Success Stories

MLB.TV®

MLB.TV®, the online video player for MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL®, streams over 2,500 games live and on-demand to 500,000 subscribers worldwide. The online experience allows fans to enjoy many more features than the standard television experience provides and do so even if they’re far from their home team.

ADOBE

Adobe has long occupied a top spot in the delivery of online streaming content. Their Primetime solution is used by many of the world’s top brands to deliver content from sporting events to feature films and original content.

KEYSER

Keyser needed a way to manage the intricacies of ordering, distributing and installing items within the Quick Service Restaurant market. The average Quick Service Restaurant only has enough storage for the food products needed for daily operation, so when performing major changes or renovations, the arrival of new items must be timed with the arrival of the various professionals to install or prepare a site, including electricians, plumbers and others, extremely precisely.

Herff Jones

Herff Jones engaged Digital Primates to reduce the response time of most requests by 2/3rds, increase user satisfaction with the system from 25% to 95%, and increase the system’s uptime from 80% to 98%.

These goals had to be met while still ensuring the existing system was available for sales representatives and students alike.

Thrasys

Digital Primates has worked with Thrasys repeatedly to help bring their innovative products to market. The Thrasys’ eXtended Network family of products (XNet) include breakthrough technologies to define domain and data models for networked enterprises, configure and assemble flexible JSON-based RESTful APIs, implement business rules and bind configurable workflows to customizable Internet Application interfaces.

Flip.com

Digital Primates performed a Flex application Migration for CondéNet, the Internet unit of Condé Nast Publications. CondéNet wanted to extend the brand of flip.com and allow users to create and share online scrapbooks of their photos, audio, and video clips.

CondéNet already built their scrapbook creator and player in Flex but needed a new application version for users who wanted to embed the viewer on social media and networking sites.