IT projects are full of risk — make sure you choose a vendor that can deliver — here are some of our favourite success stories.
To build the back-end of a rewards and loyalty programme for all UK mobile customers.
Highly scalable platform, delivered into production in 8 months, on time and on budget.
Successfully launched, currently serving >3 million active users, the system has proven highly reliable, with 100% uptime and zero outages.
Mattia Piccinini, Strategic Solutions and Technology, Senior Director
To deliver an innovative public-facing global sales platform for a multi-national investment bank
JUXT delivered a highly innovative data-driven user-interface, covering multiple life-cycle phases of complex structured derivatives.
ClojureScript, JSON Schema
MD, Investment Bank
To deliver a viable competitor to the UK’s property portal duopoly in just 9 months
JUXT led development of the OnTheMarket.com platform which was launched in 2015, on time and on budget.
Clojure, AWS, ElasticSearch
Morgan Ross, Technical Director
Bitemporal queries on a K/V store
JUXT was brought in to help solve the problem of adding complex queries on an existing K/V store containing billions of assets and positions.
A GraphQL interface to introduced to allow rich queries across the entire store. The backend was built to support bitemporality, so that queries could be made against end-of-day trading positions with adjustments.
Clojure, GraphQL, RocksDB
Helping to improve crop yields in the face climate change
JUXT developed the front-end user interface for a demanding range of mobile devices.
The application allows independent farmers to exploit data to improve their yields and make better economical and environmental decisions.
Clojure, Heroku, Datomic, Reagent, Re-frame
From prototype to launch
Delivered a secure and performant financial platform, tested to handle 10 million users with over 4000 prices changes per second.
Included payment processing, back-office, integration of multiple sports feeds and demand user interface on web and mobile. Passed a UKGC regulatory compliance audit, and handed over to an in-house team following the launch of the platform.
Clojure, AWS, Redis, Datomic, Rum, React Native
Building the infrastructure for an electric powered bikes scheme
JUXT built the backend infrastructure, dashboards, allocation logic and tracking for a bike-hire scheme in Spanish cities.
In addition, JUXT built the public kiosk software (using ClojureScript) for individuals to register and hire bikes.
Clojure, ClojureScript, Postgres, AWS