Custom Software Development

Custom software development services from RVB Systems Group turns problems into solutions

RVB Systems Group understands that off-the-shelf software will not solve all of the requirements of our commercial and industrial clients.  We are available to help with most any type of custom software project.  Call us today to discuss your project requirements!

RVB Systems Group is ready to help.

The following is a partial list of our satisfied clients.

  • Anderson Products – Haw River, NC (Medical device manufacturer) – Assisted with transition to UDI labeling requirements for all products (GS1 standards for product identification)
  • Arkansas Livestock and Poultry Commission – Little Rock, AR (State agency) – Developed custom application running on portable handheld barcode scanners for tracking cattle in the field.
  • BAE Systems – Jacksonville, FL (formerly Atlantic Marine – industrial ship repair) – Developed various data collection programs for tracking inventory, assets and materials.
  • Becton Dickinson and Company – multiple domestic and international locations (FDA regulated medical device manufacturer) – Developed and installed custom labeling systems capable of printing primary (GTIN) and secondary (lot, expiration date) data structures for a wide range of medical devices.  All systems interfaced with SAP.
  • Bull City Flavors – Durham, NC (electronic cigarette flavor distributor) – Developed custom labeling system.
  • Central Missouri Community Action Agency – Columbia, MO (government agency) – Provided on-site installation, training and customization of RVB Systems Group’s Track’Em application.
  • City of Lawton – Lawton, OK (government agency) – Provided custom data collection system for asset tracking.
  • CPI Card Group – Fort Wayne, IN (credit card manufacturer) – Created custom data collection system consisting of 2D fixed mount barcode readers and portable barcode scanners.
  • Depalo Bakery – Charlotte, NC (FDA regulated processed food manufacturer) – Created custom labeling system for inbound raw materials and outbound products.
  • Department of Defense – Education Activity – Arlington, VA (US military) – Developed and conducted training class for DoD’s existing barcode system.
  • Department of Energy – Grand Junction, CO (US government agency) – Modified Track’Em system to include a simple method of displaying Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).
  • DiamondBack Industries – Crowley, TX (mining equipment manufacturer) – Developed custom labeling and shipping system which produced XML files per international standards.
  • Docusource of NC – Morrisville, NC (digital document imaging company) – Developed a custom work order tracking system allowing a customer service rep to enter view a job’s current status in real-time.
  • Ecolab – St. Paul, MN (FDA regulated multi-industry corporation.  Divisions included within the medical industry, industrial pest control, food handling, etc.) – Organized and conducted a 2 day work-shop at Ecolab headquarters in St. Paul, MN regarding GS1 standards.  The same workshop was then conducted by in Zutphen, Netherlands for Ecolab corporate officers from 8 European countries.
  • Fresh Grill LLC – Santa Anna, CA (food industry manufacturer / distributor) – Created custom order checking system.
  • General Electric – Selmer, TN (appliance manufacturing division) – Created custom labeling system for commercial grade refrigerators.  System printed 3 different labels to 3 different printers at the same time.
  • Global Protection Products – Davie, FL (Manufacturer of hurricane protection components for doors and windows) – Created custom barcode labeling and scanning solution capable of real-time tracking of jobs and raw materials.
  • Lecon Construction – Houston, TX (industrial construction) – Provided a mobile data collection system capable of printing receipts to wireless Bluetooth printers and sending collected data to central server using cellular (GPRS) data service.
  • Lifecell (Division of Johnson & Johnson)– Branchburg, NJ (medical industry – live tissue processing) – Created complex labeling system which communicated with 3 networked barcode printers and an existing database system.  A requirement of the software was that a package ready for sale could transform from one part number to a totally different part number based upon unpredictable outcomes.  The labeling system had to account for these conditions and correctly label each package with the correct FDA regulated label.  The system interfaced with SAP.
  • Majilite – Dracut, MA (textiles manufacturing company) – Developed a custom barcode labeling application which interfaces with existing MRP system using SQL Server.  The custom application resides on a network and is interfaced from multiple work stations simultaneously.  The application was developed using MS Access, Visual Basic, and Seagull Scientific’s Bartender labeling software.  The system drives multiple barcode printers and uses touch screen technology for easy data entry.
  • Meridian Specialty Yarn Group – Valdese, NC (textiles manufacturing company) – Developed a custom barcode labeling application for Meridian which interfaces with existing MRP system using SQL Server.  The custom application resides on a network and is interfaced from multiple work stations simultaneously.  The application was developed using MS Access, Visual Basic and Bartender.  The system drives dozens of barcode printers.
  • Microtek Medical – Columbus, MS (division of Ecolab Healthcare – medical device manufacturer) – Developed and installed custom GS1 barcode compliant labeling system running simultaneously over a WAN at multiple locations within the US, Mexico and the Dominican Republic.
  • Mi Mamas Tortillas – Omaha, NE (food manufacturer) – Developed custom labeling and tracking system.
  • NC Glazing Fabrications – Four Oaks, NC (custom metal store-front manufacturer) – Developed custom inventory tracking system.
  • North Carolina Department of Emergency Management – Raleigh, NC (state government agency) – Developed custom software for mobile data collection devices which interfaced with existing asset tracking database.
  • Northfield Trucking – Detriot, MI (logistics company) – Developed custom tracking system for freight tracking.
  • Omega Engineering – Bridgeport, NJ (data acquisition equipment manufacturer) – Developed real-time data collection system used in manufacturing of equipment.
  • Parker Compound Bows – Staunton, VA (archery equipment manufacturer) – Replaced manual system of recording serial numbers with automated label printing system.
  • Pepsi Bottling Ventures LLC – Multiple locations (beverage bottling and distributor) – Installed tool room labeling system, factory floor data collection program (includes lot tracking and reporting for FDA regulated beverages) at PBV locations in Garner NC, Winston-Salem NC and Salisbury MD.
  • Research Triangle Institute – RTP, NC (independent research and technical services provider) – Helped specify and design cryogenic labels for medical research trials.
  • ResinArt – Fletcher, NC (custom moulding and column manufacturer) – Developed custom labeling and inventory tracking system interfacing with SQL Server.
  • Sharps Compliance – Houston, TX (medical device manufacturer) – Developed a custom barcode scanning system for Sharps.  The system collected shipment tracking numbers along with its’ associated product serial number.  The system then automatically e-mailed information to specified contacts.
  • Silgan Container – Lyons, NY (metal container manufacturer) – Developed custom version of Track’Em, an off the shelf inventory and asset tracking system developed by RVB Systems Group.
  • Sure Trak – Loris, SC (axle manufacturer) – Developed custom labeling system.
  • Tobacco Rag Processors – Wilson, NC (tobacco processing company) – Developed system capable of interfacing existing digital scale, printing barcode labels associated with a weighed bale of tobacco, and producing a real-time report showing total weight / value of a shipment of tobacco.  Previous manual system required hours to produce report – new system provided by RVB Systems produces report immediately after upon receipt of final tobacco bale is weighed.
  • Town of Apex – Apex, NC (government agency) – Developed custom data collection shipping / receiving system.
  • US Food – Perth Amboy, NJ (food service industry distributor) – Developed custom data collection system.
  • US Coast Guard – Alameda, CA (US military) – Created vessel attendance system to US Coast Guard requirements. System tracks the names, contact information and total number of military personnel, contractors, and visitors on-board a US Coast Guard vessel.
  • Utiliquest – Doraville, GA (provider of facility locating and infrastructure protection services) – Developed custom data collection software.
  • Valassis – Durham, NC (publisher) – Developed custom inventory tracking system for raw materials.

 

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