Stolway Holdings is an internationally renowned company which designs, manufactures and delivers industrial air conditioning systems for extreme environments. With specific expertise in the petro-chemical industry, Stolway works with some of the worlds leading exploration and development companies in areas including oil rigs. Stolway first approached Internetrix to redevelop their existing website early last year, and have now upgraded to a new design and taking the opportunity to build their site on Freestyle, the Internetrix Content Management System. Developed and delivered in near-record time, the site is still being populated, with more sections coming online in coming weeks. Feel free to check it out at www.stolway.com.au
. Shellharbour Council - eDA
A key part of a Council's responsibilities to their community is to act as a consenting authority. To provide consent on issues related to developments, constructions and more, Councils accept applications, and assess them against relevant policies, regulations and laws. Internetrix was approached by Shellharbour Council around 12 months ago to undertake a pilot project to develop an online Development Application form, which would take an application online. Following this initial scoping, Internetrix has delivered the eDA, an entire online application submission and tracking system, based on the Gravity product, which went live with a group of customers this month. Progressively being rolled out, firstly through high volume users, and eventually to the community level, the eDA is an exciting step forward for e-government. You will soon be able to view an interactive demonstration of the eDA in action on our website. Bio Medical Logo Development
Bio Medical Holdings, a success story in the innovation and distribution of leading safety products for the health industry, is expanding into the global market. As part of this process, they are re-branding to become BMDI, or Bio Medical Distribution International. Robert Archer, a valued client for a number of years, approached Internetrix to design a new logo and then redevelop his website. The website is currently under development, and the new logo and brand identity is being used around the world in the BMDI production facilities. Stay tuned next month to see the new site live in action.