Velopad GmbH, a European company that provides bike and scooter parkings, approached us with an exciting project. They were launching a new online platform for bicyclists and bike service centers, known as CTfix. Their aim was to create an Uber-like mobile solution for on-the-spot bike repairing, and they required full technical background support for its design, development, deployment, and maintenance.
We provided full technical background support for the CTfix project launched by Velopad GmbH. Our responsibility was to design, develop, deploy, and maintain an Uber-like mobile solution for on-the-spot bike repairing. The important conditions for the development were the implementation of a flexible and scalable infrastructure based on AWS, as well as the native development of mobile applications.
We started with the discovery stage to finalize all requirements, design the solution architecture, and create a cloud infrastructure that complies with GDPR. We also composed a realistic development plan.
As a result, the CTfix platform consists of a customer mobile app to create and pay for repair requests, a mobile app for service providers and their employees to monitor inbound requests and process service, and a web-based administrative panel to control the entire solution.
The delivered product provided our client with a flexible, robust, and scalable solution with a wide range of functionality. The CTfix platform met all client's needs and was noted for the following features:
We are grateful to our client for their consistent support and active involvement in the development process.
As a result, we provided to our client a flexible, robust, and scalable solution with wide functionality.
We used AWS services to build reliable infrastructure for the backend and launched several applications:
The solution can also be noted by such features:
and much more.
We are very grateful to our client for consistent support and active involvement in the development process.
For this project, we employed the following technologies and tools: