Archive for March, 2008

TCCD Launches New Website

Wednesday, March 26th, 2008

One of our original clients from the 90’s, TCCD asked us to update its website, which we completed and launched the last week in March.

TCCD International is the world’s leading innovator for deodorant crystals. TCCD has been manufacturing and distributing their deodorant product line, Naturally Fresh Deodorant Crystal, since 1991. All products are 100% pure and natural, contain no harmful aluminums or parabens and are made with pharmaceutical grade mineral salts.

Document Management Application Solves Client Problems

Saturday, March 22nd, 2008

Problem
A client of ours, located in Southern NJ, approached us for help in redesigning their existing web-based document management system used for sharing certain types of data files. The existing application was presenting the client with file locking and performance problems. As a result, only one user could view a given file at a time. Also, as more files were added to the application it became more and more difficult to load and navigate the Web pages. The client wanted an application that would solve these problems.

Solution
We developed a document management application, which saved and rendered documents directly from the database. This eliminated the file locking problem that users were experiencing. The web front end for the application has an extremely easy to use interface with a consistent format for navigating to the documents. Search filters are provided on the front end, which makes it easy to locate a document and quickly view it.

Benefits
The new document management application has greatly improved efficiency for users. It has reduced the upload and retrieval times for documents from hours and minutes to seconds. The application also enables users to quickly locate a single file out of a large set of files. Multiple users can now retrieve the same file without having to worry that others are using the same file.

AM Nutritionals Launches New Website

Saturday, March 22nd, 2008

Recently we launched a new website for AM Nutritionals, a nutritional supplement company noted for Therafizz Energy and Therafizz Vitamin C. The website was developed as a collaborative project by WWWC and Serpente & Co., well-known marketing consultants in Cherry Hill, NJ.

Getting the most out of your blog (Part III)

Wednesday, March 19th, 2008

Here are the final two tips on “getting the most out of your blog.” I have a lot more to say about blogs and Web 2.0 tools, but I’m going to address other aspects of blogs in my next post.

5. Include a space where your visitors can leave comments. This allows you to determine what’s working with your blog (and what’s not), and it gives visitors an opportunity to talk about what a great blog you have!

6. Think carefully before you allow advertising on your blog. It’s a great way to make some extra money for your company, but if people see more ads than information, first-time visitors will never turn into repeat visitors. If you allow advertising, make sure the ads are clean and don’t interfere with the main purpose of your blog: exposure.

Happy blogging!

Rutgers Camden Technology Campus Launches New Website

Wednesday, March 19th, 2008

Another site recently designed and hosted by WWWC is Rutgers Camden Technology Campus, Inc. (“RCTC”), a not for profit 501(c) (3) mixed use business incubator. Its mission is to attract, develop and retain new businesses for Camden. It provides subsidized rent, professional mentoring, business services and management assistance to emerging early-stage companies and their employees along with access to venture capital and other supportive services. In these ways it works to foster economic growth and business success in Camden and across the region.

The incubator is located on the 2nd floor of the Camden Technology Center Building at 200 Federal St. It currently accommodates 41 client companies, the majority of which are private, for-profit ventures. At latest count, these companies have a total of 185 employees. The average annual wage of an employee is a bit in excess of $38,000, not including benefits. Quick calculation shows that this computes to a total annual salary pool of more than $7 million.