Great design that keeps on giving.
Love’s passion for great design informed Codence’s recent development of its Community Health Log app. The app, built within weeks of the advent of COVID-19, provides pandemic exposure metrics to organizations with large campuses.
Community Health Log was originally created for one of Codence’s Fortune-100 clients. But the client greenlighted Codence to offer a general version of the app – for free – to any organization that needed it. The app even includes QR codes for organizations that don’t have a badge system in place. The codes can be printed and taped to facility entrances, creating a simple, easy-to-implement sign-in system that employees can access with their phones. In the event of illness, employers can quickly and easily identify who else was exposed.
The Codence team is also proud of an app it recently reimagined for a Colorado-based commercial property management company. W.W. Reynolds owns, manages, and leases more than 3 million square feet of commercial space, but they were struggling to streamline work request management for asks like building repairs and maintenance.
Codence rebuilt the layout of the company’s app to make it more intuitive. It also created a single-screen batch approval interface. Instead of searching through records, supervisors at W.W. Reynolds can quickly view a list of all requests, review them, and approve with one click.
Love says he’s also proud of a project Codence recently completed for a manufacturing client in New Mexico. The client wanted to update a paper-based job-tracking system they suspected was slowing their manufacturing process. Using FileMaker, Codence built a custom app and deployed it to the company’s iPad devices. Within months of deployment, the manufacturer saw a 30% increase in production output.
“That 30% went straight to the bottom line,” Love says. “It was incredible.”