We developed several applications for client's customized options and futures trading platform. This trading system was designed to execute trades across a variety of options and futures exchanges worldwide in real time. We have modified existing client's applications and designed ours in such a way that we could easily adjust discrepancies in the variety of Exchanges API. During this development we gained significant expertise in several worldwide standard financial API, such as ATFI API, Value API (that are used in CBOT, Eurex and Deutsche Borse electronic exchanges). We also learned industry standard TIBCO platform that our client internal data distribution protocol is based on. Jensen Technologies developed most server-side applications on the client's server in London via a direct SHIVA VPN channel through our 2.3 mb/s Internet connection. We created most of the server-side applications in C++ using Sun Workshop on the Sun Solaris platform. We used C++ with MFC in the MS Visual Studio 6.0 environment on the Windows NT platform for client-side trading applications.
For New England Computer Associates, another long-term client, Jensen Technologies is developing various applications for a business management client/server package that construction sub-contractors will use to manage hundreds of proposals, job orders, employee schedules and invoices. This client is an officially licensed provider of Computer Associates financial software. Together with our client we are integrating these applications with the popular financial packages ACCPAC and MAS90/MAS200.
Jensen Technologies developed various modules of this ERP system using Borland C++ Builder and InterBase for Windows NT. We have plans to extend the modules to support handheld devices. Sub-contractors will be able to input data in real time directly on the construction site and get work order and information remotely.
Our strong Java team recently worked on-site to develop a custom made content management system for a European B2B portal. The core of the portal is a trading exchange for commodity traders. We have developed (and integrated with the exchange) full content management and work-flow management systems as well as several modules such as Role-based access security module. Jensen Technologies completed these systems and modules using the latest J2EE technology. Our developers proved their deep experience in developing enterprise level applications using servlets, JSP and EJB technologies on Orion and Oracle 8 and Weblogic servers, among others.
We have developed both the front and back end of a portal that provides advertisers and publishers with a solution that works for both parties and allows webmasters to cross-market online advertizer's offers with other web sites. The system provides a comprehensive ad serving solution that enables publishers to drive prospects through banners, buttons, text ads, advertorials, pop-ups, integrated sign up forms and more. In addition to the front-end graphic design, we have developed the database architecture, security system, online payment mechanism and elaborate tracking features of the site's back-end.
We have developed high-performance portal back-end in PHP and the database in MySQL in a Unix environment.
Jensen Technologies' s Web Department has the expertise to provide masterful front end design and back-end system solutions for any web site. Please see some examples of our work at www.meriturn.com; www.rmgfoundry.com; www.irixpharma.com; www.holidayinnminneapolis.com; www.leadcrunch.com; www.triland.net.
For one of our clients We were developing several add-ons and improvements to the COBOL to Java code conversion utility. We have helped to improve the original algorithms and enhanced the quality of produced Java code. Our client was impressed with the results and entrusted us to do the actual conversions of dozens of thousands of the legacy Cobol code into Java, which included manual Cobol code pre-parsing with followed produced Java code optimization.
Also, for another client we have converted numerous applications initially written with "C" language to Visual Basic. While converted applications could be run as console applications with the functionality left unchanged, we have redeveloped it to allow interactivity provided by Windows GUI.