Modis plays key role in NC DOT project development, maintenance

Client Overview: State of North Carolina

Well known for its history as well as scenic mountain vistas, North Carolina is a state in transition. In recent years, the State’s economy has shifted from an agricultural to a manufacturing base, and key products include textiles and wooden furniture. Charlotte, the state’s largest city, is the United States’ second largest banking center. The State also boasts many highly regarded universities and research centers.

The Modis Solution: Offer consultants ready to support applications, environment

The North Carolina Department of Transportation provides and maintains the states’ aviation, ferry, public transportation, rail, and highway systems. Together, these systems make up the United States’ second-largest state-maintained transportation systems. The Department also licenses and regulates citizens as well as the motor vehicles utilized for these various transportation systems.

The Department began an initiative to create a system that allows North Carolinians to get duplicate licenses through the Internet. The Department also developed a system to access motor vehicle records for individuals. They needed assistance developing and maintaining these new systems.

Modis responded with consultants to assist with the design, development and maintenance of these new systems as required. We provided senior-level programmer analysts experienced with the Department’s mainframe system that uses COBOL, CICS and DB2.

Modis also assisted the Department with the development and implementation of the Highway Construction and Materials System (HiCAMS). HiCAMS is a Client/Server application that supports construction administration, field operations, and material testing within the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT). The system was a custom software solution developed using PowerBuilder on a Sybase backend database.

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