Flatiron Solutions provides Application Development services to our publishing, manufacturing, and financial industry clients, including Hearst Magazines, Reader’s Digest, Olympus America, Bank of America, Chase Manhattan Bank, First Union, Goldman Sachs & Co., Lehman Brothers, Lucent Technologies, PaineWebber and others. Our work ranges from applications such as Flatiron Rack Manager to global distribution of mainframe data for magazine publishing and marketing to converting mainframe loan portfolios worth billions of dollars.
Flatiron Solutions has provided Web Development services to clients ranging from small businesses to as large as agencies of the U.S. Federal Government. We are always on the lookout for new ways to assist our current clients and for new clients to work with.
Flatiron Enterprise E-Commerce Integration services provide our clients with custom solutions to work with with Google Merchant Center, Google Product Ads, eBay, Alibris, Magento, Convio, Volusion and numerous other packaged and custom e-commerce platforms.
Flatiron Solutions Real Estate Data Integration services enable our clients to work with real estate data originating from municipalities and taxing agencies including property data from the New York City Department of Finance, New York City tax lien data and related third-party feeds from sources like Experian for mortgages, satisfactions, etc.
Flatiron Solutions provides Mainframe Data Conversion and Migration services to some of the largest financial, insurance, media, and communications companies in the world. Our services include data migration and conversion (extraction, transformation, and loading) from current and legacy media types to databases and interchanges files, year-2000 data remediation, remote tape creation and replication, and archiving.
Database Development services from Flatiron Solutions leverage our experience with mainframe data migration, data warehousing, internet-based access to databases and document imaging through custom Windows applications. We have developed relatively small databases for use by workgroups and departments to complex databases with tens of millions of records enabling collaboration between large organizations.