Media players for TVs
- The company creates and manages more than 5,000 point-of-care content delivery solutions across 50 American states.
- Clinics to deliver a better experience to their patients by serving content in waiting rooms that could engage patients in the clinic waiting rooms
- Patients to be more aware of their medical condition using condition tailored content and targeted advice
- Drug manufacturers and healthcare product manufacturers reach their target audience using highly targeted advertising
- The company's Linux media player platform for the TVs in the clinic waiting rooms was a major success. However, the off-the-counter mobile device management solution from Canonical wasn't meeting the demands of regular updates and good control over the field devices.
- The clinics wanted a personal content device so that doctors in examination rooms could communicate better with patients increasing patient engagement and increasing rates of recovery from medical conditions. The company also wanted a custom mobile device management solution tailored for android tablets in the long term.
- The ad format(Adobe Flash) from the drug manufacturers was hard to reuse as is on the Android tablet platform
- Android custom ROM development
- Software backbone for remote device management using Rails
- Evolving application architecture consulting
- Android app development
- Linux media player development
- Production monitoring systems
- Analytics systems
- Advertiser workflow management
- Created a tablet solution on Android to deliver content that doctors could use to educate patients about their condition
- Customized the Android stock ROM to support Adobe Flash(R) based banner ads, a major source of revenue for the content platform
- Replaced the OTC remote device management solution (Landscape from Canonical) for Linux TV media players to meet the needs of the business case
- Replaced the OTC remote device management solution (Airwatch) for Android tablets with a custom solution that was leaner and designed for the use case of field devices with poor internet
- 3 pairs of programmers worked in a continuous delivery mode to push a new feature to production once every 2 days reducing the time between a business decision and its implementation
- More than 4,000 devices in the field with an addition of about 1,500 devices in the last 12 months
- Multunus team trained the captive software development team in agile practices, clean code practices and in Android customization best practices and transitioned the maintenance of the platform
- 2 functional defects reported by the customer in 14 months of engagement
- Pushed over-the-air updates of software as well as firmware once every week
- Increased ad sales by 275% in about 8 months as a result of better analytics data of user interaction with the content
- 87% patients found the content to be useful
"YES! A few minutes after you called I noticed it was making some changes on its own. If you guys told the TV to do that without touching it, this is amazing technology! That is really cool stuff!"
- Office Manager at a clinic
“I liked the diets and recipes that were broadcast on the programming that can help me with my diabetes.”
- A patient in New York (Our end customer)