• Alberta Pipes

    Over $1 Million saved every year

    Alberta Pipes is a privately held company which supplies premium quality oil country tubular goods (OCTG) to the oil and gas industry. Allied analyzed the business to determine low hanging opportunities for Integration. Using Microsoft Integration technologies, Allied Integrated 26 stocking yards with the company’s ERP (Sage Adonix)

     

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  • Shopoint

    E-commerce website

    Shopoint is a UK based E-commerce online store specializing in consumer electronics. Allied helped provide an online shop front for this site with an integrated content management system.

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  • Mobile Workforce Management

    Allied Consultants helped design and develop a cross-platform mobile based field services solution that enables large facility management firms to manage workforce remotely. It was built using HTML5 and REST based WCF services and automates task dispatching, logging and completion. The collaborative aspect adds a sense of friendly competition among agents by giving out awards based on configurable metrics and allows contribution to a targeted knowledgebase.

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  • PopCatcher

    Extending reach to Windows platform

    PopCatcher, with its patent technology to record music from online radio channels, was looking to make their algorithm available on set-top boxes along with their Android and IPhone apps. Allied extended the reach of their technology by developing a Windows app in WPF/Win 7 for Desktop and set top box platforms.

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  • Masraf AlRayan

    Quicker rollout through SOA

    Masraf AlRayan, the fastest growing bank in Qatar, required a reliable IT infrastructure to quickly roll out new delivery channels. Within just six months, we helped implement SOA based architecture on Microsoft BizTalk Server 2009. The bank has not only launched new services on time, but also reduced system development work by 50 %.

     

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  • Mark’s (Canadian Tire Company)

    Commerce Bus links CTC systems

    Mark’s, a subsidary of the Canadian Tire Company (CTC) wanted to upgrade their online presence by moving to IBM Commerce Server from a custom built website. As part of the move, back-office systems (product, fulfilment, merchandising..) were integrated through a company wide Enterprise Service Bus (ESB). Mark’s expects to generate over $20 Million in revenue from the solution in next 5 years.

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We connect businesses through technology by connecting data, systems and people across platforms in the extended supply chain. We are employee owned with and we believe our values ensure that our customers and our consultants remain the primary beneficiaries of what we do.


Implementations of Business Intelligence projects including business value proposition, warehouse architecture, Implementation services in ETL, Cubes and Dashboard/Report design in SSIS, SSRS, SSAS and SharePoint Server 2010. Learn more

Over 10 years of experience in Enterprise Application Integration, EDI, Business Process and Workflow Management and Service Oriented Architectures using BizTalk Server, Web Sphere and SQL Server technologies. Learn more

Web Design and implementation of rich customer facing content management systems and internal web portals using SharePoint Server 2010, ASP.NET 4.0, WordPress and Joomla. Learn more

Enterprise Mobility applications enabling anywhere access to our solutions for the Android, iPhone, HTML 5 and Windows 7 platforms. Learn more


I wish to congratulate Allied for achieving the extraordinary. I am reminded of big organizations with teams of 5 developers or more working over a year to accomplish what Allied Consultants has accomplished in half the time.–Mathew F, Acelynk