Customer Success Stories
Virtimo is a leading software manufacturer and IT consulting company headquartered in Berlin. With over a decade of experience in the industry, Virtimo knows what works best for streamlining its digital solution development. This case study aims to showcase how Sencha Ext JS is utilized to simplify their BPC application.
Our mission as an IT consulting company is to guide our customers on the path of digital transformation by reducing complexity for them. Vice versa, Sencha Ext JS has reduced complexity for us in the development of our BPC, enabling us to very quickly create a complex user interface that can be dynamically adapted to the given configuration.
Scheuring AG, a Switzerland-based consulting practice service and solutions software developer company utilizing Sencha Ext JS to solve its pain points, empowering them to write better software and provide improved quality, efficiency, and feature-rich performance for their customers.
The Sencha grid is the key element of resSolution and hyperManager. Ext JS and its other components have really helped us refine our business approach.
Icube, an industrial digitization company in Switzerland, used Sencha Ext JS to power their highly sophisticated digital platforms, MilkPay and EVA, to automate transactions and improve operational efficiencies for local milk producers and cheese factories.
Being able to evolve quickly was very important to us. We are growing fast and require a solid technology which would enable us to implement new features and customize them pretty
quickly. Ext JS delivers exactly that, plus it provides us the scalability that has made MilkPay so successful.
—Gaylord Falque, Product Development Manager, Icube.
HISCOM, a Japan-based services and solutions company offers vending machine operation and logistics solutions for beverage manufacturers and sake brewing companies.
Sencha Ext JS and Embarcadero’s RAD Studio enables the company to design and deploy a highly productive AI-enabled vending machine operation and logistics platform.
With Sencha’s rich set of components and RAD Server’s flexible data sharing and collaborating features, we have successfully built a system to standardize vending machine field operations and expect to enhance field operator productivity by 120%.
—Takeyuki Watanabe, Operations Planning and Promotion Manager at HISCOM.
Sencha powers Las Cumbres Observatory’s software user interface that controls and monitors a network of twenty-three fully robotic telescopes stationed in seven different parts of the world. Las Cumbres Observatory’s mission is to support and advance the understanding of the universe through science and education.
We couldn’t have created such a sophisticated control interface without Sencha GXT. We love using the Sencha product given the high level of abstraction...you really don’t have to be a web developer to use the product.
Mark Bowman, Software Engineering Manager at Las Cumbres Observatory
Kaseware, a cloud-based investigative management and intelligence analytics solution, used Ext JS to design a versatile platform that combats threats arising from corporate fraud to law enforcement and beyond. The single solution platform tackles incident threat to resolution for cybercrime, retail fraud, school violence, narcotics, criminal investigations and similar global evil actors.
With Ext JS we were able to better enforce security within our code base. Ext JS provides a secure set of components to build our web-based and mobile platform and gives us the capability to customize the app the way we want.
— Dorian Deligeorges, CEO & Founder, Kaseware, and former FBI Special Agent
Ext JS equips Hospital Aleman—a leading private hospital headquartered in Buenos Aires, Argentina— and their healthcare staff with an interoperable and secure oncology and home health system to closely monitor patient health and enhance clinical communication and workflows.
Sencha’s Ext JS framework enables Dr. Marc Halfon’s bioinformatics research lab at SUNY, Buffalo, to develop a public database that advances research on DNA sequence and gene regulation. Using Ext JS components, the research team was able to create and deploy a robust user-interface with the ability to efficiently handle large data queries.
Ticketmaster, the global leader in live event ticketing, chose Sencha ExtReact to power their enterprise app with modern features for smarter in-app decision making. Shifting to Sencha’s grid solution for intuitive data visualization enabled faster time-to-market and significantly boosted developer productivity.
The biggest value add was the predictability of the Sencha Solution.
— John Uetz, Lead Product Manager at , Ticketmaster
Real Capital Markets chose to use Ext JS for its marketing and business intelligence solution, which is designed and developed specifically for commercial real estate. The company powers 50% of all sales of commercial real estate in the U.S. By using Ext JS, Real Capital Markets developed intuitive, easy-to-use interfaces that work on any device size. Plus it allowed the development teams to focus on their core competencies of building industry-specific solutions for customers.
Governance.io chose to use Ext JS to build their governance, compliance and risk management application for desktop and mobile. Ext JS provided a feature-rich and extensible UI component library, including the grid that is unmatched by any other framework for working with large and complex datasets. By leveraging Ext JS Charts, Governance.io enables their customers to build complex yet intuitive visualizations and dashboards of their data and gain valuable insights.
CERN uses GXT to build the web interface of the EDMS system. It stores information about the design, manufacturing, testing, and maintenance of various pieces of equipment installed at CERN, both on surface and below surface, in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) tunnel. The LHC is the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator. It took thousands of scientists, engineers and technicians decades to plan and build, and it continues to operate at the very boundaries of scientific knowledge.
Canadian Blood Services used Ext JS to build Canada's organ donation registry. The registry is very a complex system and required a robust, stable framework with UI components out of the box. Ext JS offered object-oriented development, a class system, code modularity and reuse, as well as key components, such as the grid, which allowed the developers to be efficient and deliver the project on time.
Greentree International provides ERP software for mid-tier companies. The company chose Ext JS, Sencha Touch and Cmd to transform its desktop application into a browser-based product across multiple devices. Using the Sencha theming guide, Greentree found it easy to create a customized look and feel.
Learn how The Nielsen Company used Ext JS and Sencha Cmd to build its web-based reporting platform which provides flexible on-the-fly processing to generate insights from consumer data. By using Ext JS, the Answers On-Demand® suite of applications is mobile friendly, has consistent theming across all of the applications, and includes a reusable set of components that were easy to extend. Nielsen uses Sencha Cmd, and has integrated it with Gradle, to package, build, and deploy applications.
Williams, a publicly-traded (NYSE: WMB) Fortune 500 company focused on energy infrastructure, used Ext JS and Sencha Architect to provide near real-time monitoring and alarming of assets in the field including meters, compressor stations, dehydrators, and more
Xero used Ext JS to develop an online, cloud-based accounting system for SMBs with support for desktops and mobile devices. With Ext JS, Xero built a rich interface and a web-based flow that allows its customers to view information in familiar and efficient ways.
Sencha GXT allowed us to take our years of large-scale app dev experience and transition to a high-performance, highly scalable, web-centric platform in a very short time. We’re able to give our users a great experience and unquestionable value.
— Dean Zarras, President & CEO, Logic9s