Mobile Platform & Software Development
TIAG is a proven leader in the agile design and implementation strategies of mobile platform & software development that instantly transform business operations. Our progressive method is a synthesis of an iterative-Agile approach complemented by milestone driven traditional software and system engineering methods. This allows us the flexibility to fully evaluate and build solutions that satisfy the dynamic needs of our clients on a fluid basis.
TIAG's leading approach solves the many distinct challenges in mobile application development such as unique form factors, heterogeneous devices, and integration with complex enterprise systems. Our approach integrates the many facets of mobile platform design including user experience design, analysis, development, testing and security into a holistic approach that ensures each iteration delivers a quality product aligned with business and mission goals.
Discover how mResilience uses evidence-based, clinical psychologist-driven requirements to develop mobile health applications that support military service members, first responders and law enforcement agencies in psychological health, traumatic brain injury recovery, and post-traumatic stress disorders.
Defense Health Agency (DHA) Joint Operations Medical Information Systems office (JOMIS); AHLTA-T, TC2 & MCC
Defense Health Agency’s Joint Operations Medical Information Systems office relies on TIAG to enhance and sustain specific applications for DoD’s operational and theater medicine systems. To help ensure accurate and timely delivery of medical data to care providers and decisions makers in a military theater setting, TIAG provides development and sustainment for clinical component applications known as the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application-Theater (AHLTA-T), the Theater Medical Information Program Composite Health Care System Caché (TC2), and the Mobile Computing Capability (MCC).
TIAG was chosen to deliver software engineering and configuration management expertise and support services to the Army Analytics Group (AAG) in the Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of the Army. Advancing AAG’s Data Framework Initiatives, TIAG provides comprehensive software development, data integration, security, enterprise change-management and quality-assurance services to build, sustain and enhance AAG-supported applications.
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS) and Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute (AFRRI)
USUHS and AFRRI entrusted TIAG with the development of an innovative mobile application that enables radiological and nuclear emergency response professionals to triage suspected casualties. TIAG applied its expertise in user-centered design, mobile application development, usability testing and project management to develop and deliver the mobile First-Responders Radiological Assessment Triage (mFRAT) application for iOS and Android devices.
The National Center for Telehealth & Technology (T2) designs and builds applications employing emerging technologies in support of psychological health and traumatic brain injury recovery in the military. TIAG developed and does the design and usability testing for T2’s wide range of mobile applications to deliver leading solutions in support of T2’s critical mission.
U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM), Deputy Chief of Staff (DCS) for Warrior Care and Transition (WCT)
MEDCOM’s Deputy Chief of Staff for Warrior Care and Transition chose TIAG to modernize, streamline, optimize and maintain the Army Warrior Care and Transition System (AWCTS) — an integrated, unified, web-based application that assists ill and wounded soldiers throughout medical and rehabilitation processes, and during their transition back into the force or into veteran status. TIAG applied its expertise in clinical and business informatics, user-centered design, cloud integration and data center consolidation to update and maintain the system, in addition to incorporating customized features and reports for AWCTS, and delivering specialized training for the system.
To update the Manpower Information System for Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR), TIAG developed and executed a full data migration to a web-based, information-assurance approved database. Now easily administered by WRAIR internal staff, this new Structured Query Language (SQL) database provides real-time visibility, while decreasing the time required to manage and report on operations.
TIAG professionals developed the Defense Health Program Systems Inventory Report Tool which has streamlined the review and analysis of Department Budget Center packages. This novel software also automates the process of populating the Department of Defense Information Technology Portfolio Repository (DITPR).
TIAG developers applied best practices based on Agile methodology to help facilitate Military Health System’s Spectacle Request Transmission System (SRTS). TIAG initiated user storyboarding and design, guided by business analysis and collaboration tools, along with sprint-based iterations for developing new features. The resulting SRTS decreases processing time, reduces entry errors, helps organize clinic records, and speeds the process of replacing lost or damaged glasses.