Project Overviews

Client List

We have experience working with government agencies and the private sector. Because our approach is centered on working as part of your team, we maintain long-lasting relationships with our clients.

Some of the clients we have built custom software systems for in recent years include:

  • Landy Litigation Support Group
    • Human Resources Assessment System
  • McMurry Training Center
  • Reglera Corporation
    • Donor Eligibility System
    • Training Tracking Application
  • Warehouse Twenty One
  • Wyoming Department of Workforce Services
    • Wyoming Quality Counts Website
  • Wyoming Governor’s Office
    • Website and content management system
  • Wyoming Department of Employment
  • Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality
  • Wyoming Department of Health
    • State Children's Health Insurance Program’s Intranet Eligibility Application
    • Developmental Disabilities Division’s Intranet Provider Management System
    • Wyoming Client Information System
    • Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Program Application
    • Vital Records System [LINK TO PROJECT BRIEF]
    • Common Client Index Portal
    • PRISM Application
  • Wyoming Office of State Lands and Investments
    • AWISH Project
 

Wyoming Department of Health

Vital Records System

Summary

The Wyoming Department of Health (DOH) required a robust system to process vital records, including data for births, deaths, marriages and divorces. The Vital Records System needed to not only track this information and compile it in a database, but it also needed to make it easier to capture errors during the data entry process to ensure accuracy.

Requirements

The DOH’s existing system performed some of the tasks that the client needed, but it needed to be improved so it would:

  • Help with existing process flows
  • Detect data entry errors
  • Perform a broader range of processes

Additionally, the agency required maintenance and technical support once the system was implemented.

Solution

Working closely with internal IT staff, Gannet Peak’s team observed current workflow and came to a deep understanding of the existing software system. After identifying the areas for improvement in the software and workflow, the team developed a custom solution that brought four independent data modules into one system.

By creating a system that operates on one framework with one receiving system, Gannett Peak streamlined the workflow and made it easier for DOH staff to search the system for data in each category, which allows staff to devote more time to other tasks. The system also tracks which records have been searched and which have been sold to the public, adding a layer of fraud protection and security.

Since the system has been implemented, Gannett Peak has conducted regular maintenance and technical support.

Technologies used

Microsoft Asp.net 3.5, AJAX, J query, SQL server 2008

 

Wyoming Department of Health

State Children’s Health Insurance Program

Summary

In 2008, the Wyoming Department of Health (DOH) purchased a prebuilt system from another state to process children’s health insurance applications. While the system met some of the program’s requirements, it needed a software program that allowed for up-to-date information to be accessed at a moment’s notice.

Requirements

The DOH’s children’s health insurance system required the following:

  • Give instant feedback for eligibility
  • Detect data entry errors
  • Ensure accuracy

The agency was also looking for a company to provide maintenance and technical support once the system was implemented.

Solution

Throughout the project, Gannett Peak worked closely with internal staff to gain a complete understanding of how the system should fit into existing workflow. Once Gannett Peak’s team saw the functionality of the existing system and understood the needs of the staff, they recommended to DOH management that the program be completely rewritten to function seamlessly with the department’s workflow rather than adapting the existing software.

Gannet Peak’s team built a custom software solution that provided broader functionality with a smaller price tag than an “off-the-shelf” program. By creating a custom system, the team was able to meet the various needs of the DOH and its staff. For example, the DOH staff is now able to create and print customized letters within the program. The software also performs all the necessary calculations for insurance eligibility automatically. Since its implementation, the new system has helped the DOH improve their efficiency and provide better service to the people it serves.

Technologies used

Microsoft Asp.net 2.0, AJAX, J query, SQL server 2005

 

Landy Litigation Support Group

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department

Coveted Position Tracking System

Summary

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD), supported by Landy Litigation Support Group (LLSG), needed a system to monitor and track hiring processes for top positions within the department.

Requirements

To accomplish the goals of the Department, the software would need to:

  • Track applicant information
  • Generate standardized oral interviews and written examinations
  • Store all test scores
  • Calculate adverse impact
  • Produce candidate lists

The agency was also looking for a company to provide maintenance and technical support once the system was implemented.

Solution

LLSG was initially looking for a system to generate tests for the LASD to use during the hiring process. During the beginning phases of the project, Gannett Peak’s team saw that they could provide a more robust system that would track applicants from beginning to end. The system guides the hiring committee through each interview and test and will allow them to scan and import test scores. It even helps the LASD to create consistent, competitive job announcements.

The new system will help protect LASD from lawsuits by making the hiring process truly objective and transparent. More than a test generator or database to keep records, the software conducts statistical analysis and ranks candidates so that final decisions are made through data-driven decisions, not personal preferences.

Throughout the software development process, Gannett Peak’s team has traveled to Los Angeles to demonstrate the functionality and make sure the solution fit the needs of the LASD. Once the system was fully implemented, Gannett Peak performed an onsite training and provided staff documentation and training materials, ensuring the LASD’s staff is able to use the system to its full capacity.

Technologies used

Microsoft ASP.Net , Microsoft SQL Sever 2008, Microsoft .Net Framework 3.5, Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, Microsoft C# Development Language