Our customer base has ranged throughout the US and Canada, from California to Edmonton and Vancouver to Halifax. Most of the software our customers use is custom built, and we maintain it using the internet. We built, managed and operated two in-house AJAX SaaS applications, and we host websites on two continents.
We offer computer programming for development and maintenance in the following areas:
We have systems design, implementation and customisation experience to offer in numerous industries:
We are familiar with network administration in a mixed Windows and Unix environment. As long time users of the LAMP stack, we know how to use Linux effectively as both a server and a desktop. We can help you
Search Engine Optimisation means improving your website ranking on search results. When done independently of paid advertising it is a combination of art and science.
We moved our hosting to Hostgator when we found it more reliable than our internal facility and less costly to maintain. Hostgator served us well for many years, but price increases led us to move to Hostinger for much lower rates. Both have good tools and options, including security and backup, and though we formerly recommended Hostgator, we now recommend Hostinger with confidence based on pricing and our recent experience of their services and reliability.
We focus on Linux and Open Source where possible. We believe they offer the best for long term total cost of ownership. We can supply hardware and software to get you running with Linux and help you plan and implement sensible networking and internet strategies.
Track Heat is a web services based system to aid ISO compliance using barcode technology for inventory, document and chemistry tracking by heat lot in a steel roll processing and remanufacturing environment. It is particularly suitable to the manufacture of slit coils, tubing, bars and beams. It would potentially be useful in similar industries that make coils and turn them into lot bundles, such as wire and paper manufacturing.
Call Tracker is designed to aid compliance with the Canadian DNCL (do not call list) regulations introduced in September of 2008. It supports a company DNCL and provides contact management for permission based marketing. By combining the NDNCL, company DNCL, contact data and directory listings, you can quickly and easily identify callable numbers. A log of all activity aids in showing due diligence and simplifies investigation for compliance.
IBIS Inc began in 1985, led by Robert Turner, Sanford Moore and John Turner, to sponsor the development of system software for the ICL System25 minicomputer.
Today IBIS is still operated by one of its three original founders, John Turner, who began his computing career working on manufacturing and MRP/ERP systems in Europe. His experience expanded to embrace distribution, route sales accounting, mailing and publishing, education, retail point of sale and supply chain management. Though much of this experience has been on mainframe and mini computers, John is also familiar with PCs, LANs and WANs. John authored several systems software products with world distribution and holds a BSc from the University of Waterloo.
Beginning in the 1990's IBIS formed an association with GTS Computer Systems (mobile handheld computing, inventory control and route sales) and Saldanha Software Services (custom programming and systems analysis) around distribution software on the HP-3000 series minicomputer. As a direct development IBIS produced a wireless route sales accounting package for internet deployment using Windows CE.
For several years IBIS cooperated closely with Computer Partners of Kitchener-Waterloo, providers of POS (Point of Sale) and ERP (Enterprise Requirements Planning) systems for retailers and manufacturers locally and internationally. The relationship continued as the ownership and management of Computer Partners changed. Though Computer Partners has ceased operations, IBIS continues to provide support for some of their Progress based POS and MXP ERP users.
IBIS currently offers Linux support, services for Progress database users, custom program development and web site design. IBIS has moved into SEO (getting your web page noticed) and the development of SaaS (Software as a Service) and is now an ASP (Application Service Provider) developing and supporting applications for internet deployment.
IBIS is well positioned to offer a wealth of computing knowledge and experience to help you with your technology needs.