BPM Logic is involved in a range of software development projects and consulting engagements. We have particular expertise in online publishing solutions.
We are open-minded in our approach to the technologies we use to solve problems, but examples of some we have been using recently include the Spring Framework (recently with Roo), Hibernate, Lucene/Solr, Hadoop, Mahout, Nutch and Weka.
A Ton of Monkeys is a suite of automated tools that allow you to do tasks that would normally require large amounts of manual work. Why waste time, when you can employ a ton of monkeys to do the job for you instead?
The first of these available is A.T.O.M. Checker. This tool allows you to monitor specific content within webpages and other online resources, potentially monitoring and reporting on hundreds of thousands at a time.
The Wine Index is a search engine for wine. It validates and categorises feeds from wine merchants and wineries to ensure that all information is as accurate and fair as possible.
This also allows us to field test many of the technologies we use at BPM Logic for crawling, analysing and classifying unstructured data.
Please contact us if you are interested in finding out more.
We specialise in helping our customers to solve complex business problems. To do this we employ Scrum, an Agile methodology, to manage our software development projects to achieve the best value results.
The focus is on rapid, continuous delivery of useful software where working software is delivered frequently (weeks rather than months). This provides early measurable results and early feedback leading to higher quality deliverables and avoids time wasted on development which does not add business value. There is transparency in planning and development which gives customers greater understanding and control of the process.
We recently applied the Scrum methodology to an extensive project to re-write the Research Professional platform, which has allowed us to rapidly deliver a series of functional improvements into a complex architecture.
We currently contribute to an open source project of our own, a Python-based timesheet application called Jiffy. We have also contributed to the Spring Framework, Tomcat Maven Plugin, Noda Time and Jasper projects.
If you are interested in talking about these or any other project contact us here.