Companies that get it
Getting your software faster means you’ll be happier, because your clients will be happier, and your boss will be happier. Here are a few clients that agree:
aBioBot created an impressive machine-learning tool for regulating lab tests, but they needed User Interface that made it appeal to both prospects and potential investors. We quickly designed and implemented a UI experience that simplified these complex processes.
Bold Penguin needed speed. When its core development team was tied up while approaching the launch deadline, they relied on Urbity to set up lead pages that tied into Bold Penguin’s insurance-quoting software for one of its largest clients.
A pharmaceutical client demanded easier installation for Building Five’s data-collection app, and their original developer wasn’t responding to calls. Urbity stepped in and implemented a simple one-click installation, solving everybody’s needs.
The client sold more than 400 products, and needed an advanced system to organize their inventory into categories that clients never think about, like “lot number” and “harvest date.” Urbity built a custom site and, in the process, doubled conversion rates.
Construction data collection in remote areas is fickle, and Mad Dog wanted a reliable solution. Urbity created a system of apps for mobile collection off the grid, and a web app for centralized analysis, with greater accuracy than previously imagined.
The client aimed to track unused trailer space with machine learning. Urbity created a mobile app to identify available space, and then a web app for matching the trailer with other loads along the same route, creating thousands in logistics savings for shippers.
RDP’s ordering system had worked for years, until it didn’t. Clients became frustrated with the old-fashioned experience. Urbity helped to both boost the aesthetic appeal of their ordering system, as well as creating a customizable dashboard for customer needs.
Workplace Impact had decades of success with boots-on-the-ground sales, but the Digital Dawn cast new light on the opportunities of the web. Urbity collaborated with them to create a web application that encouraged internal buy-in for prospective clients.
Large companies such as Cardinal Health aim to create an effective, standardized training protocols for their large employee bases. Urbity assisted Cardinal in designing and developing an intuitive system for training and delivering core values through an interactive process.
The crew at Dr. Joe Explains found themselves in a worst-case scenario: Their CMS needed an urgent update and the development team that created it wouldn’t take the job. Urbity found an ideal solution for their budget and implemented it quickly.
Urbity got its start in online marketing, and it made a difference. Driving visitors to purchase is a more universal concept than one might guess, and our work creating sales packages for TYEPRO, a fishing tool company, continues to inform our use of language and strategy to this day.
DigiMEP created an exciting app tied to a digital service that connects with the company’s cloud-based workflow and operates a number of tasks tied to building maintenance. Urbity built the company’s site to handle the company’s rising digital demands.