Creation of a virtual office where employees can work together, exchange information and different types of documents or make changes to them. In addition, all customer information, business tasks, analytics, etc. can be stored on corporate websites.
Corporate Training Systems
Training portals can be either part of a corporate portal or a separate site. Training materials can be stored, created and managed in the corporate training system. Such a system provides the opportunity to manage the learning processes, maintain communication and exchange knowledge.
Image Recognition Systems
Using the computer vision technology, the software can recognize the contents of photos, detect objects, classify and generate them. This appication of Python is gaining popularity in the field of targeted advertising.
Document Recognition Systems
Automation of manual tasks and digitization of paper documents. The document recognition system can classify the documents, store them in a single database, send them via internal and external channels (providing the digitization of work with contractors and suppliers).
Print Service Management
For medium and large businesses, the automation of printing is always an important issue. For example, logistics operators are faced with the challenge when the same document must be simultaneously printed on several printers in different parts of the warehouse. The print service in Python ensures the routing and delivery of data to the printer, with the opportunity to send it to print both from a PC or a mobile device.
Asynchronous Modules for Existing Systems
In synchronous modules, each new operation starts after the completion of the previous one, and the software can simply hang if one of the commands is executed for too long. Asynchronous modules can successfully manage multiple operations at the same time, provide an opportunity to load modules as and when required, which helps speeding up the website loading.
Back-end for PWA and Mobile Applications
Python can be used for back-end development. Kivy and BeeWare libraries allow you to write cross-platform mobile applications in Python that run on both Android and iOS platforms.