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FMS has created a wide range of solutions for commercial and government organizations from improving their operations to matters of life and death. Here is an overview and some of our solutions making a difference everyday:
As a Microsoft Partner for over two decades, FMS has extensive experience creating robust and innovative database solutions for the web, Windows, and mobile platforms.
With Microsoft Visual Studio .NET, SQL Server, Azure Cloud, and Access/Office, we create solutions that target your needs and take advantage of each platform's strengths to improve your productivity.
FMS serves a wide range of organizations including commercial and government both domestically and internationally.
Our government clients include civilian and defense, and include education, health care, housing, intelligence, law enforcement, public works, and more at the local, state, national and international levels.
Our commercial clients include small and large businesses, non-profits, NGOs, universities, and more. We bring this breadth of experience to you.
The Defense Acquisition University (DAU) is one of the largest training organizations in the world.
Our Education Course Management System helps them track their class content and ensure individuals earn their required credentials to perform their assignments.
Our Logistics Support System helps the Pan American Health Organization and six United Nations agencies respond to natural and man-made disasters around the world.
Localizable and deployed in over 80 countries it responds to tragedies such as the earthquakes in Haiti and Chile.
For more examples of our solutions, visit our Portfolio of Success Stories
Mercer Consulting, a global provider of human resources services, chose FMS to enhance an existing application for deployment to their multinational clients. See how they leveraged our commercial software development experience to create a professional quality solution with many enhancements including language localization:
"Although we had ambitious goals and increased the scope mid-stream, this was still one of the smoothest software development projects I've seen. FMS's requirements gathering was flexible and efficient, with helpful quick prototyping to facilitate our decision making. The technical development work was always fast, creative but focused, and thoroughly tested....And project management was a breeze, with thorough monthly tracking and the project coming in ahead of schedule and under budget."
Case Study: Leveraging our Commercial Software Development Expertise
Microsoft selected FMS as one of three consulting firms to feature at their TechEd Conference in Los Angeles, CA.
In this video, Let's Talk about Software Consulting as a Business, learn about the experiences and challenges of running a software consulting business with FMS President Luke Chung.
On the day it debuted, FMS President Luke Chung visited the website Healthcare.gov website for the Affordable Care Act and discovered extensive technical problems. Through a detailed, non-partisan blog post with screenshots of crashes, he provided an assessment on why the site's failures were much deeper than initial claims of too many users. Avoidable problems with management, design, programming, and testing caused the disaster. See how his decades of database application development experience identified the true nature of the problems with suggestions for an improved architecture:
His articles went viral, and he appeared in multiple national publications and news broadcasts.
He was also invited to meet staffers of the House Energy and Commerce Committee who supervise federal technology such as Healthcare.gov, and testified before the House Homeland Security Committee regarding security issues:
Visit our Media Coverage and Congressional Testimony blog posts for more details and additional coverage.
It shouldn't be that difficult....a year later: Designing a Data Entry System Properly; Overhauling the Healthcare.gov Web Site