Digital Platform Development

The engineering of robust, scalable, high performing and secure enterprise Web and Mobile applications tightly integrated with complex data oriented back-end business systems is a central tenet to KMM’s Digital Platform Development practice.

  • KMM worked with a major magazine and digital media publisher to facilitate content publishing on multiple tablet and e-readers. KMM evaluated vendor software, created procedures for quality assurance testing, provided technical expertise on mobile software development best practices, created test plans for multiple hardware and software versions, and wrote technical documentation to support the project. KMM is currently working with the publisher’s software development partners to participate in iterative development sprints and feedback cycles.
  • KMM Technologies, Inc. worked with a major systems integrator as a consulting/staffing partner in support of the Electronic Research Administration (eRA) project at a major federal health agency in its dedication to making the research enterprise more effective and efficient through business process reengineering and the use of current technologies. KMM supported the development of the eRA Software Development Life Cycle, based on the DHHS Enterprise Performance Life Cycle Framework and leveraging best practices for iterative development.
  • KMM also provided consulting services for a federal regulatory agency on its Device Registration & Listing Module project. The DRLM application is designed, developed and implemented in extranet environment using J2EE technologies, Spring framework, Hibernate and Oracle as Database.
  • KMM was involved in the development and implementation of web portals for a major health insurance company. This E-Business project is intended for the unification of variously defined healthcare products under one portal called eBiz. The project is designed utilizing latest technologies focusing on performance and reliability. Project architecture is divided into Presentation, Service and Data layers. Followed agile development methodologies.