Sample Customer Profiles
Our clients range from small to large associations, governments, corporations, and other organizations in the U.S., Europe, and elsewhere around the world. Our largest customers have scaled their websites to over 100,000 users and managed more than 100 ea. separate public, member and portal sites, and online communities with a single Pl@za Website Management System implementation.
Please read below some sample U.S. customer profiles.
Company Mananging Collective Intelligence
A company offering forecasts and strategy services for governments, businesses and international organizations selected Pl@za 6 for its redesigned website and member site. Forecasts now display innovative dynamic graphs with S-curves for technology adoption levels as well as bubble and bar charts for various forecast data and distributions. Pl@za membership extensions were implemented for member life cycle management, including online applications, renewals, payments, membership communication, and access to online member communities, while Pl@za's expert system produces forecasts collectively online in real-time. For further information, please read Teamware press release.
Making Website Association's E-business Strategy
A professional society with 7,000 members implemented Teamware P@za to power the association's e-business strategy and online presence. Teamware Pl@za manages the association's public website, 53 chapter websites and a members-only site for interactive member services, as well as online communities for chapters, committees, task forces and special interest groups. The association enjoys a fast-growing revenue stream from online payments with event registrations, dues renewals and online store purchases. To achieve maximum benefits, the website was integrated with iMIS association management system for members, chapters, committees, membership applications, dues renewals, events, event registrations and online payments.
Extending Website with Online Communities
To enhance communication and collaboration among its 60,000 geographically dispersed members, a professional society launched an interactive Web community service with Teamware P@za. The online community became profitable due to sponsorships and remarkable savings. According to the association's Manager of New Media: "Now committees need to meet less frequently because they can interact virtually from their homes around the nation. We can make more effective use of our resources by grouping like-minded people into segments and sharing information online."
Creating Industry Portal
The website of a trade association offered a portal with member services to retailers, distributors, product manufacturers, and other members in the entertainment industry to help them be more efficient and profitable. According to the Executive Director: "Using a standardized commercial system allows us to easily manage a variety of user groups and personalize our services to individuals while maintaining a consistent branded look and feel of the virtual spaces and effectively publish content in them."