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Case Studies

Case Studies

Upgrading a Prison Operator’s Application

Challenge

A public organization oversees and manages a municipal prison system using a custom Java application.

An administrator enters data on expenses such as food, clothing and utilities into the application. Afterwards, they export that data into Excel to analyze it and plan the budget for the next period.

The organization has to frequently update its Excel templates to ensure that calculations are correct. In addition, system users have to switch between the application and MS Word as they prepare reports.

Solution

The organization could integrate SCell into its application. This would allow it to process xlsx files and do calculations without updating settings in Excel. SUniText could also be added to enable report creation inside the application.

Thanks to SCell and SUniText, the organization would no longer need to update its Excel templates. And users would no longer need to jump between MS Word and the custom application as they prepare reports. This would help the organization save money on IT and make better use of its employees’ time.

Upgrading a Prison Operator’s Application

Challenge

A public organization oversees and manages a municipal prison system using a custom Java application.

An administrator enters data on expenses such as food, clothing and utilities into the application. Afterwards, they export that data into Excel to analyze it and plan the budget for the next period.

The organization has to frequently update its Excel templates to ensure that calculations are correct. In addition, system users have to switch between the application and MS Word as they prepare reports.

Solution

The organization could integrate SCell into its application. This would allow it to process xlsx files and do calculations without updating settings in Excel. SUniText could also be added to enable report creation inside the application.

Thanks to SCell and SUniText, the organization would no longer need to update its Excel templates. And users would no longer need to jump between MS Word and the custom application as they prepare reports. This would help the organization save money on IT and make better use of its employees’ time.

Replacing an Inefficient Data Management System

Challenge

A company has developed a custom platform for managing the lifecycle of Industry 4.0 applications. The platform processes data using sheets that are custom-programmed for each particular case. Users can’t manage data in a uniform way across all sheets from one place.

Solution

The company could integrate the web version of SCell into its system. That would enable users to enter and manage data in the SCell interface without using custom Excel sheets. Furthermore, the component SChart that comes with SCell would enable the visualization of that data in charts.

Replacing an Inefficient Data Management System

Challenge

A company has developed a custom platform for managing the lifecycle of Industry 4.0 applications. The platform processes data using sheets that are custom-programmed for each particular case. Users can’t manage data in a uniform way across all sheets from one place.

Solution

The company could integrate the web version of SCell into its system. That would enable users to enter and manage data in the SCell interface without using custom Excel sheets. Furthermore, the component SChart that comes with SCell would enable the visualization of that data in charts.

Removing Clunky Integrations

Challenge

A company uses a custom SWT Java application to digitally store and manage documents. That application serves as a container for other applications which the company uses to upload the document files.

To edit those files, the company’s staff has to use Microsoft or Adobe within the application. The programs often don’t work as expected because they are technically incompatible with the Java application.

Solution

The company could integrate SUniText into its application. Users would no longer need to run Microsoft or Adobe in a separate window — they could view and edit docx and pdf files within the application. As a Java component, SUniText would provide an interface that would work just like part of the Java application, with no unpleasant surprises.

Removing Clunky Integrations

Challenge

A company uses a custom SWT Java application to digitally store and manage documents. That application serves as a container for other applications which the company uses to upload the document files.

To edit those files, the company’s staff has to use Microsoft or Adobe within the application. The programs often don’t work as expected because they are technically incompatible with the Java application.

Solution

The company could integrate SUniText into its application. Users would no longer need to run Microsoft or Adobe in a separate window — they could view and edit docx and pdf files within the application. As a Java component, SUniText would provide an interface that would work just like part of the Java application, with no unpleasant surprises.