The Scratch project at the MIT Media Lab has selected OHO to develop a new community web site for educators. Scratch is a new programming language that enables people to easily construct a wide variety of interactive projects. These projects can be shared on the Scratch site. It is focused on helping young people age 8 and up develop mathematical, computational, reasoning and problem solving skills.
OHO has launched a web site redesign for ourselves and added a new logo with branding as "OHO Interactive." Why the change in the name? Simply, we wanted to be clearer about what OHO does and where in the market we fit. The name is refined and the branding updated but we're keeping the same great talent, expertise, and focus. Check out the new site to keep current with new capabilities and customer success stories from OHO!
OHO developed an interactive system for handling applications for the Asian University for Women, based in Chittagong Bangladesh. With an integrated user interface, prospects can now complete and submit enrollment and financial aid application online, simplifying administration and streamlining the enrollment process. The Asian University for Women provides higher education opportunities to women throughout Asia and is supported by the Cambridge Massachusetts based Asian University for Women Support Foundation.
MarkLogic, the leading XML content software company, welcomed OHO into its partner program in 2008. MarkLogic XML software provides firms that publish content the ability to repurpose that content in easy, flexible, and cost effective ways. Content that has been locked up in proprietary formats can be made available for the web, mobile, e-book, PDF, RSS, and other formats. OHO is applying our award-winning user interface and work flow expertise along with the MarkLogic software to build innovative new solutions.