Problem: Offering on-line and live classes can be problematic due to the requirements to offer a large amount of content and massive scheduling issues. There are canned softwares out that will do much of it, but not all of it and to all of it together.
Solution: Create an integrated system that allows on-line and off line classes, including scheduling, billing, tracking, certificates of completion, reporting requirement documentation and income monitoring.
Problem: CMD Trailers wants to mirror their truck listing data located on Truck Papers on their own website, quickly and without a lot of admin overhead. The problem was, the data was located in a complex spreadsheet.
Solution : Using PHP, we automated a transfer of the data which was in a zip file to their own website. The data is unzipped and overladed on the existing data, photos are updated and specific user data is maintained between uploads to allow custom features.
Problem: SEDA had a back end on their web site that allowed them to edit homes available and many other features, but changes in the database structure for updates to the web site as well as a host change and change of developers left them without the ability to edit their database.
Solution : Taking the existing database, we were able to build a clean, completely new back end The new back end had additional features that allowed them to do more with their existing web site
Problem: Janice and Mike Newton wanted to offer their customers, both local and nationwide, with a shopping experience that allowed them to create highly customized orders. Traditional shopping carts have many advantages, but highly customized experiences are difficult.
Solution: A shopping cart was created that allowed customers to create the order with the options that they needed being careful to offer items, such as local delivery, to customer that were in the proper delivery areas. The system also takes payments via Authorize.net through a custom solution.