Profile & Challenge
Decision Resources Group is a global information and technology services company that provides proprietary data and solutions to the healthcare industry. The company had a wealth of data it needed to provide in a timely, effective way including mobile access to its users. The VP of Engineering had previous experience with offshore companies but wanted a partner with technical strength without the timezone issues he faced in the past.
SOLUTION & OUTCOME
GAP began by architecting and developing a cloud-based big data solution using HiCharts for visualization of a MongoDB database. The application provides visual analysis and drill-down capability for millions of rows of pharmaceutical data across the U.S. This is a multi-tenant application sourcing from a shared MongoDB data source. The user interface is Ruby on Rails with HiCharts. The services layer is Ruby on Rails and the database tier is MongoDB. Later, our team expanded to support a new application developed in Ember, leveraging their domain knowledge about our business with the ability to quickly adopt new and emerging technology. As a result, GAP’s team members became a key part of DRG’s overall team and mission.
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