ADF Case Study and how it revolutionized Standard Forwarding a Redstone Customer, now published on Oracle.com
Redstone is proud to announce that Oracle has recently published our ADF (Application Development Framework) & WebCenter case study on its corporate website. This is the second Redstone case study published on Oracle.com. See DCSD case study here.
Standard Forwarding’s case study is an in-depth value-added look at the capabilities of Oracle ADF, WebCenter Content & Capture, JEE & WebLogic and how Standard Forwarding, Oracle and Redstone worked together to save $350,000 in annual invoicing costs, while providing better service to more customers.
Standard Forwarding has grown 18% in last 12 months with 0% increase in Customer service staff.
Standard Forwarding has increased revenue by 30% in last 2 years
“The recent case study published on Oracle’s corporate website is an excellent way for Standard Forwarding to be recognized for their significant achievements”, states John Klein, Principal at Redstone.
Please read the entire case study Standard Forwarding ADF Case Study
For further information regarding WebCenter solutions, please contact Redstone here
For further information regarding Standard Forwarding, please visit the company website at www.standardforwarding.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This initiative contributed to Redstone’s recent ADF Specialization; you can read more about that here
Written by: Michael Lawrence
DISE, from Display Evolution, is a digital signage platform targeted at advertising, public and corporate information. DISE’s main goal is to present content to viewers with high quality, dynamic playback, with full control and reliability.
DISE is being used at Redstone to show dynamic content. With clear messages and material which is constantly being updated; DISE positively impacts our employees and customers. DISE can display current information from multiple mediums simultaneously. For example, the webpage object connects to REST APIs which allows you to consume information from a virtually limitless amount of sources. DISE also provides a slurper for parsing, which allows you to clean up all otherwise cluttered data and makes it readable on the DISE platform.
How we did it: Redstone Use Case
Display unfinished assignments from our online task manager
Insert a webpage object into a scene
Within the DISE Composer, implement a webpage object into your scene.
Locate your task manager’s API
Once you’ve found the task manager’s API, you need to manipulate it to show the information you wish to see. We manipulated ours to give information on unfinished assignments.
After finding the correct URL, implement that into your code
We used the text editor Notepad++ all Redstone implementations. You need to take the URL you decided on from your API (see previous step), and put that into your code. Now is where a parser/slurper came in useful.
Connect your webpage object to the controller file via the webpage objects properties tab
Now that your code is ready, we needed to make the same changes on the composer. Within the properties tab on your webpage object, connect your editor file to the webpage object.
Redstone is excited to release our annual training survey results!
According to survey results gathered during 2012, 100% of class participants rate the Overall Value of Redstone class curriculum as either "Good" or "Excellent". Additionally, 100% of class participants gave a "Good" or "Excellent" Overall Rating for Redstone training instructors.
Redstone customers are asked a variety of curriculum and instructor-related questions. These questions are asked during class to make sure initial objectives are in sync with course deliverables. Early feedback allows for "in flight" curriculum changes and/or enhancements. Additionally, survey questions are asked at the conclusion of class to ensure agenda items have been discussed and demonstrated and expectations have been met.
All survey responses are strictly confidential and protected by law. Findings in today's data include:
"Class is going well. The setup was terrific...very simple and not a distraction from the material in any way. The guys like your instructor, so that is half the battle." Jody Chmielewski, Sr. Project Manager, Avantia, Inc.
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