Our projects span a wide range of business solutions for federal, state and local government agencies, non-profits, government contractors, and businesses. In each of these customer case studies we used Dynamics 365 (formerly CRM) as a starting point, and we implemented a custom fit xRM solution.
Web Application Development
Super Service challenge launched a redesigned platform for promoting and rewarding service video uploads. Built by InfoStrat developers, the fully responsive web application includes a set of administrative features to manage users, accounts, system configuration, abuse reporting and payments.
County e-Permit System
InfoStrat used Microsoft CRM as a basis for Harris County's electronic permitting solution that enables engineering consulting firms, architects and contractors to submit applications, documentation and payments online. From planning to inspection, the system keeps account of each permit's progress.
Natural Disaster Recovery
The Louisiana State Department of Health and Hospitals provides comprehensive healthcare for the state of Louisiana. With the help of InfoStrat, they initiated the use of Microsoft Dynamics CRM to manage records and internal processes which were previously stored in a system of paper records.
Library Media Wall
Liberty University wanted a 21st century centerpiece for a new library. InfoStrat developed an interactive media wall using Kinect sensors to display real-time social data which visitors to the library can manipulate with gestures to explore content and images related to the university.
LosAngeles County Board of Supervisors chose Microsoft Dynamics CRM as the platform for constituent management and four other business applications. InfoStrat configured Dynamics CRM to meet the requirements of county supervisors, and provided training to county information technology staff for their streamlined records system.
Governor's Office Stimulus Tracking
Microsoft Stimulus360 was developed to increase the level of transparency and collaboration among governmental entities. The solution was used by the State of Arizona to administer federal funds sent to Arizona state agencies and universities through the U.S. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).