Category: Industry

Customer Success: Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust

Developing IT solutions to support research for new, more effective and efficient treatments for heart and lung disease. Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust is a partnership of two specialist hospitals, known throughout the world for their expertise, standard of care, and research success.  RBH has achieved incredible things: performing the first successful heart and lung transplant in Britain,...

Customer Success: Big Pharma

Last week we talked to a Principal Scientist (let’s call him Ken) at one of the worlds largest pharmaceutical companies. Ken gave us some really great insight into why and how they use SmartClient. Ken’s organization provides software support (at varying levels) for thousands of in-house scientists scattered across “innumerable areas of expertise and roles”. Scientists come to his group when they need...

Tahoe Spotted in the Wild

Early Adopter of Tahoe SalesDriven (BPM and CRM application provider) adopted our Tahoe skin before it was even released. We thought you might like to see it in action. (Note: You can learn more about the Tahoe skin and how to get it here). Project Management SalesDriven’s project management capabilities feature filterable grids with grouping and multi-level summaries, and charts to...

Java Ecosystem Insights, Free Cloud Expo Pass … and One More Thing

  Exec Insights on the State of the Java Ecosystem Tom Smith from DZone recently interviewed Isomorphic CTO, Charles Kendrick, and several other execs, to get insights into the state of the Java ecosystem. Tom’s article was published in Dzone’s Guide to Modern Java. A few of the highlights were: The open source community is driving more innovation than Oracle Java continues to...

Is ‘lightweight’ always a good thing?

Business applications are supposed to improve productivity. That is why they exist. However, as developers, we sometimes get excited about a newly released technology and the benefits it claims. We can then end up adopting technology that actually degrades the final product – creating a less productive UI, and even ruining performance, despite promising performance claims. At Isomorphic, we see...

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