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.
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.
A successful chiropractic and acupuncture practice with a need for a convenient tool to provide information to existing and prospecting patients.
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.
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.
Scala wanted to add dynamic features to their existing Plone site.
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.
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.