Clarus is a multinational corporation specializing in creation,
deployment, and support of B2B software. 51 seconds worked with
their marketing-communications department to transform their
website from a high maintenance static html configuration to
an XML enabled dynamically generated site. Our web applications
allowed Clarus' marketing department to save time and money
by turning the contents of their website over to the creators
of the content, without those creators having to know anything
about the web.
|| David Smith Studios
David Smith Studios is a successful photography studio in Atlanta.
We designed the site to showcase David's photography. This meant
that the navigation, and standard page elements needed to be
color neutral so as not to affect the balance and richness of
the color photography.
DealerGain, an online intermediary between the car buyer and car dealer,
came to us with an idea for a website and logo. We took it from there and
delivered a clean easy to use website that included an interactive product
demo, scrolling news headlines, and interactive explanations of the process.
|| Pediatric Neurology
Clinic of Alaska, P.C.
The clinic provides neurological care for the children of Alaska.
Based in Anchorage they were looking to provide a professional
look and feel to their patient facing website.
Propeller Press, a local publishing company, had a design and
concept for a web site but no way to implement it. We reformatted
the site for the web and added e-commerce capability.
|| Productivity Point International
Productivity Point International had a website and a corporate
image that was perceived as "old school", cold, and uninviting.
Being a training company their site was contrary to the warm
and inviting image they were cultivating. We helped them lighten
up their site and make it more friendly and easy to navigate.
||Send Flowers America
Send Flowers America has an extensive in house infrastructure in place to take flower orders by phone.
They wanted their website to be transactional, but were afraid of the costs involved with a fully enabled
e-commerce site. In addition they wanted to keep a human component in the order process. 51 Seconds built an extensive
online catalog and order system that interfaced with their existing phone based infrastructure that was low cost
||Siemens Energy &
Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc. is dedicated to providing
complete electrical, engineering and automation solutions, along
with the right products, software, services to our clients worldwide.
We updated their Nascar sponsorship page, creating a non-transactional
catalog, creating imagery, and used database integration to
provide the data that race fans were looking for.
Sigma, one of Atlanta's fastest growing high tech companies, is the exclusive
Southeast area representative for SAP R/3TM through the SAP Certified Business
Solutions program. This is the prototype of an email for a drip campaign
they were planning.
To enter the emerging B2B eProcurement marketplace, MasterCard
developed a program for buying managers to use their P-card
and technology from Microsoft to use electronic procurement
to purchase goods and services over the Internet. They called
this program WebPurchasing. We developed an information/sales
site for them that explained the benefits of using the P-card
for corporate online purchases. We developed the site so that
purchasing managers could point their executives to it for answers
to any questions on how the P-card could provide a strategic
advantage for MRO spending. We also created a forms based wizard
to facilitate signing up for the P-card program.