Below is a sampling of websites we've created for customers
who took control of their content.

They were completed with various open source and proprietary
Content Management Systems with widely varying budgets.

We put you in control of your own web site, and we're always here to help!

Image : : kalido
Enhancements made to the Kalido website highlight IDC's technical expertise and innovative approaches to integration across multiple platforms. Though we're known for our work in the open source community, we can and do provide solutions for any platform as we demonstrated by providing a major site revision for the data-warehousing giant's site, built on Microsoft's ASP.NET framework. IDC also enabled Kalido to process leads more quickly by integrating data collected via the web with leading Customer Relationship Management solution Salesforce.com. As part of our ongoing relationship with this former Shell Oil subsidiary, IDC is now hosting the Kalido website and is in the planning stage for moving their site into a new ASP .NET based Content Management System.
Image : :piscataquasailing association
Piscataqua Sailing Association (PSA), organizes and promotes yacht races and youth sailing programs. The site enables PSA volunteers to easily maintain and update content, which is crucial as the web is the organization's primary vehicle for marketing and member interaction. An intuitive control panel enables PSA to change graphics such as sponsor logos, post race results quickly, and maintain a classifieds section for members selling boats or seeking new crewmembers. A customizable photo gallery allows PSA to post photos after each of its twice-weekly races.
Image : :seacoastgrower's association
Seacoast Grower's Association (SGA) is a nonprofit that operates Farmers Markets in New Hampshire's Seacoast region. The new site enables the SGA to post updates on in-season specials, expand detail on events, offer recipes and cultivation tips, and promote its offerings among local residents and restaurants. Members can link established websites or have their own page created for them within the SGA site that can include photos, an events calendar, and contact information. We are also doing an update for this year's site to provide an enhanced look and feel and to add a few new features. Stay tuned!
portd3 : :d3cad
D3 CAD works with contractors to design 3D drawings of the inside (guts) of a new building so all sub-contractors (electrical, plumbing, duct work) can see where their particular component is going to go. Their website requirements included updating content on their own and providing their customers with a secure logon area to review their 3D drawings.
portjackson : :jacksoncabinet
Because Jackson Cabinet works closely with each customer on an individual basis, they do not have the need to actually sell their products online - they simply require a way to promote their product offerings with photographs and product descriptions. They are able to keep their online gallery up to date themselves with pictures of their latest work.
sah : :south americanhardwoods
When a company knows its niche, getting a content-managed website up and running is both an efficient and inexpensive process. Case in point: South American Hardwoods, Maine-based importers of teak logs and lumber. With single pages for products and ordering, this site lets both company and customer get down to business?no hunting for information on inventory, pricing, or specials. The site also augments South American Hardwood?s sales approach: first-time customers are directed to order by phone to ensure they receive the products and service that meet their needs. Creating and hosting the site required a very modest investment that has streamlined SAH's marketing processes.
pmac.jpg : :portsmouthmusic & arts center
The Portsmouth Music & Arts Center is a non-profit community music and arts school offering a wide variety of music classes, lessons, and ensembles. Their website has to be incredibly intuitive, providing their students, faculty and site visitors with up-to-the-minute information on programs, events, and news. The site is fully content management driven and updated directly by the PMAC staff with no outside technical intervention. We are also in the process of updating the PMAC site with a new version of their Content Managed site that will expand on the existing feature set and give them even more control than they currently enjoy.
rushton image : :rushtongregory
Rushton Gregory Communications is a Boston-based public relations firm that required the capability to manage web operations in-house. Their content-managed site features a file management system that streamlines client relations by enabling the firm's clients can log in and access comprehensive information on account activity and the status of individual campaigns and activities. "The site not only presents our marketing capabilities to customers, but also allows us to communicate discreetly with clients and media representatives," says Rushton Gregory principal Rus Graham. "A content-management system enables our website to accomplish more, while giving us the power to use technology to manage growth."