First Line Software is a Microsoft Certified Partner for Application Development. We have successfully delivered hundreds of .NET based projects in a variety of industries. Our engineers are continually trained in the latest Microsoft technologies, and keep up to speed with Microsoft certifications. First Line's .NET team has developed multiple systems from scratch as well as assisting clients to migrate existing .Net applications.
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First Line Software developed a robust corporate intranet to support staff with company news, information, tools, HR resources, community engagement, and self-service capabilities. The system helps connect staff and management socially which in turn increases job satisfaction and inspires company loyalty. Employees can advance their careers by applying for different roles on new projects announced on the platform.
First Line Software implemented the Digital Asset Management (DAM) system as a reliable digital marketing technology tool that functions as a central content management hub and makes it possible to share the client’s digital assets with customers to: save and organize photos, videos, illustrations, audio files, documents, design files and presentations. This system allows the client to manage and organize all their digital assets in one place.
A clinical pathway is one of the main tools used to manage the quality in patient care concerning the standardization of care workflow and processes. Implementation of the clinical pathways reduces the variability in clinical practice and improves outcomes. Clinical pathways aim to promote organized and efficient care based on evidence-based medicine and aim to optimize outcomes in inpatient and ambulatory settings.
Wide-spread adoption of EHR systems brings along large amount of data available for reporting and other analytical insights. Health organizations routinely generate thousands of such analytical artifacts on daily or weekly basis.
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