Our Work

From small centers and departments to large campus wide applications, we work with a wide range of clients. Check out the list below for a comprehensive view of our work.

  • CAES - College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences


    Client: College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at UC Davis

    Description: The College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at UC Davis is the #1 college of its kind in the world. Through research, education, and outreach, we produce a better world, healthier lives, and an improved standard of living for everyone by addressing critical issues related to agriculture, food systems, the environment, and human and social sciences.

  • ASI - Agricultural Sustainabilty Institute


    Client: Agricultural Sustainability Institute at UC Davis

    Updated: September 2015

    Description: The Agricultural Sustainability Institute at UC Davis is a group of researchers, educators, and agricultural extension professionals working to answer big questions on how to make agriculture and food systems more sustainable - in California and beyond.

  • UC Davis Olive Center


    Client: UC Davis Olive Center

    Description: The UC Davis Olive Center is a self-funded university/industry coalition that seeks to do for olives what UC Davis did for wine.

  • Afghan Ag


    Updated: September 2015

    Client: International Programs at CAES

    Description: eAfghan Ag "provides credible relevant information to those helping farmers in Afghanistan.

  • CRU - Computing Resources Unit


    Client: CAES

    Updated: March 2016

    Description: Website for our department!

  • Edible Campus


    Client: Stacey Parker

    Updated: September 2016

    Description: A website to showcase the various gardens around campus.

  • CCUH - California Center for Urban Horitculture


    Client: California Center for Urban Horitculture

    Description: Cutting-edge horticultural information for Californians is the focus at this center. Issues include water-conserving and pest-resistant home gardens; environmentally sound public landscapes; and producing better plant materials for sustainable urban landscapes.

  • Honey and Pollination Center


    Client: Honey and Pollination Center

    Description: The Honey and Pollination Center showcases the importance of honey and pollination to the wellbeing of consumers through education and research.

  • RMI - Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Sciences


    Client: Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Sciences

    Description: The Robert Mondavi Institute allows the campus to move two departments -- Viticulture and Enology, and Food Science and Technology -- under one roof in a new, state-of-the-art facility.

  • CRC - Center for Regional Change


    Client: Center for Regional Change

    Description: Launched in 2007, the CRC is a catalyst for innovative, collaborative, and action-oriented research. It brings together faculty and students from different disciplines, and builds bridges between university, policy, advocacy, business, philanthropy and other sectors.

  • International Programs


    Client: International Programs at CAES

    Updated: October 2016

    Description: International programs of the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences facilitates the exchange of information and learning between UC Davis and the global community in the areas of agriculture and the environment.

  • FFHI - Foods for Health Institute


    Updated: September 2015

    Client: Foods for Health Institute

    Description: The Foods For Health Institute was established to link diverse scientific disciplines across the colleges and schools of the University of California at Davis, and develop regional and international multi-stakeholder partnerships.

  • Analytical Lab


    Client: UC Davis Analytical Lab

    Description: The Laboratory provides project assistance in the areas of analytical, agricultural and environmental chemistry.

  • UC Cal Fresh


    Client: UC Cal Fresh

    Description:UC CalFresh offers quality, evidenced based curricula and education programs for SNAP-Ed eligible youth, adult and seniors. Direct delivery is provided to schools, community based organizations, and other entities in 31 counties. University of California, Davis administers the program, which is delivered through University of California Cooperative Extension offices (UCCE).

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  • Blum Center


    Client: UC Davis Blum Center

    Description: The Blum Center for Developing Economies addresses the needs of poor communities in developing countries. We prepare students with the theoretical understanding, applied skills, and experiential learning. Our courses and grants programs enable students to become agents of change in the war against world poverty.

  • CHAMMP - Center of Health for Advancing Microbiome and Mucosal Protection


    Client: Center of Health for Advancing Microbiome and Mucosal Protection

    Description: This collaborative RISE program entitled, “Protecting the Fragile Intestine: Integrating Microbiota and Mucosal Health” promotes interface across several disciplines and colleges at UC Davis.

  • CABA - Center for Aquatic Biology and Aquaculture


    Updated: June 2016

    Client: CABA

    Description: The Center for Aquatic Biology and Aquaculture (CABA) was established to provide leadership, focus, and support to University of California Davis researchers in addressing problems associated with California’s cultured and wild aquatic biological resources.

  • iLiNS Project


    Client: UC Davis

    Description: The International Lipid-Based Nutrient Supplements (iLiNS) Project is a research collaboration that grew out of a shared commitment to accelerate progress in preventing malnutrition.

  • PTF - Plant Transformation Facility


    Client: Plant Transformation Facility

    Description: The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation Plant Transformation Facility was established at the University of California at Davis to provide cost effective plant transformation and plant cell biology services for the plant research community.

  • ePakAg


    Client: International Programs at CAES

    Description: Using ICT to make credible, relevant information more available to those helping farmers in Pakistan.

