Knights of Columbus Responsive Rearchitecture
March 15, 2016
Working with a small team of experienced professionals, Empisys contributed to the rearchitecture of a portfolio of Web sites for the Knights of Columbus in 2014-2016. The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic charity and service organization providing fraternal and family membership, insurance, financial counseling, charitable support, and advocacy in social and spiritual areas to millions of people worldwide. This project provided the Knights with a fully modernized front end for their suite of Web sites, with advanced responsive features enabling usage on both desktop and mobile platforms. Front end technology employed for this project include Angular (Bootstrap), HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, Google API, and Rollbar. Toolsets that our team utilized for development included Git, Grunt, Bower, Heroku, Jasmine, and Sauce.

Knights of Columbus    Knights of Columbus
Advanced UX Monitoring Application for Morgan Stanley
Nov 26, 2012
Empisys developed a distributed application to capture and quantify user experience metrics for Morgan Stanley in 2011-2013. Morgan Stanley is a leading New York-based financial institution which provides investment banking and asset management services to companies and individuals worldwide. Technologies employed for this project included HTML, Javascript, jQuery, AJAX, ASP.Net, financial data APIs, and proprietary MSSB financial applications and services.

Morgan Stanley Smith Barney
Empisys Scores Big on NBA Dynasty Fantasy Sports Game
March 15, 2011
Empisys spent the first quarter of 2011 building user interfaces for the NBA Dynasty social sports game built by Playdom. NBA Dynasty is an innovative game built on the Facebook application platform that allows players to build teams with their favorite players from any period in NBA history, and to compete with their friends' teams. Empisys' consulting work on this project during the intense pre-release crunch helped the dev team to launch a fun, eye-catching, high-quality game which fully met expectations for functionality and scalability. Technologies employed included Javascript and jQuery, Java, Redis, MySQL, Apache Tomcat, Playdom and Facebook APIs.

NBA Dynasty
Empisys Delivers Innovative Energy Monitoring Web App
Dec 22, 2010
Empisys built the Ergy Web app for remote energy usage monitoring and statistical reporting. The Ergy UI uses custom Shockwave Flash controls to implement virtual instrumentation. Instrument data is read using AJAX calls to a Web-based data API for live updates of charts. In addition to the virtual instrument UI, Empsis built user registration, session management, email notification, user account management, and system administration components of this application.

Ergy virtual instruments
Bizpad Business+Personal Information Management App
Opens to the Public!
July 14, 2010
Bizpad is now open to the public! Bizpad is a super-easy yet powerful tool for project and contact management. It makes creating, sharing, and tracking of your projects, tasks, documents, and notes as easy as writing notes on a pad of paper. Share projects and coordinate tasks with your contacts just by entering their email address: Bizpad does the rest!

Bizpad's main page

Bizpad is a Cloud-hosted Web application built using HTML, jQuery and AJAX. Bizpad is compatible with all modern browsers, including Microsoft Internet Explorer 7-10, Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Opera, and Safari on iPhone/iPad. The Bizpad services are built on LAMP (Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP), a RESTful API, Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and Simple Storage Service (S3). Visit Bizpad now to see the demo and sign up for a free trial!

Bizpad has been developed by Empisys as lead developer in partnership with Xiosoft.

Empisys Delivers Diagnostics For Windows HPC Pack 2008 R2 Beta 2
March 24, 2010
Empisys announces the delivery of diagnostics components which have been developed in collaboration with Microsoft's HPC division. These diagnostics will be packaged with Microsoft Windows HPC Pack 2008 R2. They provide built-in self-test capabilities to the Windows HPC Server cluster as well as providing reference examples of diagnostics tests for other developers' reference. Windows HPC Pack 2008 R2 is available for download from the Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 Beta Program page.
Empisys Opens Pearl Street Office
Feb 12, 2010
Empisys has opened an office on Pearl Street in Boulder in conjunction with DS47. Pearl Street is a hotbed of small, innovative technology companies which we will leverage to find partners and opportunities. It's also a very nice place to work! Check out this story from the Boulder Daily Camera about Pearl Street's culture of small innovative firms:
Above the hustle of the Pearl Street Mall, Boulder companies coming up with bright ideas

Vitality has lured many companies to the Pearl Street Malls second-floor offices. Along with the typical law and accounting firms that tend to settle in a city's downtown office spaces, the mall has drawn entrepreneurs in the creative-innovation fields. ... The second-story offices on the five blocks of Boulder's downtown pedestrian mall are home to seven green-energy businesses, nine architectural or design firms and more than 20 businesses that fall under the "creative/marketing/advertising/media" moniker.

Empisys-Developed Parallel VisIt Engine Models Human Anatomy
on Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 cluster
Jan 1, 2010
Empisys generated high-resolution scientific visualizations of a skeleton model derived from the National Library of Medicine's Visible Human Project female data set using a custom parallel engine based on LLNL VisIt 1.12.0 running on a 64 processor Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 cluster. The video below shows this skeleton model.
Empisys-Developed Parallel VisIt Engine Models Hurricane Data
on Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 cluster
Dec 11, 2009
Empisys generated a high-resolution movie showing a simulation of a large hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico using data published by the University Center for Atmospheric Research (UCAR). This simulation was generated using a custom parallel engine based on LLNL VisIt 1.12.0 running on a Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 cluster. The video below shows this hurricane simulation.
Empisys-Developed Parallel VisIt Engine Generates virtual Frog Anatomy Movie
Dec 1, 2009
Empisys generated high-resolution scientific visualizations of frog anatomy using data from the Stanford Virtual Creatures project. This simulation was generated using a custom parallel engine based on LLNL VisIt 1.12.0 running on a Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 cluster. The video below shows this frog simulation.
Empisys Building Leading-Edge Business Application
Using AJAX, LAMP, Cloud Technologies
Sept 15, 2009
Empisys has been engaged to build a dynamic Web application to provide valuable services to businesses and individuals. This application will be implemented using leading-edge distributed SOA technologies, including an AJAX client, LAMP service layer, and RESTful service API. It will run on the scalable, reliable Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform. Details of this project will remain confidential until the public version 1.0 launch, so watch this space for updates!
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