We were able to support our client Amros-Global in the search for investors. In several iterations, nxt developed a Minimum Viable Product, that digitizes, indexes and classifies aircraft documents.
Amros-Global was thus able to successfully attract investors for its idea.
Amros-Global is a consulting firm in the aerospace industry based in Switzerland. In aircraft transactions, the aerospace industry works with large volumes of paper documents. To extract information from these documents, they must be digitized, indexed and classified. Amros-Global’s goal is to automate these time-consuming, manual steps with a software solution. With a minimum viable product investors should be convinced of the idea.
In just a few meetings nxt got a picture of the challenges. The domain experts from Amros-Global described the most important requirements for the system to be developed. We outlined how we imagine a system that meets these requirements. We then implemented this system and showed Amros-Global the current status of developments, so that we could incorporate feedback early on.
Within three weeks nxt was able to show with a minimum viable product, that the most important system parts can be successfully integrated. A first version of the web application includes the following functionalities:
In the months following, we extended the system with the following features:
These are the technologies we successfully used in this project:
The cooperation with Amros-Global was very pleasant. Both companies come from different industries. They were able to combine their know-how so that a functioning first version of the required software was built with minimum of effort. Using this version, investors were successfully convinced!