Risk Analysis and Result Aggregation System
On behalf of a leading global risk and reinsurance organization, Astea is creating a system to aggregate and analyze risk and produce reports that provide insights into their (re)insurance portfolio.
Invoice Approval System
Astea developed the initial version of a system for the analysis and management of invoice documents on behalf of one of the largest agricultural producers in Australia.
FlatWorld Homework System
Astea is developing a homework system on behalf of FlatWorld, a publisher of fully customizable college-level textbooks and educational supplements.
Speak Act Change
Astea developed the online platform “Speak Act Change” on behalf of the International Institute for Youth Development (PETRI-Sofia), which is part of the National Center of Public Health and Analyses.
LiveList is the ultimate guide to discovering live streamed music experiences. Astea developed LiveList on behalf of Livehouse Media, Inc, Venice, CA.
Astea developed Data-in-One, a merchandise inventory reporting and production management system that supports automatic data exchange and aggregation with third party systems (e.g., Shopify).
Plotagraph Pro is a cloud-based photo-animation software developеd by Astea on behalf of well known professional fashion and commercial photographer Troy Plota.
The Livemargin Reader is a cross platform online and offline EPUB reader that allows users to synchronize settings and reading progress across desktop, laptop, and mobile reading devices.
SocialBook is designed to be the first viable comprehensive post-print publishing platform.
Astea developed developed Cap That on behalf of Active ImageNation of Los Angeles. The application evolved into a set of tailored web applications.
CourseKicker integrates lesson planning, teaching collaboration and professional development in one free and intuitive app. Astea developed the pilot version of CourseKicker on behalf of the CourseKicker Inc. company.
reKiosk is a peer-to-peer eCommerce platform where any person or organization, from large publishers of books or music to indie “garage” bands, can open a free, online store and sell digital media.