OCC consultants worked closely with an MoD team to develop a new web-fronted solution for controlling the spares inventory for the Army Supply Chain Operations Centre (SCOC). This resulted in a gain in efficiency, reducing costs for the MoD.
OCC worked together with several partners on the European funded research project REACT. REACT's aim was to identify new technological concepts to assist emergency service operators based in the command and control room. OCC used data mining analysis to investigate data and investigated AI-based solutions.
Royal Mail asked OCC to develop a national tactical marketing database solution. The database was to have a clear and easy-to-use interface as well as be capable of holding and intergrating all information relating to marketing activities.
When a leading multinational corporation needed a high-tech electronic filing and manipulation system for their vast image stores, they contacted OCC for help The Pocket Canofile product was built within a local web server so that people could publish large sections of Canon's image databases via the Internet and access browser-based searching facilities.
OCC worked with AbD serotec to produce new software that allows AbD Serotec's technical staff to track the various components of their products and provides an automatic certificate holding all the relevant data.