Working with bmobile, Mindbase developed an application for issuing and validating mobile concert tickets. Patrons were able to purchase tickets and receive their M-Passes directly on their mobile phones, which allowed them access into the event
As part of a fashion-themed MasterCard promotional event, Mindbase developed a solution that would allow customers to request and receive mobile coupons on their phones that enabled them to receive instant discounts at selected merchants in West Mall.
Apps for Android and BlackBerry devices were developed which allowed TSTT, Flow, T&TEC and WASA customers to pay their bills using their mobile devices without a data connection. SMS was used as the communication mechanism to a robust and secure backend also dev
CNC3 wanted to further engage their audience by increasing their participation in polls and commentary. Mindbase developed a solution that allowed viewers to comment on news stories as well as vote on polls devised by CNC3. Comments as well as the results of polls were generated graphically as well by Mindbase for display on TV screens.
Super Industrial Services, a local Industrial and Contracting Services company wanted a website featuring photo galleries, news and job applications that could be easily managed by non-technical staff. Mindbase designed and developed a Content Managed Site (CMS) for SIS that empowered the business owners to make updates to their site as necessary
Mindbase developed this application to allow Auto Assist to manage calls from vehicles requiring roadside assistance. This secure, user-friendly application facilitated the integration of loosely-structured client data that enabled the operators to respond efficiently to customer calls
With the Association's continued growth, the TTAA's existing membership applications could no longer keep up. Mindbase was able to merge several disparate data stores into one, cohesive application which allowed employees to manage their members, search for relevant data and generate reports for management in a secure, user-friendly manner.
Mindbase built this system which allowed for the scanning of tickets to allow entry and re-entry to the event. Patrons’ tickets (wrist-bands with barcodes) were scanned at the entry point using Motorola Symbol scanners and verified against a database of valid tickets. Patrons wishing to leave the event temporarily had their tickets scanned and pictures taken by the software to prevent fraud. This allowed the ticket holders to be visually identified upon re-entry when their tickets were scanned.