They say “you live and you learn”, but the way we acquire information has changed so much in the past years. With the revolution of internet and social media, instructional manuals slowly become obsolete and hard to update. Traditional learning strives to keep pace with the increasing desire from users to have visual, interactive trainings at their disposal 24/7. This is where Splintt comes into picture.
It was 2008 when Natasja Jager, founder and director of Splintt, noticed these changing trends and decided to switch from her classroom training business to eLearning. With the help of a Dutch developer, Splintt was born. In the beginning, she used the system to host online training assessments, videos and stories that she distributed to her client’s user groups.View case study
Passion can take many forms. From the drive we get when we discover something we love, to the desire of becoming better professionals by using all our resources to make the highest quality products out there. Sounds quite idealistic, doesn’t it? This is the story of how a team of developers with vision and grit grew together, alongside their product, and managed to inspire an entire community.
The year is 2014. A small team of young, yet courageous developers took on a project that has grown under their eyes: OK, an innovative app that aimed to disrupt the retail industry and provide a successful experience to the end-user. Almost 6 years later, their goal has been reached: they went from zero to thousands of satisfied users.View case study
The story starts 10 years ago when the now CEO Noel O’Hanlon was approached by a contact of his to help him manage his organisation’s healthcare inventory. Sensing a gap in the market, Noel founded Genesis Automation in 2010.
Genesis is a suite of modules that allows healthcare providers to carry out many of their business functions. These modules include Supply Chain Management/Inventory, Asset Management, Tissue Tracking, Point of Care, and several others.View case study
Is a platform used by clients which are part of the Dutch banking system. They use this application to notify other participants on unavailibilities or possible issues that can appear on products such as iDEAL or iDIN. The application is based on multiple old sub-platforms that have been reconstructed on a newer platform using .NET Core 2.0 and Angular 7 helping customers to have access to friendlier UI, a more secure and faster notification system.View case study
AcceptEasy offered Maxcode the opportunity to build an ultra-modern billing & payment platform based on the latest technology. It resulted in an innovative service (SaaS) facilitating consumers and small corporates to securely initiate a bill payment straight from an email or mobile phone. In a 3-click process, the payment is completed without manual data (re)entry, resulting in full control for the payer, better convenience, and speed than paper bills or web-based portals.View case study
The number of iDEAL transactions is constantly increasing. More and more merchants, consumers, and companies that offer payment services rely on its availability. Some initiatives were launched claiming to measure and report iDEAL’s availability. Consequently, the press started quoting these findings. However, it's not that simple to pinpoint the exact cause or consequence of disturbances related to iDEAL, since for every payment a staggering amount of information is exchanged between four actors in the iDEAL protocol.View case study