Quick Parking: Platform, Websites and Web Apps
Led the charge of building a platform and website, securing 95% revenue loss prevention and a 40% sales performance increase.
Quick Parking is an international airport parking provider, operating in seven countries and around 20 of Europe’s busiest airports. To support their business, rapid growth, and growing operational demands, we’ve built them a tailored, scalable and highly available booking and business management platform. It is complete with
public and private API, BackOffice, CMS, parking terminal devices (ramp and payment), and an Android app for use on their shuttle buses, as well as front-facing, highly converting, websites.
Thanks to our software, they were able to support new business ventures and integrate new partners. Our websites ensured the migration was painless, showing a more than 30% improvement in
revenue performance over previous solutions. I am currently optimizing the products and adding new features.
I acted as the project manager (Agile coach), and product owner on this project. I defined the product vision, immediate and future development plans, and communicated them to all stakeholders. I continue to ensure the team is growing and that processes and flow are creating solid, long-term performance.
Intertekstil Stanić: ProSale ERP Adaptation
Spearheaded the digital transformation by managing the ERP development, leading the company to a path of being data-driven.
Based on the existing ERP solution, MIT Software's ProSale, we've worked closely with the vendor to create various bespoke modules to suit the company's needs, such as:
- Product catalog module redesign.
- Coupon module.
- Discounts module redesign.
- Business locations module rehaul.
- Remote locations module.
- Warehouse PDA mini-app.
Family: Web Shop
Envisioned, led, and delivered a state-of-the-art webshop, then managed it to perform multiple times better than expected.
Family is Intertekstil Stanić's retail brand. Prior to building a webshop, we did an extensive rebranding, and along with building the webshop, started to invest significantly in digital marketing. The webshop was built and designed by Marker, a Croatian webshop agency from Varaždin and the shop itself proved to be a hit, especially when compared to its brick and mortar counterparts.
Bleiff: Platform and Portal MVP
Delivered an under-budgeted and over-scoped MVP on time and on budget, while managing the scope closely with the client.
Bleiff is a fintech initiative that allows knowledge-intensive companies to continue to flourish by keeping knowledge on board. Employees become entrepreneurs and shareholders through the controlled purchase and sale of share certificates or are rewarded with certificates for 'heroic deeds'. Bleiff binds talent, increased engagement brings peace, stability, and offers future prospects. For Bleiff, we are building a fintech platform as well as a user portal.
Weerman: Platform, Owned Solutions and Web Shops
Pulled the doomed year-long project out of the abyss managing to secure delivery in just three months.
Weerman is one of the five largest flower companies at the Royal Flora Holland flower auction marketplace at Aalsmeer. For Weerman, Typeqast is building a platform that's able to integrate with Floral Holland's EasyFlor ERP API and provide data for a range of owned internal and white-label solutions. We are building and maintaining owned solutions, including Debtor Registration API, white-label Administration, Laravel Shop options and more. We are also introducing a new Magento webshop that will handle tens of thousands of articles added each day to the system.
Intertekstil Stanić: Strategy Companion Analyzer Integration and Migration
Transformed the way the company is thinking about data and business analysis.
Over the course of half a year, we integrated SCA and migrated the entire business reporting to it, centralizing the analytics and reports, making it available 24/7. It even does scheduled report mailing to some of our older managers who are not as accustomed to using a computer.
Family: Retail Chain Standardization
Made human resource movement possible and frictionless.
During my first months at Intertekstil, my job was to get everything working. That included making sure that all stores (as main data entry points) were following the same specifications. I was also responsible for deciding what the specifications were. Besides that, in the physical space, there were boxes upon boxes of phone cables for fax machines, dial-up payment terminals, and phones. Top-level elements (hardware, OS, software and procedural standards) aside, this also meant sorting and organizing an uncomfortable amount of phone cables.