Like many companies, our client uses Stripe, where he manages dozens of accounts. In order to see summary statistics, gross revenue, and net revenue for these accounts, the client had to log into each account and manually record all values. It goes without saying that this was quite inconvenient, especially when the number of accounts increased.
The customer came to us with an idea to develop a secure mobile app that provides cloud-based payments for gasoline and other goods at gas stations. One of the most challenging tasks of this project was connected to clustering geodata—convenient locations of gas stations on the map for two platforms: iOS and Android.
Our company developed its own product called Montepasso that allows renting parking spaces and granting remote access through automatic barriers or gates. We also planned to add payment functionality—the possibility of paying for a parking lot (for renters) and easily withdrawing money (for parking lot owners).
TPS Gate is a mobile application for residents of apartment complexes and drivers of taxi / delivery services, plus a web system that is used by property owners and managers of taxi / delivery services. This was a broad-scale project which involved the development of a large number of components from scratch.
Our professional team of engineers was involved in the development of the Montepasso web application, which is accessible and adaptable to any iOS or Android mobile device. Users do not need to download and install services from app markets such as Google Play or iStore. They can use the application from any web browser.