January 10, 2022 Andrew

Omnis is Trusted by Application Developers All Around the World: Focus on Manufacturing

Omnis Studio is trusted by Web and Mobile application developers all around the world to deliver critical projects quickly and at a lower cost when compared to many other tools. And we have numerous real-life case studies from customers that demonstrate this, in pretty much every sector in the business world, as well as public administration and the community-based sector, including such vertical markets as Finance, Retail, Education, Legal Services, The Arts & others – while Omnis apps also feature in generalized software including ERP, Project Management, and Facilities management.

Omnis developers in Healthcare, Logistics, and Retail have found great success, but this article concentrates on some recent Case Studies we have made of developers who operate in Manufacturing, Stock control, and Business processes.

Success in Manufacturing

Developers who cater to the Manufacturing market have found great success using Omnis, increasingly with Web-based & Cloud solutions as well as mobile apps, so we would like to feature a few of our case studies.

  • Lineal Software (UK) – created a web-based survey platform using Omnis Studio to allow the European Network on Silica (NEPSI) to conduct regular Europe-wide digital health and safety surveys of mining, aggregates, ceramic and glassware manufacturers to monitor workplace safety. Lineal’s in-house Software Development Team built an Omnis solution, hosted within Microsoft Azure, to provide a flexible and highly available reporting service. Read more: www.omnis.net/case-study/lineal-software-solutions-ltd/
  • usoft GmbH (Germany) – created a modern web store using the JavaScript Client and Omnis Studio that accesses an existing COBOL application providing detailed descriptions and prices for more than 10,000 items to over 2,000 specialist manufacturers across Europe. A prototype web store was ready in 2 weeks, which was then fully implemented in only six weeks! Read more: www.omnis.net/case-study/usoft/
  • SNF (France) – the world’s largest manufacturer of water soluble polymers for water treatment, SNF has used Omnis for over 20 years to manage its whole manufacturing process, quality control labs, R&D, and Logistics across multiple sites in Europe, Asia, Australia, and America. SNF relies on the cross-platform capability of Omnis to deploy a single library across the company on Macs and PCs. Read more: www.omnis.net/case-study/snf/

In addition, we have further case studies focusing on Manufacturing, with The Druid (JOVIS Enterprises), a Swiss based company providing a formulation & ingredients (recipe) management tool for the cosmetics industry, and The Conrad Company, a US based specialty aircraft parts manufacturer.

More Case Studies

We have over 30 case studies on the Omnis website covering every market sector, from developers in Europe, North America and other parts of the world, so we urge you to check them out – we feel sure that if you are evaluating Omnis and read about the successes developers have found using Omnis, then you will want to start your next development project or start-up business using Omnis Studio: www.omnis.net/case-studies/ 

After visiting this page you can click on a Sector tag (e.g. Manufacturing) to filter the list, to show only those case studies for your chosen sector.

Omnis FREE Trial & Online Training

If you would like to try Omnis Studio, to explore the possibilities it provides for web and mobile application development, you can by downloading our 90-day Free Trial:


Alternatively, you may like to attend one of our Online Training sessions to gain a quick insight into the power and flexibility of Omnis Studio and how it would allow you to create your next web or mobile applications, quickly and easily – we suggest you start with our ‘Omnis Studio Basics’ course. The online sessions last around 90 minutes, are hosted by our expert Support and Consulting team, and best of all, they are FREE of charge! We have dates set up for January and February 2022 – so we urge you to book a free online course now:


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