This application was adopted by corporations such as ENMAX, EnCana, and Cenovus.
This was a 36 million dollar web-based application where public users and corporate employees could submit applications for energy efficiency rebates on newly purchased domestic products. This included a multi-themed interface, where public users and corporate employees each saw a customized version of the application. Users would create an account, where they would manage their online profile and newsletter subscriptions and review the status of any previously submitted applications. To complete an application, users would input their personal information, product information and upload scanned product receipts. The user's mailing address was validated by an address validation web service. The application included a backend system for staff members. This system allowed staff to perform a variety of tasks including, the ability to review and update application data and uploaded documentation, approve, escalate and reject applications, add new approved products to the database, search for duplicate applications and provide reporting to administrators and call centre staff.
These applications were developed for Human Resources and Skills Development Canada, Academic and Career Entrance, College Sector Committee for Adult Upgrading, Canadian Plastics Sector Council, Aboriginal Skills Group, the Industry Training Authority, and Carewest.
These are a series of web-based applications where corporate and federal employees can test their Essential Skills skill levels by performing online assessments of their reading, document use, numeracy, listening, writing and speaking skills. The users create an online account and then choose to perform the assessments of their choice. Questions are presented to the users including documents to read, audio clips to hear and video clips to view. The users select their responses, complete their assessment and view their assessment results. This includes reviewing their automated final scores, required areas for improvement and learning plans to prepare for future assessments. An extensive administrative back end allows system administrators to input and configure assessment questions. A series of administrative reports is also available.
This was a web-based application where companies would register and retire offsets, to comply with Alberta's Specified Gas Emitters regulation. The application allowed the creation and management of companies and user profiles, as well as inputting each company's projects. Project documents could be uploaded, replaced, or deleted by users. System users could search for and view details of other registered companies and projects, as well as communicate securely with other system users using a sophisticated internal e-mail messaging system.
This was a web-based application where employees of corporations could input and compare their carbon footprints. Employees could create and manage their online profiles and input information, such as their vehicles' mileage and their homes' utility consumption. Upon request, the employees' emissions data was retrieved, graphed, and compared to other employees in their company, and competing companies could compare their results to each other. This application was adopted by corporations such as ENMAX and EnCana.
This was a custom e-commerce application. The application allowed customers to browse or search from a catalogue of products, add items to a virtual shopping cart, choose a method of shipping and check out their order. A placed order was stored in a database, which sent a notification to staff, who would process the order through a merchant. (previous version)
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