In the master’s thesis you will find the theoretical background and a description of the implementation of the successor to VIM.NET, VIM.NET 2.0. Added functionalities include adjusting a free network, adjusting a fixed network while passing known divergences of the given elevation points, automatic parsing of new input file formats, automatic correction for staff errors, staff calibration data storage and permanent adjustment result storage. Version 2.0 was moved from desktop computers to the cloud, increasing its availability. The .NET technology powering the new program achieved a renaissance in the fields of user interface design, web support, speed, stability and more importantly in the tools for handling complex mathematical calculations. VIM.NET 2.0 uses this progress to enable a simple, yet transparent and controlled method for elevation data processing. To increase the final program’s usability, a user guide to the application is included in the thesis as well.