Back in the early days of the Internet, website content management was a bit more complicated. If you weren’t proficient in making modifications to Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), chances are that you hired a professional who used a platform like Dreamweaver to upload content changes via file transfer protocol (FTP). The process tended to be cumbersome and often required the services of a professional which meant that you were at the mercy of their availability.
Then, on May 27, 2003, Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little introduced the world to WordPress. WordPress fundamentally changed the way we manage website content by simplifying the process and offering an architecture that was easier to understand. According to Wikipdedia, “WordPress is by far the most popular website management or blogging system in use on the web, supporting more than 60 million websites. (http://bit.ly/2tAq7RJ).
Although platforms like Dreamweaver still exist, many of us now use WordPress to manage our websites because we can customize our approach, add and delete content whenever or wherever we want, and perhaps most importantly, we shed our reliance on using third party experts and developers to accomplish what we want in a way that is unique to our own audience.
Biometric software development can also, at times, be frustrating and exasperating but it doesn’t have to be. When you make the decision to use biometric identification there are 3 essential ingredients to the project:
- The biometric hardware (i.e. the physical device used to enroll and subsequently identify an individual – fingerprint readers, iris cameras)
- The biometric matching algorithm (i.e. the automated method that enables a biometric system to recognize an individual)
- The business software – where the biometric system integrates into
Over 15 years of experience implementing biometric identification management projects around the world for a variety of businesses and governments has taught us some very valuable lessons. For every successful deployment we see, there are much more that die at the hands of ballooning development costs and delays – many of which are 100% avoidable.
The ability to eliminate lengthy development cycles and circumvent additional, unplanned costs was our calling card to develop CloudApper – a rapid cloud development toolset which can be used to rapidly develop and integrate the business software ANY identity management project requires, with or without biometrics. No one wants to see their identity management project die at the hands of unnecessarily tying up existing resources in the absence of producing any results. Wasting time, money and resources when developing and deploying the business software layer for identification management solutions is over. Done. Finished. Gone.
Understanding that modern software development is also about personalization, we went a step further. We designed CloudApper to not only eliminate the lengthy development cycles that bog down so many projects we see but to also offer our end users the opportunity to customize the business software to address the unique needs of the customers they serve. Imagine that. The ability to tweak and adjust a business software layer based on what data is or isn’t important to you. It’s an unprecedented development in cloud data management and one we encourage you to explore.
Whether you are or aren’t interested in using biometric identification, we have used CloudApper to construct pre-configured cloud data management solutions that are customized for specific vertical deployments. For example, pre-configured (but still very much customizable) versions of CloudApper are available for the following verticals:
- Banks, NGOs, and Financial Organizations
- Jails and Prisons
- Border Control and Immigration
- Judicial Authorities
- Public Administration Authorities
- Manufacturing Plants
- Transportation Authorities
- Education and Student Tracking
This list is not exhaustive of all the verticals CloudApper can serve. In reality, the sky is the limit. CloudApper has the potential to be applied to ANY vertical that requires software to manage data. We encourage you to explore CloudApper and learn about it’s features and functions to determine if it is the right fit for your needs. And don’t forget that CloudApper already integrates with CloudABIS and CloudScanr enabling you access to a scalable matching system that supports various hardware devices and any web browser.
Here is a brief video about CloudApper:
For more information about the CloudApper rapid cloud development toolset, please send us an email at: email@example.com or visit our website for more details.