Dashbox is a current software engineering project, with SoftWorks Group working as an outsourced development partner to the Los Angeles based Twain Media PLC, owners of the Dashbox technology....read more
Dashbox, is a subscription based software-as-a-service that is building platforms to realize significant administrative and transactional efficiencies in synch licensing for music buyers and to create new revenue opportunities for music content owners.
mSoft, Inc., the leading provider of digital asset management systems for the entertainment production industry, has changed ownership and renamed itself Dashbox, Inc. In 2009, Twain Media LLC acquired mSoft from company founder Amnon Sarig and his partners to focus on expanding the use of technology to enhance the world of music synchronization licensing. Twain Media is the private investment vehicle of Dave Goldberg and Bob Roback, co-founders of LAUNCH Media, Inc. and former worldwide heads of Yahoo! Music. Mr Roback is the companys CEO and Mr Goldberg, also CEO of SurveyMonkey, Inc., is its Chairman.
For further information about dashbox and its products visit the website at www.dashbox.com
Veeple is a Palo Alto, California based Software as a Service (SaaS) provider of video streaming technology. Veeple enables web publishers to consume and monetize video in their web sites without the requirement to understand video technology. ...read more
The Softworks Group was engaged by Veeple to design and build its platform for global deployment. The video service is deployed as a web based solution and has been architected to support the streaming of video to a global audience. Today the service is consumed by large media enterprises down to individual web publishers and bloggers.
For further information on Veeple visit the web site at www.Veeple.com
Based in San Diego, California, St. Bernard offers a range of secure content management solutions that integrate on-premise appliances with on-demand services to protect corporate networks from online threats, manage bandwidth use and enforce acceptable use policies....read more
The Softworks Group was engaged by the St. Bernard Board of Directors to review its engineering processes and development methodologies, and to provide change management guidance moving forward.
For further information about St. Bernard and its products visit the website www.StBernard.com
Intellection is a global enterprise specializing in the provision of integrated solutions for the automated quantitative analysis of material....read more
The Softworks Group was engaged by Intellection to review its engineering capability and develop processes to assist in the overall engineering lifecycle. The Softworks Group was then engaged by Intellection on an ongoing basis to provide requirements analysis and senior engineers to continue the development of its iDiscover and QEMNET products. These products consist of Scanning Electron Microscope electronics and supporting instrument control and mineralogy software. Intellection Corporation was sold to FEI in 2009 who subsequently continued the development programs in-house.
For further information about Intellection and its products visit the website www.Intellectioncorp.com
Large Past Projects
Visuale – Visual Enterprise
Designed, developed and market-tested over a four year period consuming in excess of 125 man-years work effort, Visual Enterprise is a revolutionary business process management system (BPMS). Designed to drive business process efficiency, Visual Enterprise enables process optimization to occur either within single departments or across multiple enterprises.
SoftWorks was contracted by its North American sister company, Visuale, where Craig Sproule was a principle investor, for the development of Visual Enterprise. The product was sold to Onyx (CRM) Software in 2004 and later relaunched as their Onyx Process Management system (See here).
Located in Sunnyvale California, WorkCard provides web-based vendor-neutral contingent workforce automation solutions to enable vendors and enterprises to control the largest indirect enterprise expense: the contingent workforce....read more
WorkCard's three-way collaborative platform was designed to enhance the relationship between enterprises, staffing vendors, and the contingent workforce through real-time sharing of information regarding job requisitions, candidate submissions, work assignments, and time capture. The platform enables operational efficiencies and enhanced control that result in significant hard and soft cost reductions, optimized billing and invoicing processes, enhanced control over legal liabilities, and shortened staffing cycles.
At the time, Workcard was the single largest systems-engineering project undertaken by SoftWorks, spanning almost three years duration and greater than sixty man years work effort. The site has been a significant commercial success for its shareholders, made up of the worlds largest HR companies.