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Six Feet Up assisted an international nonprofit in implementing their online Certification Program for both early-career and engineer-level Linux systems administrators.
ReTrans' goal was to relaunch their existing public facing site on Plone. The company had already been using Six Feet Up to mentor employees on the use of Plone, and decided to have Six Feet Up move their website to the CMS.
The College of Liberal Arts, at Penn State University, approached Six Feet Up about developing a brand new responsive website for the McCourtney Institute for Democracy.
The College of the Liberal Arts at Penn State had been using the open source CMS Plone to power their online course delivery system. Over the years, it had grown to more than 120 individual courses, and the college was experiencing performance issues. Six Feet Up addressed the issue by consolidating the sites into just 1 system using the Linage product.
Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative (SFARI) was looking to replace their old OpenID authentication server with a more modern OpenID implementation. Six Feet Up architected and implemented an OpenID solution based off of the Python Web framework Pyramid...
This Fortune 1,000 Diet and Lifestyle Management company needed a website that would bridge the gap among their geographically distributed staff. Utilizing Plone's content management system and custom add-on products, Six Feet Up successfully launched a solid intranet built to support the company's long term growth and enhancement strategies.
Following a celebration campaign for Amtrak's 40th Anniversary, Six Feet Up was asked to assist with the update of the Amtrak's History of America's Railroad website.
The College of Engineering at Notre Dame sought to create a website that would eventually integrate all of its various departments and research centers under one umbrella branded site. Utilizing Plone's content management system and integrated features, Six Feet Up was able to deploy the site structure to accomplish the College's long term goals.
Six Feet Up used HTML5 to develop the official HCMS mobile app companion to the Healthcare Marketing Strategies Summit 2012, a flagship conference organized by the Healthcare Strategy Institute.
RES Software develops products that help businesses meet the needs of a "dynamic workforce that requires on-demand access to their personalized workspaces." They needed a partner to continue to develop a website that provided its clients with on-demand and interactive information.
When Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative (SFARI) sought to improve upon the online tools which help further their goals, Six Feet Up offered the solutions needed to relaunch SFARI.org.
Oxfam GB deployed the open source KARL Knowledge Management System as a collaboration platform and asked Six Feet Up to be their hosting and support partner.
Starting in 2009, Six Feet Up participated in a large web redevelopment project for a prominent Fortune 200 pharmaceutical company spanning ten months, involving over 30 resources, and resulting in a new website tailor made to the requirements of their global business.
Stratacomm contacted Six Feet Up with the challenge of architecting, designing, developing and launching a brand-new Plone 4 site for a highly visible client in less than 4 weeks.
KARL is a distributed knowledge management system the Open Society Foundations uses to collaborate between its staff and affiliates.
Looking to upgrade their existing Plone based intranet, DCRI asked Six Feet Up to implement a "hub and spokes" site structure with a parent site and various child sites.
Decision Education Foundation knew they needed a way to provide educators with more resources while making their site easier for their site administrators to maintain. Six Feet helped them accomplish both goals.
The University of Virginia Health System launched an all-new site for the Medical Center. Six Feet Up helped UVA Health System launch a brand-new website powered by Plone, a popular open source content management system that helps organize information on hundreds of doctors, locations, conditions, treatments and more.
The Indiana Historical Society knew changes were needed to make their website more relevant and engaging to their guests. Read more to find out how Six Feet Up and Abstract Edge helped bring their vision to life.
Looking for a content management system with localization features and a flexible templating system, Basilea Pharmaceutica naturally turned to Plone to build this disease education site.
Scala wanted to add dynamic features to their existing Plone site.
The Plone Immersive Training Experience website was created to support a customized training event.
The John Burroughs school site is a wonderful example of a highly customized Plone site where form meets function.
The Center for Galapagos Studies is a partnership between University of North Carolina and Universidad San Francisco de Quito.
Discover Magazine is best known in its print form as a science magazine written for a general audience. Discover Magazine has long been a Plone website.
The Information Theory Society (ITSOC) website takes advantage of Plone's robust features and customizes the software to help meet the specific needs of the society.
The Durham Public School district in Durham, North Carolina trades in their PHP based Joomla site for a Plone 3 site.
Six Feet Up is one of the three organizations who collaborated to the development of a new website for the first World Science Festival, a five day science festival in New York city featuring Nobel laureates and co-founded by Brian Greene.
“Club Red” spotlights the latest information available in nutrition, fitness, and research associated with heart disease in women.
Steel Grip wanted to increase sales on their site by making it easier for customers to browse and order products. Six Feet Up utilized Ruby on Rails to manage their products and associated information.
