The Heat Map is a tool to identify locations of Tysabri infusion centers. The user is able to select a US state (or Puerto Rico) on the map or enter a ZIP code to find centers located within a user-selected distance. The search result displays a map with location markers and a list of the infusion centers, including each infusion center’s address and phone number. As this app was deployed on Veeva, the requirement was to ensure it was usable in an offline environment. This meant not having access to any online maps’ (such as Google Maps) API data, which would provide detailed maps with geocoordinate data. Thus, all map rendering information and geocoordinate pinpointing data had to reside within the app.
I managed the team that developed and deployed this Veeva CLM Media presentation. I worked closely with the client, Customer Service, Creative and Project Management teams to ensure a seemless design, development and deployment process. I was instrumental in the conceptualization, requirements and design phases, and was responsible for the interactions and the database calculations incoporated in this dashboard-like interface. I played an active role in the QA and test process throughout the entire software development life cycle (SDLC).