A united library supply manager created for students and teachers. One single interface to publish books and media assets and one single interface to use them.
It was a federal project run by the state administrative department. We worked on public order, and the finished product was intended to be used by over 500.000 students around the country.
The client wanted to develop a unified system providing an actual list of all the available media resources that could also deliver them to schools and colleges. As an executive organ, the client had a flexible federated search across the existing publishers that could be improved with a system supplied with a single interface for students and teachers.
- Procure business requirements
- Design high-level product architecture
- Create functional and non-functional requirements
- Develop back-/front-ends
- Make a hybrid mobile application
- Maintain the product and provide full support
The project was social-oriented rather than value-driven. The product helped schools and colleges optimize their library systems and allowed students and teachers for easier access to federal media sources. With the delivered solution, teachers could also supervise how and what their students read and advise them on new educational materials.
Adoppler was a system comprising DSP, SSP, and Ad Exchange that allowed all market parties to transact directly.
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