Swisscom wanted to launch a high end fixed VoIP phone for its fiber optics offering. The device was based on OpenPeak’s OpenFrame, an Intel Atom device with VoIP capabilities and running Flash. Several apps had to be developed specifically for the device, retrieving data from Swisscom Bluewin services, like news, radio, cinema, weather, white and yellow pages.
We evaluated the possibilities of the platform
We coordinated the Swisscom departments involved in the project
We analysed the Bluewin data sources and developed the proxy web services that communicated with the original data sources, provided access restriction and advanced caching features.
We created the GUI together with the Swisscom designer
We implemented several user applications that displayed interactive data from Swisscom’s sources (News, Radio, Weather, Cinema), the local.ch businesses & residents listing database and SBB’s railways timetable
We designed and implemented the welcome screen with customizable widgets and drag and drop features.
We supported Swisscom in their sales activities, e.g. created an functioning online demo
We provided a long term support until the product end of life
More than code
We supported Swisscom on every step of the product creation, including internal coordination and support of sales activities
We were able to provide the missing technical knowledge in Adobe Flash.