Courts and reporting agencies need an improved method by which they extract, organize, analyze, and report case management data.
Current case management systems do not include a business intelligence platform whereby court users can stream data and run reports on 2+ years of data (depending on size of the court) at high velocity, automatically organize a high volume of data in charts and graphs, run queries on a variety of data sets for a single report, and produce a dashboard for routine reports and internal analysis.
Furthermore, courts and reporting agencies are heavily reliant upon external companies or internal IS staff to produce ad hoc statistical reports that outputs data in raw, tabular formats. State and national reporting agencies wait time to roll out new reporting measure is currently 5 years due to the limitations within courts and their systems to adopt new key performance indicators on a national level.
A US based client who has a vision to develop a business intelligence solution for court entities so as to streamline, centralize all data collection, supply data analytics, predictive modeling, and make it easier to retrieve information from different databases.
We designed the architecture for the new system which has the following features -
In today's time digitally active Indian news audience is disillusioned with biased and twisted reporting of Indian media. Now a days Indian media houses are loyal to their respective favorite groups because we, the common people, have become disloyal to the media houses. So there is no validation of the information that is being published over the web. As an end consumer people believe what they see and read over the web. So there is a need to highlight the real facts and information of the content.
This case study details a project to create a analytical media platform providing quantified insights into media biases and helping filter propaganda from facts.Our Role
To overcome the challenges that we faced in the case discussed above we came up with an in-house algorithm to analyse debates and columns. The platform has the following features which provide quantified insights and filter facts from propoganda.
Bias-o-meter : This feature will provide the biasedness rating of anchors and columnists. On the basis of this information we built the profile of each media personality on the platform.
Fact Checker : This feature will measure the truth in all fact based statements
strong>Case-in-point : Capture all instances of media mis-reporting and sensationalization.
The main idea behind this solution is to provide data and consulting services to the common man and the advertising agencies
Hiring a suitable candidate for your organization is always a challenge and this is no different in case of marine industry. It's typically a lengthy and a tiring process. Recruiters spends an average of 78352 minutes on the phone calls over an year for the recruitment exercise and it takes around an average of 37 days to fill a vacancy. Not only this, the average recruitment cost to fill a vacancy is also on a higher side when companies have high labour turnover. So the challenges which we faced here was1. Provide access to global network of candidates
This case study details a project to create a recruitment platform for marine industry for a client in Australia
The overall Indian healthcare market is worth around US$ 100 billion and is expected to grow to US$ 280 billion by 2020. The Healthcare Information Technology (IT) market which is valued at US$ 1 billion currently is expected to grow 1.5 times by 2020
A total of 3,598 hospitals and 25,723 dispensaries across the country offer AYUSH treatment, thus ensuring availability of alternative medicine and treatment to the people.Despite the government's attempt over the years to popularize AYUSH the people at large are still inclined towards allopathy treatment with a survey showing higher inclination towards allopathy treatment-- around 90%--in both rural and urban areas. Only 5 to 7% usage of 'other' type of treatment including AYUSH has been reported both in rural and urban areas.
In a country with a rich history of AYUSH, a startup approached VAYUZ to revive the knowledge, treatment and spread awareness of this golden old knowledge.Our Role
The solution is a web based platform that connects users, looking for alternate treatment/consultation or a way of life, with the AYUSH experts. The idea was to create a platform, where in the all the user's needs are met under one roof including a store to purchase AYUSH products, as consulted by the expert on the platform or otherwise.
A need for a mobile app for the experts arose to allow the experts to accept cases, provide consultations on the go or with the ease of their mobile phone.
A few features of the platform are as follows:Web Platform:
O2O stands for online to offline and offline to online. It is a business strategy that appeals potential clienteles from online channels to physical provisions. This is a new world of local deals, where marketers are trying to drive people online to buy offline.
According to an estimate, the Indian O2O commerce is estimated at $65 billion approximately with various platforms competing in it. China, US and India, together account for over 70% of the global investment in this sector.
While online shoppers are just around 20 million ( contributing to 5% of total retail sales), there are a little over 200 million smartphones in the country, which also means that the retailers have a chance to explore and capture the new user base. Offline is still the king.
O2O companies emphasise that they are an 'app first' and in some cases 'app only' experience and intend to make more efficient use of existing infrastructure and people.
The hyperlocal deals delivered through an app play a key role to an extent that some services (e.g. Perishable) are more suited to O2O market.
A startup reached out to VAYUZ to create a unique solution to tap this enormous market potential.Our Role
The solution is to create a mobile app where the Customers are able to get the best out of it, with an internet connection and a few clicks, to locate the nearby spots for the eatery, travel or fashion etc. The companies offer huge discounts, deals to lure people. It becomes very easy for the users to choose what they desire and then buy it from a physical store.
For the retailers, it means more customers coming in and increasing their sales. More so, it also enables them to connect with their customers on a more personal level, send lucrative deals which are just customized for them. The app offers proximity marketing and collects data on what the users are searching, what they are liking, what are their preferences and according to that, retailers get the right information to target the customers.
The stores and customers both are benefited from this type of transactions.The feature list of the platform is as follows: View list of vendors offering deals in your city or around your area.
