint investment and manage implementation, upgrade, compliance, integration and user-adoption issues. SharePoint is in widespread use with more than 100 million users worldwide, including 78 percent of the Fortune 500. For many organizations, SharePoint is the primary document repository and used both as an Intranet and Extranet. Its success has driven the creation of a range of enhancements designed to drive productivity improvement and increase collaboration across the enterprise.