Umbraco project for BilBasen.
Bilzonen occupies about 50% of car market in Denmark . The system collects the data from dealer sites and shows it in unified format. Also Bilzonen provides many additional services.
The data crawler scans dealers sites and get all need information. The site is based on CMS system Umbraco and mainly generated by XSLT transformation.
Umbraco project for Midland Expressway.The M6toll is the most exciting development in British transport history for many years. Since the M6toll opened in December 2003, it has grown from strength to strength and is recognised as the key strategic through route in the West Midlands; bypassing one of Europe’s most congested motorways.
Midland Expressway Limited (MEL) is a private company with the government concession to design, build, operate and maintain the 27 miles of the M6toll until 2054. After this time the road will be handed back to the government. MEL is 100% owned by the Macquarie Atlas Roads.
Umbraco project for Greenstone.Greenstone software covers Environment, Health & Safety, CSR Frameworks, SupplierPortal and any other non-financial KPIs you need to report. It can help you in a myriad of areas; we’ve been doing it for years and support clients in more than 90 countries.
To ensure our solutions and clients remain up to date with the latest developments we have a truly world class team of industry experts on board. They’re here to help, advise and support you at any and every step of your reporting journey.
With Greenstone you’ll find that there’s always someone at the end of the phone for you to talk to. We’ll help you make sense of your data, assist you with your reports and advise you on your strategy. It’s the personal touch that makes Greenstone different. And it’s our commitment to superb customer service that sets us apart.
Umbraco project for ST Katharine Docks.The waterside community has evolved to offer something for everyone — inspiring space for businesses, luxury homes, quayside dining and shopping.
The origins of the site can be traced back over a thousand years and through many incarnations, yet it is the ambitious future of St Katharine Docks that is really capturing the imagination of today’s London.