  • China Apple


    Client: International Programs at CAES

    Updated: September 2015

    Description: e-China Apple - improving information access for the safe and sustainable production of apples in China.

  • BWF - Green RMI


    Client: Robert Mondavi Institute at UC Davis

    Description: The 34,000-square-foot facility, funded entirely by private donations, includes the Teaching and Research Winery and the August A. Busch III Brewing and Food Science Laboratory.

  • CIFAR - California Institute of Food and Agricultural Research


    Client: California Institute of Food and Agricultural Research

    Description: CIFAR’s affiliates have realized it is a unique organization that yields high value returns on their membership investment.

  • Beekeeper Program


    Client: Amina Harris

    Updated: August 2016

    Description: Single page ad for beekeeping program.

  • Environmental Computer Labs


    Client: Adam Getchell

    Updated: July 2016

    Description: To increase the use and sophistication of information technology in research and teaching in the university.

  • CRF - Contained Research Facility


    Client: Contained Research Facility

    Description: The Contained Research Facility (CRF) provides a secure environment for research on invasive plant pests; those known to occur in California and those that have yet to arrive.

  • Give to UC Davis


    Audience: Campus donors & University Relations

    Description: Flagship giving site for UC Davis to collect credit card donations for a wide variety of campus areas and funds. Give to UC Davis increased online donations by over 20% in its first year of opperation.

  • Gift Tracking


    Audience: UCD Development Officers

    Description: Process and track campus donations in a centralized system, including complex payment processing, document management, and workflow history.

  • ACE (Course Evaluations)


    Audience: Students, Staff, and Faculty

    Description: Online course evaluations for UC Davis, enabling staff and faculty to quickly define and distribute evaluations and receive secure feedback rapidly through drastically less effort than using paper evaluations. Used quarterly by almost every student on campus.

  • PrePurchasing


    Audience: Staff and Faculty

    Description: PrePurchasing allows camps staff and faculty to submit, process, track and repot on any type of order request, including KFS, MyTravel, DPO/DRO/PR, and other campus services. Vert popular program that has processed hundreds of millions of dollars in orders to date.

  • Commencement


    Audience: Students and Staff

    Description: Campus commencement registration system that tracks and distributes tickets to students.

  • Registration


    Audience: Staff and Public

    Description: Allows campus staff to create and promote conferences and other events and handles payments (Credit Card/Checks) for those events.

  • Benefits Allocation


    Audience: Campus staff accountants

    Description: A Project for Automating General Ledger Current Budget Adjustments necessitated by campus' de-centralization of benefits allocation credits and expenses.

  • AD419


    Audience: CAES staff

    Description: Complex reporting and expense association system for almost $200 million in agricultural research grants and funds.

  • Student Information Management

    Audience: CAES staff

    Description: Student Information Management System: Used by CA&ES academic counselors. Features include transcript pdf storage, student form tracking, and ability to run student reports against Banner.

  • Eligibility List

    Audience: CAES staff

    Description: Track eligibility actions for CAES faculty.

  • Gramps

    Audience: CAES staff

    Description: Grant Request and Managed Proposal System . Mostly used for Rustici RFP.

  • Employee Salary Review & Analysis (ESRA)

    Audience: CAES staff (& some campus staff)

    Description: System to analyze salaries among titles/personnel and formulate/propose salary adjustments due to equity considerations or reclassification. It pulls together information from a variety of sources and provides personnel analysts with a single-source portal to be able to view employee salary and title.

  • DataMarts (FIS/PPS)

    Audience: CAES staff (financial analysts)

    Description: Used primarily by college financial anaylists to run specialized financial reports not otherwise available in DaFIS DS or Kuali.

  • Data Dictionary

    Audience: Campus Staff Developers

    Description: Allows users to access a single website to view data dictionary information for various databases used on campus such as FIS(DaFIS), PPS, etc.

  • CAES Genomics Facility

    Audience: CAES Genomics

    Description: Application used by CA&ES Genomics Facility to allow users to enter, track and retrieve orders.

  • EatFit

    Audience: Healthy Kids Center Staff

    Description: Survey application used by educators across California for analyzing children's eating habits.

  • Plant Transformation Facility

    Audience: Plant Transformation Staff

    Description: Plant Transformation Facility: Online ordering system for the Plant Transformation Facility. Features online ordering from clients, inventory management, and online billing integration.

  • Badges

    Audience: ASI (Agricultural Sustainability Institute)

    Description: ASI grant project -- open source badging system for higher education. Inside Higher Ed article about it: http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2014/01/03/uc-daviss-groundbreaking-digital-badge-system-new-sustainable-agriculture-program.

  • Legal Gift Agreements

    Audience: DEVAR Staff

    Description: Create, distribute and calculate changes to complex legal documents covering the receipt of large donations to UC Davis.

  • Agribusiness

    Audience: Public and CAES Staff

    Description: Legacy program for managing yearly Agribusiness conference, including attendee tracking and materials distribution.