Tagged: content management

Sprint

Sprint/Nextel selected Preferred Wireless as one of a handful of authorized business agents for a special sales channel that allowed them to sell phones and services to employees of businesses that use Sprint as their carrier, at the same discounted rates that the business received.  ”This is a huge opportunity” said Rick McMichael, owner of Preferred Wireless, “we need to create a really easy and intuityive shopping experience for our customers, with a customized site for each business we serve.”  We were up to the challenge…

Service International

As a global disaster relief agency, it is important that Service International’s website be able to “tell the story” from the time first responders arrive on the scene through the restoration process, and capture the impact to the people they help.

St. Louis Family Church

The St. Louis Family Church website has a lot of great features – not the least of which is the flexible content management system.  Using WordPress allows SLFC to maintain almost all of the content of the site themselves – meaning the don’t have to pay someone every time they want to make a change.  Also – we developed a few custom plugins for the site that automatically pull content from third-party systems, such as Flickr and Vimeo, so all SLFC has to do is upload a video or photo to either of those free services and they are automatically published on the site.

Leaps & Bounds

Leaps & Bounds is a great company, with a heart for helping kids with developmental issues, autism, etc.  According to Carrie Salyer, Occupational Therapist and co-founder of L&B, “When parents first suspect their child might have a problem, they ask teachers, pediatricians, and other parents for help but don’t get the answers they need.  So by the time they get to us, they are frustrated, afraid, and feeling helpless.”