Custom Application Development
Client Services will assist departments in designing customized Filemaker database applications that are specific to the needs of a department. A few examples include databases that track prospective students, schedule auditions, track information on digital photos, track study hall hours, etc.
To make a request for this customized service, please complete a Project Request Form.
Information Systems & Services
Information Systems & Services provides programming services for the campus, primarily for administrative/operational needs related to the University's enterprise information systems. These services include database design and implementation (Oracle preferred), web programming (.Net), SQL scripting, batch programming, and report creation (Crystal Reports). Limited developer resources are allocated on the basis of timing, complexity, and priority of the request. Complete a Request for Application Programming (RAP) form, linked below, and send to Steven Kucera
Requst for Application Programming
Internet Services provides custom application development and support for a limited number of specialized applications. Developers within the organization have skills in a variety of scripting and programming languages and several relational databases. Developers have experience with a wide range of application environments and areas of specialization including academic needs, administrative systems, workflow projects and more. Development is typically structured in the following phases:
- Requirements Definition
- Project Plan & Scope definition
- Data Definition
- Testing & User Acceptance
- Ongoing Support if Required
Projects are driven from end user requirements and the end user or sponsor of the project is included throughout the process. Project plans are documented in Project Office and updated regularly.
A few of the custom systems developed and supported by Internet Services include:
If you need a specialized application or system, please contact your departmental representative
, or you may contact the Director of Internet Services, Randy Woodruff
Reviewed February 25, 2014