Nuclear Engineering firm is using CABEM to build the competency models within the competency manager for roles such as chemistry scientist, civil engineer, and even accounts payable admin. The competency models include culture and company knowledge, academic and other credentials, internal training, skills, and knowledge. The application extends company visibility of the competency models and qualified individuals to managers and other permissioned parties such as SMEs. Competencies are confirmed via a combination of testing, witnessing, managerial approval, self-sign-off, mentoring, outside credentialing, etc. This system will sustain any audit that requires the demonstration of competencies by role and by an individual.
A multi-state, large construction company uses the competency manager for field training on construction techniques, proper tool usage, Health, and Safety requirements as well as credentials such as CPR certifications. They also use the proficiency module to monitor and manage driving records and driving incidents within the company.
A large state university used the competency manager for transcript generation for approximately 25,000 continuing education units (CEU) going back 20 -30 years. CABEM loaded the students, courses, and dates in the system, and the transcript generator automated the generation of transcripts saving the university significant time with accessing, generating, and submitting transcripts.
A Global non-profit that works around the world to support language requirements uses the competency manager to implement sophisticated mentoring processes. Their approach uses multiple mentor-to-mentee relationships, a formal curriculum, training programs, and the Dreyfus model for proficiency, and threshold scoring to quantify competency in the various curriculum domains (Behavioral, Credential, Skills).
This large county uses the CJIS manager to manage the training, background checks, and fingerprinting requirements for access to its correctional facilities’ information systems. It is used for implementation and status as well as their CJIS state audit requirements.
The large historical and reputable medical school is using an adapted competency manager implementation to educate 70,000 medical professionals around the world as part of their continuing education requirements. The system extends and manages the online training, in-class training, and on-premises training to all interested parties including medical students, university educators, and business process administrators.
This Healthcare and Life wellness franchise presently at 125+ facilities and growing quickly uses the competency manager to manage credentials across the country. Using a multiform generator, DocuSign, and HR integrations the competency manager is also integrated to primary source databases to automate many aspects of the credential management process.
This multistate automotive provider uses the competency manager to manage training and competency across the enterprise for heavy equipment and machinery. They use supervisors as Subject Management Experts (SMEs) at seven (7) locations to support their location’s unique training and competency requirements while fulfilling the ISO requirements for 16949, and 17025. They also use the Competency Manager awards/points module to reward employees as part of the overall company’s cultural, educational, and charitable initiatives.
An Aerospace manufacturer is using the Competency Manager to manage training instructions and competency per AS9100. This implementation uses single sign-on (SSO)and is integrated into their HR system, their work instructions, and quality system. It automatically restricts machinery and facility access based on employee training and competency.
A large provider of electronics to the criminal justice marketplace is using CABEM’s CJIS manager to efficiently manage their CJIS training and employee background management requirements in all 50 states. Using single sign-on (SSO) and integrated into their HR system, CABEM’s CJIS application is flexible enough to manage its unique state requirements while fulfilling the Federally mandated program.
Built an application for a valet parking company to track field incidents for insurance reporting purposes. Design tenets included ease of use, low cost to build, and publishable reports for incident report claims.
CABEM audited and evaluated processes, personnel, equipment, software, and culture. CABEM then developed a future state vision for the company which included phased recommendations such as system-level design, process automation and standardization, and risk management. CABEM is continuing to support the customer with a solution.
CABEM provided a software interface for a physiological model that simulated environmental conditions, activity, and clothing.
Working with a university, CABEM helped bring together a diverse team composed of academic, business and civic constituents collectively called CyberSeP. The team focused on education and training, during the initial formative period for cyber-awareness.
The goal was to find Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) in vehicles. CABEM Technologies built a beta application to detect hidden explosives using radiation from a range of up to 10m for use in checkpoints, airports, and other deployment scenarios.
For test business and military aerospace contractors, CABEM conceptualized, built, and deployed a process of automatically capturing vibration data from postscript, loading it into a database, and then automatically rendering the data as vibration plots into report templates.
For a large ISO certification body, CABEM built and maintains the operations software that manages clients, finances, schedules, auditors, regulated processes, and ISO certifications for more than 25 countries.
CABEM designed, built, and deployed the web-based education portal to support employee knowledge and retention for home health care nurses. As unique needs unfolded, CABEM worked to assess how technology could best address a number of educational, operational and HR requirements in a simple, secure, intuitive, and easily accessible environment.
CABEM designed and developed an application for signing in visitors to companies with multiple locations. The application managed various security requirements including ITAR and Classified, as well as maintained visitors logs accessible using a reporting program for past, real time, and scheduled attendance.
Designed and built software for a software staffing company to automate their hiring processes, which included manager approvals as well as secure documentation filing and management. CABEM integrated the application into the existing Oracle software.
CABEM built a government security portal data that allowed users to quickly post, find, analyze, distill, compile, and build reports for classified information.
For this venture backed group, CABEM built a life lesson, educational and social media web site that included a fulfillment model of prizes and points for activities completed.
Kansas State University and CABEM developed an online software tool to facilitate Brownfield grant writing for the EPA. The government body wanted a tool that could successfully guide users and organizations through the grant application process while addressing the year to year content and policy changes.
For a fast-growing healthcare software company, CABEM built software modules in a Microsoft .Net environment that supported the selection and hiring of hospital nurses and support staff.
CABEM has developed and maintained software to support privacy and identify theft. The software required unique deployments and views, numerous API integrations, credit card processing, and sophisticated administrative Management functions.
Leveraging Livia, and our strong custom development team, CABEM is the software developer producing and maintaining the online platform for a major identity theft protection provider. The service is used by millions of users.
Working with a sophisticated investment banking company, CABEM has built and maintains software to post, evaluate, commit, and close loans for the small banking membership. The backend allows the customer to manage the process in an efficient and compliant manner.
Using the Livia CMS framework, CABEM designed and built a scheduling and witnessing tool to manage visibility and control labor and physical assets. The software is deployed in a project environment and lets CABEM’s customers manage schedules, inventory, and people for more than 3,000 clients and 70,000 users. In addition, it automates the business and regulatory rules for various projects.
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