The Netherlands has a rich nautical heritage and 4,400 Km of navigable waterways. It is as easy in some areas to travel on water as it is to travel on land. Boat ownership in Holland is high, with more than half a million boats currently on the water. That's about one boat for every 32 people. Amsterdam, the capital city, is no different with about 165 canals and 2500 Houseboats. The customer, a Netherland based shipping and maritime company, approached VAYUZ to develop a mobile based ecosystem, which would empower boaters with critical functionalities to navigate through the vast waterways with ease.
The Solution is a mobile app ecosystem (both iOS and Android) coupled with analytics driven Web Based Dashboard for Boat Owners. Critical features built into the app included:
Boat Tracking (GPS tracking device), which was a challenge to start with as the sea / water does not have a marked street as on land. The path covered by the boat is represented by a dotted line.Save path travelled as an image.
The Indian fashion and lifestyle market is set to grow at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12% over the next five years to reach INR 3,94,000 crore. The Apparel constitutes 57.2% pie share in the overall market now will grow to 59.9% by 2020. Footwear is expected to decline from 34% to 26.1% in the same period. Accessories market share that includes apparel accessories, bags, wallets, belts, fashion jewellery, time wear and eyewear are expected to grow from 8.8% to 14% in the next five years.
In day to day situations, each one of us often struggle with our style statement. We have a habit standing for minutes together, infront of our wardrobes figuring out what to wear. This usually happens every day be it for when you are getting ready for your college, office, casual hangouts, movies, dinner, events, weddings, dates and so on. This dilemma makes us on a lookout for second opinions. The startup reached out to VAYUZ with an aim to solve this usual problem faced by the people with a tech based solution.Our Role
The solution is a unique mobile application than the other existing platforms. Styling yourself is one area where second opinions matters and are trusted. Which is what this platform aims to achieve through its unique and interesting message based solution. Its like talking with a friend on whatsapp, but the only thing that its a fashion expert at the other end helping you out. Since the human connect should be very strong and necessary in a platform like this, the messaging solution provides just that.
To make it convenient for everyone there are 2 separate apps, one for those looking for expert advice and the other for the expert themselves.
India's f&b industry is expected to reach INR. 3.8 trillion in sales with a 24 % annual growth. 5.8 million people in India are employed in this industry. This figure is expected to reach 8.7 million by 2021. This means that about six lakh people will be required in the industry every year.
This increase in demand has forced people to consider alternate solutions to their culinary needs and with highly trained resources available at every doorstep - Home Chefs. This increase in demand to consume home-made food without compromising on quality and hygiene gave birth to a new category –– home chef aggregators.This untapped talent does not have the platform to showcase to the world and you need 12 to 15 government licenses to open an outlet in India.
This gave a rise to those who act as aggregators to chefs in the city, who provide home-cooked meals to the residents of the city / area. This startup approached VAYUZ with the clear aim to provide home cooked food to the people of the city and also to generate employment by involving home chefs (men and women).Our Role
The Solution is a mobile app which allows the users to order home made food through the app and an onther one for the chefs to service requests from their customers. The App largely focuses on CHAT module to build the customer's order with a series of questions and the individual chat that they would otherwise have to build the order.Features of the application are: Customer app:
Fast growing and prolific, the beauty salon industry is built on products and services that help us look our best. The beauty salon industry can be segmented into hair, skin, nail, cosmetics, perfumes and colognes, deodorants, antiperspirant, feminine cleaning, oral hygiene etc. Skincare has the highest market share. Beauty and wellness industry global net worth is expected to cross USD 3.4 Trillion ! The growth potential of beauty salons depends on a variety of factors including demographics, population growth, and latest beauty techniques making it an early adopter of technology benefitting Small salons which contribute heavily to the industry while the 50 largest companies draw just 15% of overall revenue.
Singapore holds a strong presence in this market segment in the APAC region with over a 1000 salons. Some of them operate like deli counters where customer take tickets and wait for their turns. The client approached VAYUZ to design and develop a solution to solve this problem and to avail beauty and wellness services at own comfort.
The Solution, for the obvious reasons, is a mobile app which becomes "the go-to" discovery platform for customers in Singapore and the APAC region. The solution demanded a separate business app for the service providers.
Besides providing the latest news and information, this platform may also be used in a myriad of other online businesses such as e-commerce and recommending products, services, and content that cater to its readers. To carry out in-depth analysis of system logs, activities, and customer behaviours through its websites, and to better cater to consumers and market demands, they decided to utilize big data technology via VAYUZ with the servers powered by the AWS®. This solution allowed the company to take advantage of a faster, decentralized architecture that not only improved system stability, but also increased time to market response demands and the company’s overall competitiveness.
This case study details a project to re-architect the core data application for a social media analytics startup in Greece.
The Big Data ecosystem is vast and choosing the correct technologies is critical. Many big data projects fail because of improper design.Our client followed the trend of the typical start-up by rushing their product into production, hoping to get a jump on the competition. As the company gained traction and the data grew, they realized their product, built using a standard open-source web application stack, was not scalable. It was unable to store and analyze the large amounts of data, and response times were abysmal.