One of the most difficult parts of taking on a new project is having to keep all of the details about it top secret. The post-launch reveal can never come soon enough, and with that being said, we are thrilled to finally be able to share with you a couple of the projects that we have been hard at work on over the past few months!
We began working with GreenMind founder and sustainability thought leader, Paul Shahriari, nearly eight years ago. He was one of our very first clients, and since meeting we have worked with him on many successful projects. We are delighted to collaborate with him on his newest venture, MyGreenPayback, an application designed to calculate the return on investment of green products in the home and workplace. Our involvement here has included everything from ideation and product development to managing and implementing the program itself. We really believe that it is one of our best investments, as it will serve to benefit clients, consumers, and the planet!
Yes To™ is a California-based company with a world-dominating line of natural beauty products made from fresh fruits and vegetables. With a new product line in the works, they were looking to invest in an app that their sales representatives could use for corresponding market testing and promotion. We happily hopped on board and took advantage of the PhoneGap framework to deliver a hybrid-native app that collects relevant consumer data such as age, product preferences, and email addresses for use in future marketing campaigns. The app was also presented as a web app on their Facebook page to incentivize consumers to follow their page and take advantage of promotion items. Yes To™ offers truly unique products, and we look forward to taking on more projects like this one in the future.
We were lucky enough to have Theo Jamison of Performance Solutions By Design stop by our Atlanta office recently to help us continue to meet our standards of quality. Theo is a pioneer in service excellence and is always able to help us highlight our strong and weak areas, as well as reminding us that what we do is more than just a function. Here’s to continued improvement and many successes to come!
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