Government Asset Management Software

The Client

A Large Government Agency

The Requirement

A large, national government agency in India with a very high profile (name withheld due to NDA) looked to build an inventory and asset management system written in JAVA. As well, the agency wanted to improve the design of the overall product and provide a better UI/UX for their key users but did not have the requisite skills in-house to do so.

The project was large and very complex due to the enormous size of the agency as well as the uniqueness and specialized nature of the assets involved. This agency was having challenges in terms of attracting and keeping qualified and competent developers and their project was consistently missing deadlines. They wanted to hire an outside vendor to deliver on this key project.

The Outcome

Xilligence sourced and built an extended team for the agency with dozens of high-quality and experienced software developers, testers and system administrators. While this was an outsource team for the agency, the developers were required to work on-site due to stringent privacy and secrecy requirements. The sensitivity of the work also meant that Xilligence had to ensure that the personnel met the requisite strict background checks required. We were able to successfully source, hire and deliver on deadline the resources required to meet a demanding schedule and all the while improve on the quality of the deliverables.

A key area where we were able to help was with the improving the quality of the software developers and in retention which was something that was an issue for the agency, all the while being able to meet the budgets which could not be exceeded.

Technologies Used

  • JAVA

Key Features

  • Staffing
  • Resource Augmentation
  • Managed Services


    • Web
    • HTML5
    • React.js
    • MySQL Database
    • Mobile
    • React Native
    • Cloud
    • Government Cloud Infrastructure
Xilligence Services Used

Mobile + Apps

Cloud + Web

QA + Support

Design + UI / UX

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