MTRS (Matt Talbot Recovery System) is a system associated with a government organization, focusing on automating processes to maintain up-to-date customer (patients) data accessible via the web. The platform facilitates meetings between doctors and clients through Zoom for health tips, sends service and incident reports via email for updates, and provides billing calculations based on work within selected date ranges. It prioritizes data security and confidentiality across six platforms, developed initially for the USA but accessible globally.

Technical Stack

  • Ruby on Rails
  • Ryver
  • JIRA
  • Stripe
  • Zoom
  • Amazon AWS
  • Amazon Aurora
  • Nginx
  • Redis Server
  • Industry


  • region
  • Region


  • project-size
  • Project Size

    Non- Disclosable


Role Wise Permission

Two Factor Authorization

Video Conferencing

Client Signature

Challenges & Solutions

Managing multiple roles with specific permissions to ensure data security and privacy.

  • Solution: Implemented a structured permission system where only authorized personnel can access relevant data associated with their role. Data is linked to the creator's identity, ensuring access based on role and permission level.

Providing seamless online/offline accessibility while maintaining data integrity.

  • Solution: Developed a system that displays a green sign indicator for online status, akin to platforms like Facebook, allowing users to seamlessly switch between online and offline modes while ensuring data consistency and security.

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Years of Business




Countries with
Happy Customers


Agile enabled

Core Features

  • Stripe Integration
  • Transparent Audit Trail
  • User-Friendly Interface
  • Automated Reminders
  • HIPAA-Compliant Video Conferencing
  • Seamless Online/Offline Experience
  • no.-of-resources
  • No. of Developers


  • time-frame
  • Time Frame

    February 2022 - September 2022

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