• QBurst has successfully completed the edocr API project
    January 19, 2009
    QBurst has successfully completed the edocr API project. edocr is the leading document sharing website on the Internet. Now your applications can interact with edocr to find, read and store documents. You can get an API key from http://www.edocr.com/api/services. QBurst has implemented OAuth for allowing secure API authorization to edocr.
  • Proud moment for Crickees.com
    January 17, 2009
    The Crickees Tournament Hosting platform is being used to host the Technopark cricket tournament 2008-09 online. Following its success, the platform is set to host the 14th Celestial Trophy cricket tournament 2009. The Crickees Cricket Tournament Hosting platform provides details regarding match schedules, results, stats, and scorecards of the tournament. Additionally, tournament updates can be posted online for the convenience of the participating teams and the specatators to keep abreast of the tournament progress.
  • DesigNET, engages QBurst to develop a BI application
    January 10, 2009
    DesigNET, a company based in Massachusetts, USA, has engaged QBurst to create a data warehouse and Business Intelligence application to capture and analyze call-detail-records from video-conference calls. The goal is to create a product that will help large enterprises realize maximum return from their investments in video conferencing systems. The QBurst team will build a warehouse of call-detail-records and use BI tools like Pentaho or Talend to analyze the data and find connection problems.
  • INP+ entrusts QBurst to build MIS
    December 27, 2008
    INP+ (Indian Network for People Living with HIV/AIDS), a Community Based Organization (CBO), engages QBurst to build a web-based data gathering and management information system. INP+ has state and district-level networks spread throughout India. QBurst’s web-based solution will allow these district and state level networks to access the system and provide relevant services to the members of the organization. This is QBurst’s first project for an NGO/non-profit organization.