Share Your Success Story and Win with Telerik
The contest for success stories of applications built with Telerik's ASP.NET MVC Extensions is now over. Thanks to all who participated and shared their experience with our product!
Here is the list of our four award-winning applications:
First-place award of five Ultimate Collection licenses goes to:
Company: Paylocity, a company providing Payroll, Human Resources, Tax Filing, and Time and Labor Management software solutions through the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model.
Project: Paylocity Web Time
When Paylocity acquired Web Time, a product which already had many customers successfully using it as their Time & Labor Management (TLM) solution, the company set several goals for themselves to improve it. First, they wanted to replace the existing user interface with a much more modern look and feel. In addition to that, Paylocity wanted to enhance the product's user experience and productivity and deliver a reliable product that is much easier to improve and support. When evaluating their options for third-party UI components, they chose the Telerik Extensions for ASP.NET MVC and at the end of the day, the suite brought them a return of 15 times the annual cost of the project.
Second-place award of three Ultimate Collection licenses goes to:
Company: Structure (X), a systems integrator with a focus on providing technical, integration and development services to the healthcare industry.
Project: Picture Archiving and Communication Server
The company wanted to reengineer and redesign the architecture and user experience of a Picture Archiving and Communication Server solution in order to turn it into a more maintainable, better-performing and more adaptable commercial solution. This objective suggested moving from an ASP.NET 2.0 based web interface to a more standards-based and HTML-friendly ASP.NET MVC 2.0 interface. Structure (X) considered the Telerik Extensions for ASP.NET MVC to be the best solution for them, since the suite offered stable, single-vendor platform featuring all the rich functionality to the newer MVC2 framework. As a result of their choice, the company managed to achieve a clean, Metro-inspired interface that was consistent in both performance and style across a wide variety of modern web browsers. Structure (X) reported that Telerik’s ASP.NET MVC extensions reduced the project’s development time by 30%.
Two third-place awards of one Ultimate Collection license each go to:
Company: QSoft, a software company specializing in the provision of technology solutions to businesses of all sizes, in all sectors, all over the world.
Project: The Time Sheet
When QSoft started working on turning Time Sheet into a standing-out-from-the-competition employee time management application, the company wanted it to feature exceptional functionalities, intuitive and aesthetic user interface, ease of use and high performance. Facing several big challenges, such as time, resources and budget, they figured they needed open source third party tools, if they were to meet all requirements. When QSoft tried the Telerik Extensions for ASP.NET MVC, they found that the components fit the company’s design, development and project needs the best. By using almost all Telerik’s MVC controls to build their project, the company managed to cut development time by 20%.
Company: Vigilaris, a leading, multi-award winning company offering Health and Safety training.
Project: Online Booking System
Vigilaris undertook a project requiring the redevelopment of an online booking system. They needed to turn the non-.NET application with limited functionality into a robust, extensible and user friendly modern application. Looking at the project requirements, the company decided to build it on ASP.NET MVC. Going for the Telerik Extensions for ASP.NET MVC as their choice for third-party UI components, the company managed to considerably speed up their development thanks to the rich and versatile offering of the suite and the responsive Telerik support specialists. Vigilaris admit using Telerik’s ASP.NET MVC extensions saved around 20 man days on a project that took 70 man days in total.