Over the past three months the team at Red Pill Development has been working closely with Salvation Army to develop redpill Mobile. Two weeks ago we went live deploying a portfolio of 24 applications for the US Southern Territory. This project represents the first implementation of a concept we refer to as Asymmetric Modernization. A process that allows entire portfolios of Notes applications to be modernized without the inherent problems associated with traditional application-centric approaches.
redpill Mobile is a single Notes database. When installed on a Domino server it provides a mobile interface for an entire portfolio of Notes applications. A basic configuration can typically be established in a few hours. At Salvation Army we provided a mobile interface for 38 applications in less than a day. In later testing using the Lotus Nifty Fifty we were able to add a basic mobile interface to 100 Notes application in 35 minutes. Customization to meet the specific needs of each application will typically require less than one hour per application. Many applications need no customization at all.
The redpill approach extends the functionality provided by the existing applications rather than replacing it. Because there are no changes made to the applications there is a significant reduction in both cost and risk. The asymmetric approach allows us to provide a mobile capability to all Notes applications. This means no application need be left behind.
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