Watersave Australia Client Vertical - Environmental Services Client size - 1-50 employees
Technologies Implemented
C# html Java jquery
Client Description

Watersave Australia created a tool that allows users to monitor their consumption of water, electricity or gas. It shows previous usages and displays them through different types of charts. The tool can also show different amounts of consumption at different times. This allows users to check if there are leakages in schools, houses or buildings. It also has the ability to generate numerous reports.


Partner Description

Leading high quality software developer founded in 2010 with offices in Switzerland and nearly-native English speaking Philippines. Their expanding development team of 70 focuses on Agile / Scrum processes and PHP, Node.JS. Angular.JS, Python, .NET, JAVA, iOS, Android and cross-platform mobile technologies. This Accelerance Partner has developed software for European, Australian and North American markets for clients from small start-ups to high profile opportunities.


Geographical Location
Watersave Australia needed help in using the existing system as a guide to recreate an entire new solution and develop it from scratch.  Due to The Accelerenance Partner's hard work, the project was successful.
What Clients Say About This Partner
"They are versatile and we are able to rely on quality developers without having to search for them ourselves. Very adept at what they do."
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