Mission Data Announces Mr. Boston Drinks App for the Sazerac Company
January 21, 2018
Home bartending enthusiasts can master the art of making cocktails from a trusted library of historic recipes with the release of Mr. Boston Drinks, the Sazerac Company’s free app for iOS and Android. Designed and developed by Mission Data, leading developers of digital products, the native apps feature more than 10,500 recipes, as well as information on bar basics, history, and spirits.
D.C. Developer Partners with Kroger to Make Supermarkets Smarter
October 31, 2017
Digital products developer Mission Data has come up with OpSense, a sensor software platform to monitor such factors as temperature and humidity, improving accuracy and freeing up employees for other tasks.
Mission Data, leading developers of digital products, today announced it has launched OpSense, a powerful Internet of Things (IoT) solution that enables restaurants and retail establishments to monitor food temperature and other critical aspects of their onsite operations. The OpSense platform is based on a temperature management solution Mission Data created for Kroger, the largest supermarket chain in the U.S. That solution is now deployed in nearly 3,000 stores and is giving the Fortune 50 retail giant a 5:1 ROI.
Mission Data Releases Update of its Bus Stop DC App
June 20, 2016
Mission Data just released an update for Bus Stop DC, an iOS and watchOS app to help DC mass transit riders view upcoming arrival times and see route information. Major features in this version include the ability to locate the nearest bus, view routes, and create custom trips to their desired location. The Bus Stop DC Apple Watch companion app also notifies users through haptic (touch) feedback when they are approaching their destination, that is, the watch taps the user’s wrist to alert them that their stop is approaching. No one needs to sleep through their stop.
“You don’t need to know where the Metrobuses are or know the names of the different lines to ride them with this app. You simply turn on your phone’s GPS, and bam – all the bus stops nearby are at your fingertips – times and all. There’s even a detailed map if you can’t figure out exactly where the bus is. It makes riding Metrobus a snap.”