For businesses that provide complex and highly-specific work, having a system robust enough to match their workflow without being cluttered or overwhelming is important. Mid-State Engineering & Testing is one of those businesses. We set out to improve their operations by upgrading them from a Microsoft Access database circa 1995 to a cloud-based, CRM-like system meeting all of their original needs without sacrificing ergonomics.
Kearney Coin Center is the premier bullion and rare coin dealer in Central Nebraska. Bjorn was looking to expand his customer base nationally through an ecommerce website. To meet the specific needs of selling bullion, he need quite a few customization to his online store.
Late Night Rates is a completely custom web application. Randy came to looking to create a site that would market unsold hotel rooms after 10pm for a vastly reduced rate. We worked with Randy to implement his vision.
Using the same software for over 20 years is amazing, but all good things must come to an end. The Lawn Builders had been using the same invoicing and business management since the days of MS-DOS. Earlier this year, the time finally came for a new system. We created a cloud-base platform replacement that not only incorperated all features of the original software, but also added complex batch data processing and many aspects of a CRM.
Golight manufacturers a series of light and imaging equipment for the marine, law enforcement, fire/rescue, industrial, utility, recreational, ag, automotive, and military markets. Their lights are the best on the market. The lights have number of unique features including remote control and extreme pans and tilts. Golight was looking for a unique and exciting way to showcase their light online.
Kearney Coin Center came to us looking for a way to display the current spot prices of precious metals in their store. Similar to a stock ticker, they envisioned large screen actively updating as prices changed.
Excel is a great tool for organizing data, but data entry is boring. I had never really thought much more about those particular facts until a client came to me looking to aggregate quite a bit of stock data into Excel. He has been using Excel for years, manually entering the information he needs.