Woodbourne Solutions developed a web based Strategic Planning System for AOC. It allows users in multiple organizational levels to simultaneously create and update performance objectives and action plans in real time or on a scheduled basis.
Woodbourne Solutions built a custom web application that standardizes the certificate application and automates the entire process for researchers and NIH certificate coordinators.
Woodbourne Solutions built the Grants Funding Application (GFA) a robust, web-based solution to support NICHD's complex funding decision-making process. The business rules that could have been lost with the departure of a key staff member are now embodied in the system.
Woodbourne overhauled the old National Children's Study website, which will be used to coordinate research activities, post public information about the study and its findings, allow online registration for meetings and conferences, and eventually be used to attract study participants.
Woodbourne Solutions built the R&D Reporter using the Microsoft .Net Framework 3.5, C#, and Oracle 10g. The system has a reporting model based upon SSRS. The application is entirely browser-based.
Woodbourne Solutions created a Records Management Center (RMC) for NICHD and leveraged the power of SharePoint. The RMC is a central document repository where NICHD users upload digital documents and capture basic information about related records that exist in other systems.
Woodbourne Solutions designed and built a browser-based version of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome training course for nurses. The online course automates all of the processes required for course administration, including content delivery, test administration, generation and mailing of custom completion certificates and back-office reporting for the accrediting authority.
Woodbourne Solutions designed a web based system for NICHD that accommodates their complicated approval workflow and supports manager evaluations of approved work-at-home arrangements.