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Cascade Consulting

Posted by Jeff Graham 
Jeff Graham
Cascade Consulting
September 14, 2011 08:02AM

Cascade Consulting was started in 1987 to provide programming services to small businesses in the Bend, OR USA area. We began with RBase applications, and then added Zim development as part of a project for Abbott Labs in Chicago, IL. We next used Zim to develop school breakfast and lunch processing for Bend La Pine school district. This product became our primary business and was supplemented with Free & Reduced Application processing, District Summary and other Nutrition Services applications.

Starting with WinDev version 8, we converted our applications from Zim to WinDev. At that time we added touch screen processing, barcode support, fingerprint identification and many more features due to the great programming environment offered by WinDev. Our products are used in over 120 schools in Oregon.

In 2010 we converted our last Zim application to WinDev: Inventory for school nutrition services. This inventory is specifically designed for the special needs of school districts where some products are warehoused and some go directly to the larger schools. This application includes support for hand held devices used to take inventory at the school level using bar code scanners to read UPC and packaging labels.

Other clients include a wood products machinery distributor, a high tech machine shop, and other developers. We have developed WebDev sites linked to WinDev applications. One of our applications is a specialized contact, document and project management application with links to Visual Manufacturing and QuickBooks.

Our hope is to expand by marketing our school products to other states. However we will need to bring more support and development persons on board to accomplish this goal.

See more about our school products at www.accmeals.com (badly in need of updating). Or contact Connie at 541-504-159 or contact me at 541-350-6542.


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