fusionSushi is a 64bit, multi-threaded web content management application which has tiered user roles and security permissions. It's built to compile and run in Java applets for distribution on a single server with the possibility of expanding to a clustered environment. The framework supports modules which augment the functions of the application and offers a wide range of data related functions. The application is themeable, which allows designers to create unique front-ends for specialized user interfaces.
In the Cloud
Similar to other social networking applications such as Drupal, Joomla, Myspace and Facebook, fusionSushi can be adapted for internal use as a corporate information system or for use on a mobile platform.
HCIS is a mobile information tool for small businesses. It's a software product for managing customers and projects built on a Cloud based platform.
For organizing teams of 2-8 people, mobile hardware, which lets small business owners track associates' work on a centralized server. The Internet enabled tablets, are locked-down web applications used only for keeping track of work material. The team keeps the tablets with them all the time. The software lets them create projects, assign tasks and report on productivity statistics. The tablets track their hours spent, outgoing calls, email, projects and tasks.