Queens Public Library is one of the largest and busiest public library systems in the United States, dedicated to serving the most ethnically and culturally diverse area in the country.
An independent, non-profit organization founded in 1896, Queens Public Library offers free access to a collection of more than 5 million books and other materials in multiple languages, technology and digital resources, and more than 80,000 educational, cultural, and civic programs a year.
It consists of 65 locations, including branch libraries, a Central Library, seven adult learning centers, a technology center, two universal pre-kindergartens, and two teen centers.
The Library required an iOS Development Support for iOS software/application development, in line with the project and company goals.
The objective of the project is to provide continuous iOS Development Consultancy Support for upgrading and enhancing mobile apps with new features with responsive design implementation, aligned with the client’s business goals.
V Group Inc. provided support in software/application development tasks successfully. Primarily, we understood and captured the parameters, and the project was broken down into several components to ease the process of offering quality services.
With a methodical approach, we helped the client in iOS app development by upgrading existing applications and enhancing some apps features.
We also helped the client in designing a theme app based on new requests/layouts.
Moving on, we also developed apps using backend REST APIs and cloud services. Provided status reports, completed the tasks assigned on time, and sent daily status reports to the reporting manager. V Group’s support assisted in managing the scope as per the project requirement, as we kept on updating ourselves in line with the business requirements and project scope.
Served as a liaison between Agency and solution’s contract and helped the client in providing iOS development for designing and implementing applications, aligned with their business’ requirements reducing support overhead.