Excellent problem solving is the key skill Squire brings to the table at every meeting with his clients. Take a look at how a couple of his clients worked through their business needs with Squire's help.
Case Study #1: aiashop.com
Adventures in Advertising (AiA) Central Iowa identified a need shared by a number of their clients: help administering their often cumbersom uniform programs. In response, they wanted to develop a custom website where their customers could easily and conveniently order, track and maintain records for these complex programs.
"Squire made our vision reality," says Mike Bisbee, owner of AiA Central Iowa. "He listened to what we needed, worked seamlessly with my staff, and brought aiashop to life." Squire's detailed programming knowledge and experience with building web applications allowed the company to build a more robust solution, in a fraction of the time, than they otherwise would have been able to put together with their existing staff.
Now that aiashop is live, AiA's clients have a one-stop shop for their uniform program needs. They can build a custom catalog of products, order from the website 24/7, and maintain records for all of their employees. The website also provides a competitive edge for AiA, streamlines their business processes, and makes their clients very happy. "aiashop," continues Mike, "is an outstanding solution that our competition can't match!"
Case Study #2: saw-online.com
The Scrollsaw Association of the World (SAW), a world-wide association with over 700 active members and 26 local chapters, had two websites- one for the public and one for members. They also had a separate off-line membership database (developed by Squire several years earlier). There was no communication between the two sites and the membership database, making membership management an administrative headache and the websites overly complicated and requiring frequent manual maintenance.
SquireWeb was able to combine the two websites into one user-friendly site with convenient and efficient administrative tools, such as local chapter pages, a board of directors blog, and a newsletter publishing feature. The membership database was also tied in, reducing the duplication of effort in maintaining records and keeping the website up-to-date.
"The transfer was completed within one month, with more user-friendly features than we ever thought possible. Needless to say we are well pleased with the service offered by SquireWeb, Inc.," says SAW's Lucille Brooke.