Recent Technology Projects



Data Collections and Warehousing


Community Planning and Advocacy Counsel (CPAC)
Designed and built information management systems that allows CPAC to gather specific client indicator and tracking information from partner organizations. Systems deliver information from multiple services providers directly into EDTEC hosted databases. CPAC staff access information for evaluation and analysis purposes through database transfers from the EDTEC servers within secure transfer environments. A leveled security system allows CPAC to control data access to partner organizations.

Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative
Designed and built an Internet-based information collection system for use by multiple service providers. The system allows on-going collection and updating of client health data. A layered security system allows designated users to access previously specified data. The administration component gives the client maximum flexibility in set-up, access, information export and reporting.

Camden County Workforce Investment Board
Designed and built Internet-based client tracking system for use by multiple service providers. The system allows providers to track the progress of adult training program participants by managing enrollment, progress, completion and placement information. A layered security system allows designated users to access previously specified data. Administration system functions include record updating, data aggregation and reporting.


Database Driven Website Development


CAMConnect (www.camconnect.org)
Designed and built an Internet presence for this data organization. The website houses information within a searchable database environment publicly accessible through the website interface. Planned features include a searchable data warehouse that allows users to access Camden neighborhood level data through user-friendly query screens. Data sets include neighborhood population, health, crime, housing and economic indicators. The administration component allows the client to load documents directly to a secured section of the website.

National Organization of African Americans in Housing (www.noaah.org)
Designed and built an Internet presence for this national advocacy organization. This database driven site is designed to give the client maximum flexibility in updating the site daily. The system administration component allows the client to post new information to the homepage through a user-friendly web interface. The client can upload documents, establish links, customize a conference registration template and archive old postings to designated folders.

Youth Entrepreneurship (www.camdenyouth.net)
Designed and built an interactive database driven website that includes a data warehouse, an interactive distance learning tool and a collaborative component. Users can review numerous documents to enhance entrepreneurship education programs, create, update and print a business plan on-line and post messages to a monitored collaborative component.


On-line Information Reporting & Surveying Systems


US Department of Housing and Urban Development
Designed and built multiple Internet-based reporting systems to deliver electronic program reports to HUD. Systems allowed for monthly input of information from multiple training and technical assistance providers located across the country. Systems performed data aggregation functions for exporting to word processing software allowing the client to easily manipulate information for inclusion in published reports.

Neighborhood Center for Enterprise Development
Designed and built an Internet-based survey system that allowed participants from across the country to complete survey questionnaires by visiting the EDTEC website. Survey information was automatically downloaded and housed in a SQL database for aggregation and analysis.