Software Development - individual solutions for you
GECKO´s software is made to meet individual requirments. During production we follow strictly defined processes - from the documentation of the customers requirments up to the transfer and installation of the finished product. These processes include continuous coordination with the customer to ensure that the finished product corresponds to what you need, aswell as multiple quality controls which begin in the development phase.
In addition to classical contracts, "agile development" has established itself in software development. During this process, GECKO will develop the required software in managable segments. This lets the customer develop, adapt and mold the software during development, allowing the incorporation of new ideas that arise during the development and testing of the required software. GECKO is ideally suited to this approach and sucessfully uses it in projects.
Your buisness´ scope is so small that there are no go-to universal software solutions available on the market? You want IT support in trade, logistics or the housing industry, but the standard software is to expensive or not suited to the task at hand? Your buisness needs to be more flexible? Then look no further. GECKO can (and will) provide these services.
- Webbased software for supplieres across many establishments in the private cloud.
- Complete implementation of your company software
- Mobile solutions for your buisness on mobile platforms
- Reliable solutions on the basis of structured databases
- Jira, Mantis
- Team Foundation Server, Git
- Visual Studio, Eclipse
- Microsoft SQL ServerOracle
- Data Warehouse, Datamining, OLAP
- Centura, Delphi, Visual Basic
- PHP, mySQL
- Java / J2EE / Hibernate / Spring
- C# / .NET / ASP
Software for subsidy management
The solution developed and distributed by GECKO is a web application that supports monitoring of publicly funded projects. Based on more than 10 years of experience with European Territorial Cooperation support programmes where the software has been tried and tested in international use, the solution is also well suited for project management within other, e.g. national, programmes. The solution supports collaboration of a variety of stakeholders over the whole duration of a pro-gramme. On the one hand, it addresses enterprises and organizations that act in the role of beneficiaries. On the other hand it addresses authorities and institutions that handle grant projects on behalf of the funding Entity.
The fact that the solution is fundamentally designed in a modular way warrents ist efficient maintenance and extension. Figure 1 illustrates ist clear-cut modular structure.
The solution provides assistance functions for all project phases, beginning with the initial conceptualization of the project idea, followed-up by its implementation, up to ist continuous monitoring and controlling. In addition, there exist modules that support administration of users and roles as well as modules that implement specific utility services such as, e.g., document managment.
Business processes at center stage
Conceptually, the sequence of grant project activities is subject to a workflow that not only defines the temporal order of tasks but also the documents that are to be exchanged between stakeholders as well as roles and responsibilities. this is why our solution is basically a process-oriented software that conceptually supports all relevant buisness processes of the application domain.
Supporting user roles
In general, during ist entire lifetime a project involves stakeholders from many different organizations and institutions. However, depending on their responsibilities and the organization they belong to, these users may play very different roles. This is why our solution fundamentally implements a strong role concept.
Our software may thus be interesting for any support programme in which multiple parties are collaborating and sharing information on the same matter.
Enabling e-cohesion of the future
The current e-Cohesion Policy of the European Union recommende the future exchange of documents within the European Territorial Cooperation (ETC) program to be handled exclusivly by electronic means. In particular, beneficaries should be required to provide any document only once as this data should always be available from a repository for re-use ("only once" Encoding principle).