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Dataparc Communications Corporation

Information technology for the social world


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Sample projects

GovInvest

Consulting to support the bootstrapping and growth of this innovative startup using modern responsive web design and distributed infrastucture. GovInvest enables importing and clearly visualizing complex actuarial information for multiple levels of US government.

Dataparc's involvement — initial project definition, coordinate development including planning, design, and lead development.

Proxiris

Working with Concordia University, and supported by a MITACS grant, Proxiris is a web-based workgroup annotation tool that parses diverse research documents, and uses a "team" of natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning (ML) agents to extract and classify discrete data.

Dataparc's involvement — initial project definition, coordinate development including planning, design, and lead development.

Deflect

Working with eQualit.ie, proposed and developed a robust network to defend human rights and independant media against distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks.

Dataparc's involvement — initial project definition, coordinate development including planning, design, and lead development.

Virtual Clinic and related projects

Working with the Centre for Global eHealth Innovation and related agencies, communication, public engagement and clinical access web applications have been developed. Emphasis is on usability and appropriate interfaces for participants, whether they are patients, caregivers, health care professionals, administrators, using iterative, user centered processes.

A re-usable and supportable software base was developed based on fine-grained open source components, which includes a flexible import-export system that allows hands on participation of team members and rapid prototyping.

Dataparc's involvement — initial project definition, coordinate development including planning, design, and lead development.

Foreign Policy Dialogue

Working with our academic partners and the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Dataparc provided technical coordination and led development to help create Canada's first national consultation on foreign policy. The site featured topical content, an interactive dialogue paper, and moderated, threaded discussion forums. This project received the National award for e-government at the World Summit on the Information Society in Geneva in 2003. By the end of the project, the site had logged:

  • Hits 1,496,515 +
  • Site visitors: 62,647 +
  • Registered participants: 1,848
  • Replies to questions: 3,878
  • Discussion group messages: 2,116
  • Downloads of Ministers Paper (PDF): 28,670

The results of this consultation were analyzed by the Minister's office and included as part of the final report.

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