One of the best selling ski brands in the world, Spyder Active Sports, located in Colorado, tapped Six Feet Up for assistance with the migration of their existing intranet from Plone 2.1 to Plone 3.0.
An expanding network of high-end design centers, Adriyl was in need of a more robust solution to communicate with their vendors and customers, as well as manage their projects across their various locations.
This community-owned utility company wanted to upgrade their Plone site to the latest version of the open source content management system.
This first pilot project is Six Feet Up's response to the funeral home industry's needs. If successful, the product will be marketed as a vertical solution.
Currently under development: a Firefox-based application to replace Outlook for managing sales calls and production orders.
A new company trying to establish itself quickly as a major player in its market, Haussmann Stone tapped Six Feet Up for help to develop a website that can be easily updated with product and project information.
When Bowitt needed an online tool to address different target audiences with drastically different needs, they looked to Six Feet Up for just the right web solution.
Looking for a way to easily promote experts publications, this new association of data management professionals turned to Six Feet Up to develop their content-managed industry portal.
Looking for a way to increase the speed of their content managed site, this professional organization of lawyers embarked on a Plone 2.0 to 2.5 migration project.
This Indiana-based resource management consulting company was in need for a simple way to manage their website content and grow their reach.
Following some drastic changes in their course offering and their positioning, this school district was in need for a new identity as well as a way to easily delegate the management of their web content to their staff members.
An ongoing effort to make this repository of all human languages more accessible to the mass.
Enjoying a world leader position in their field, Illinois-based Holland Company asked Six Feet Up and Contextual for help with the revamp of their website.
The Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education (ISKME) was looking for assistance to improve both visually and functionally their open educational resources portal. Six Feet Up managed the development-side of the project and was a key player in the design and implementation of a new site.
California-based Trinity School wanted to align their online identity with their print material, as well as find a way to easily post content onto their website.
Looking to improve their image online and keep up with the competition, this nation-wide moving company asked Six Feet Up to revamp their corporate website using a modern look and feel and a CMS so they could differentiate themselves through a wide variety of information related to moving.
Looking for a redesign of their current website to better reflect the personality and mission of their non-profit organization, MS Friends asked Six Feet Up and eight fluid ounces to design and develop a content managed website for their organization.
The Alliance for Corporate Wealth was looking for web branding services and Plone Content Management System expertise for their new online communication platform.
When College Preparatory School decided to move their site to the Plone Content Management System, they asked Six Feet Up for assistance.
This Indiana-based non-profit organization was looking for a way to easily delegate their website maintenance to a staff of volunteers. The site also had to be displayed in both French and English.
EWSolutions was in need of a professional design to reflect their high-end positioning with corporations and large government agencies enterprise.
Looking for a way to reduce the amount of time spent taking class registrations over the phone, ICE Safety Solutions asked Six Feet Up to implement a full-fledged content managed class catalog addressing both their individual and corporate customers' needs.
Wanting to be the online reference for limestone, marble and mozaics products, Stone Selection turned to Six Feet Up to revamp their site and product catalog.
SFAMA selected Six Feet Up to develop and deploy a new website with enhanced functionalities such as posting job descriptions and resumes.
Blue and Gold Fleet needed to increase their online conversion rate while minimizing inefficiencies inherent in the manual process of updating and maintaining static content.
Seeking an increase in web traffic as well as a way to grow their revenues, a local telecommunication provider tapped Six Feet Up for support.
When California-based Zhone needed a better way to manage information on their website, they selected Six Feet Up to implement a Plone Content-Managed website.
To develop their credibility and expand their reach, a consulting agency connecting new tech-based companies and Fortune 1000 companies sought a new online corporate identity.
A successful chiropractic and acupuncture practice with a need for a convenient tool to provide information to existing and prospecting patients.
Federal Realty Investment Trust (NYSE: FRT) asked Six Feet Up to develop an online identity for their new shopping center in Arlington, Virginia.
How to automate time-consuming processes and comply with new Federal regulations.
LGI wanted to leverage their numerous success stories to prove their credibility and attract bigger customers.
A growing network of physicians in need of a communication channel with local patients.
How to promote local activities and services to increase tourism revenues.
A new Community College in need of a broader audience and a system to easily update their class catalog.
A new urban district with a need to attract tenants and visitors as well as leverage their various sponsored events.
To meet parents' growing needs for up-to-date information, St. Paul's Episcopal School sought a practical web-based solution that could expand with their needs.
Thomas P. Miller and Associates (TPMA) chose Six Feet Up to develop a website dedicated to RecruitTalent, the company's flagship Internship product.