Tailored Software

For more than a decade, E-Base Interactive has been writing software solutions focused on solving the unique business needs of its clients. This process places great emphasis on reducing work cycles, aggregating data, delivering the appropriate accurate information to the proper individuals in real time and improving organizational efficiency.

Solutions place great emphasis on User Experience Design where graphic design, content placement and copywriting catalyze the effectiveness of those using the system. Often the final solutions tie into legacy systems, external data stores and have interfaces that are both web and client-server.

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Web Site Design

Like its software development services, E-Base's web site design first begins with identification and assessment of the Client's objectives and then evolves into User Experience Design. User Experience Design is critical to ensuring the web site has the potential to meet its goals and places emphasis on Graphic Design, Content, and the arrangement of information on each screen. E-Base then uses the appropriate technologies to develop the web site best suited to accomplish the Client objectives. Often integrating with internal and external data stores to communicate information to the public and trusted visitors alike.

E-Base assists its Clients with selecting the proper hosting vendor and offers ongoing support and web site promotional services.


E-Base Interactive has a backoffice staff trained in data processing and teleservices. E-Base's teleservices are typically focused on efforts such as collection of accounts receivable balances, system support, mail orders, inquiries from web sites and outbound follow-up on leads. We employ experienced teleservice agents and support their activities through a custom Call Center application developed in-house to flexibly integrate with a variety of VoIP platforms and applications for a seamless service experience. Teleservices can be procured on a per hour or per unit basis. The price for E-Base teleservices are often less expensive than the cost of employment.

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Data Processing

E-Base Interactive's backoffice staff performs data processing services for its clients, often integrating directly into a client's business process. Data processing may take the form of processing applications or registrations where E-Base will review the information, accept/reject the form, data key the information and provide it back to the Client within 24 hours. Data keying is often dual entered and matched for accuracy, depending on the client requirement. E-Base also performs online research and follow-up calls to validate and improve information provided. Data processing also includes ad hoc assignments such as processing electronic files and returning the results in a specified format. Data processing services are often charged per unit.

Digital Marketing

Digital marketing has become more and more critical to achieving success online. E-Base takes great care to understand the Client's objectives and its target audience. Offering our Clients an honest assessment of the content they are attempting to share, we often assist with reshaping the message prior to reaching out to the audience. And when we do reach out, we do so in a respectful unobtrusive manner that brings visitors who have a desire to be there. Using proper messaging, respecting the audience and offering opt-in information through social media outlets allows our clients to get the right visitors, convey the proper information and achieve their business objectives.

Graphical Design

E-Base has an experienced graphic design team. In addition to designing web site and software interfaces, they also perform more traditional design services. These services include: Banner, newspaper and magazine ads, image processing, digitizing content and book layout/design. E-Base's graphic design team integrates directly with its client's business processes.


Microsoft Silverlight 5 released, will it be the final version?

source: theverge.com

Yesterday, Microsoft released Silverlight 5, available on IE, Chrome, Firefox, and Safari on both Mac and PC. The update adds hardware decoding for H.264 media, some new programming features for developers, and other performance improvements. Silverlight 5 may also be the end of the line for Silverlight. Windows 8 will support Silverlight 5 in full desktop mode, but the Metro-style browser will not and neither does Windows Phone.

More to the point, while Microsoft plans on supporting Silverlight 5 for ten years (which in itself may be a sign that it won't have a followup), the company is clearly more interested in directing developers to other frameworks for development, including Metro apps for Windows 8 and HTML5/Javascript frameworks that are compatible with IE10. It could be that, like Adobe before it, Microsoft has recognized that the era of the web browser plugin is behind us. Silverlight has other applications, but we'd be surprised to see Microsoft make big Silverlight push again.





C#, Objective-C and JavaScript Move Up in TIOBE Index

source: readwriteweb.com

"TIOBE Software has released its programming community index for December 2011, and the numbers show that C# is gaining in popularity.

According to TIOBE, the most popular languages right now are Java, C, C++, C# and Objective-C. (In that order.) There's no movement at all in the top 3, though TIOBE says that C++ has lost a bit of popularity since December 2010. C# moved up from 5th place to 4th, and is just a hair behind C++. "




Google Chrome Surpasses Firefox In Browser Usage

source: crn.com

Google's Chrome browser has overtaken Mozilla's Firefox in market share, while Microsoft's Internet Explorer shows signs of reversing its long downward slide. Chrome accounted for 25.96 percent of global browser usage in November, according to StatCounter Global Stats, the research arm of Web analytics firm StatCounter. That's up from 25 percent in October and 13.35 percent in November 2010.


iPhone App Developers in Demand

source: infoworld.com

"iPhone developers are in demand across the United States and Canada, causing salaries to skyrocket for those with experience creating complex, mobile applications on Apple's iOS platform.

And there's good news for programmers without such skills: You can teach yourself how to develop iPhone apps, thanks to the extensive amount of free information that Apple provides to developers on its website."

Ruby creator sets sights on mobile.

source: infoworld.com

"The open source Ruby language, founded by developer Yukihiro "Matz" Matsumoto and released in 1995, has become a staple among programming languages. It has been used by companies like Twitter and serves as the basis of the popular Ruby on Rails Web application framework. The dynamic language, says IDC analyst Al Hilwa, is regarded as very elegant and capable, mostly in combination with Ruby on Rails. In developing Ruby, Matsuomoto blended parts of several languages -- including Perl, Smalltalk, Eiffel, Ada, and Lisp -- to build a language with both functional and imperative programming capabilities.

In an interview with InfoWorld.com, Matsumoto cites his intention to make Ruby more prominent in mobile computing and details the history of the language."


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