373 Group as a new networking group had no online presence other than through social media accounts. There was a need to create a website to publicise the group and the benefits of joining. The website also needed to offer a vibrant platform for publishing regular updates and for engaging and promoting local businesses. It was essential to keep administration costs low so everything had to be easy to manage.
The legacy desktop CRM and fundraising package was hard to maintain. Data and information were fragmented, data was duplicated and reporting was limited. The ageing software and hardware were slow, insecure and difficult to update.
Hampton Place is a thriving dental practice in Exeter. Their branding and the slow ‘Flash’ based website didn’t reflect the professional, modern nature of the practice. The site wasn’t mobile responsive. It was difficult to update and lacked content and engagement mechanisms for patients and fellow professionals. It wasn’t possible for patients to book appointments online.
The information hub is intended to offer residents and visitors up-to-date information on events, attractions and local businesses in this popular East Devon town. The previous site was difficult to update, slow and not mobile-friendly. Consequently, it had minimal impact on promoting the town.