AutoRent Hertz are one of our newer clients and in late 2015 we launched a completely revamped front end website for them.
We'll be working further with AutoRent over the coming months to improve the functionality and reach of their websites.
We typically work remotely with clients from all over Australia so it's been a nice change having a client based locally in Launceston.
In 2015 we developed and launched the EventSponsors website for Workplace Productivity Solutions Pty Ltd.
The EventSponsors website is designed to make life easier in relation to bringing Event Holders and Sponsors together quickly and easily in one centralised location.
Since 2014 we've been working with Incling on the redevelopment of the School of Audio Engineering's (SAE) websites for Australia, Singapore, Capetown, Dubai, Jakarta and the USA. This project was developed on the SilverStripe platform using PHP and MySQL.
We've also been working with Incling supporting ongoing development and changes to the TAFE Queensland Degrees Site website.
One of our biggest clients is Mindful Software - we've been sub-contracted to work on the Fast Label Enterprise software application. This is a Win Forms (.Net/C#) based application designed to make it quick and simple for Fastway Couriers' global client base to easily manage Consignments and Manifests and print labels for parcels.
We're currently engaged by the team at Supanova to upgrade their website from CakePHP version 1.3 to 3.0. We'll then enter into talks about upgrading the site further to accommodate simpler systems for the management of their events and registrations.
We've also been working with Supanova to set up a similar portal for their RTX Australia shows which commenced in Sydney, Australia in January 2016.
The Cirql application focuses on "online publishing, community and management solutions". In essence it's a Content Management System for building websites that need specific functionality such as subscriptions, publications, event management and content creation/editing. One of Cirql's major clients is Women on Boards. Over the past 18 months we've been upgrading the entire application, which in the first phase has included a complete overall of the front-end pages (including CMS pages) to make them responsive/mobile friendly. This system was developed over 10 years ago in PHP/MySQL using the Mason framework.
We were engaged by Yahoo!7 to decouple part of a legacy code-base so that they could sell it to a 3rd party (Total Websites). The system (designed to manage over 700 websites) was developed using Classic ASP and SQL Server, however part of the requirement was to migrate it to PHP and MySQL. We now enjoy an ongoing relationship Total Websites and regularly integrate new functionality into their system.