Ruby on Rails and React development team for a suite of hospitality apps


"If there's a problem with a customer or anything, they'll stand in the trenches with us until it's done."

Nick Daniels
CPO & CoFounder

About Alliants

Alliants is a hospitality development company from Southampton, United Kingdom. They focus on hospitality and travel applications and have worked with companies such as Accor, Four Seasons, Jumeirah, and many more. We’ve been working with them since 2016 on a suite of hospitality and travel applications for an undisclosed global client.

The Challenge

When we were introduced to Nick, they were searching for skilled Ruby on Rails developers to finish a time-share application. The deadline was close and the team that worked on the application needed a boost to finish it in time.

This first project that we worked on together (spoiler: we have a long-lasting relationship working on close to 10 projects together), had a lot of challenges. The client already had a time-share application but needed a digital transformation, so apart from finishing the application in time, the team needed to migrate data from one system to the new one, support online payments, run complex automatic allocation algorithms, and handle a lot of complex rules that exist thanks to the very nature of the business.

The Solution

When we got our hands on the project, the application wasn’t in its best shape. The first thing we did was to get to know the domain and do small features so everyone was more confident about their work and felt closer to meeting the deadline. Soon after, the bigger and most valuable features were developed in parallel as more of our people joined the project: the data migration (customers, reservations, finance), the automatic allocation algorithm, online payments, self-service, etc.

Fullstack developers, frontend developers, and QA engineers were working seamlessly on both Sinaptia and Alliants towards the goal.

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The Outcome

Our first project working together was a complete success. Not only the project was finished in time, but the client was delighted with the result, as it significantly improved their day-to-day work.

On the business side, it was also a complete success. This project opened the door to new projects for the same client where we were a key part, not only developing but also helping define features and workflows.

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