ImageServe, Inc adds five new clients for web design and e-commerce
Fri, July 18, 2003 ATLANTA, --
ImageServe, a leading provider of web design and e-commerce, today
announced the acquisition of five new clients. The recent additions
to ImageServe's client list include Turner Broadcasting, Energetix,
Packaging Atlanta, CNI (Cancer Nutrition Information) and U.S Machinery
ImageServe is working with these clients in a number of areas including
web design to help strengthen brand image; e-commerce solutions
to increase company revenue; website upgrades which will maximize
online presence; content management systems that allow companies
to maintain content on their site; and database applications that
organize and manage a company's sales force.
ImageServe's new accounts and a brief description are listed below:
Turner Broadcasting: ImageServe developed an Intranet application
for sales productivity improvement for the Trade Group at Turner
Broadcasting. This database application keeps track of new and ongoing
company trade information that can be accessed by multiple Turner
employees over the Internet. Turner Broadcasting is a premier cable
television entertainment company.
Energetix: Energetix turned to ImageServe to come up with
a strategy to implement E-commerce and an on-line shopping system
for their company website. Energetix is a leading provider of homeopathic
remedies and is located in Dahlonega, GA.
Packaging Atlanta: ImageServe developed a new graphic design
for the Packaging Atlanta website and as well as a content management
system for uploading product information and images. Packaging Atlanta
is a producer of custom boxes for a variety of industries such as
Cancer Nutrition Info: ImageServe provided a strategic approach
to establishing a content management system, graphic design, e-commerce,
and an on-line subscription system. CNI provides on-going research
analysis to cancer patients about proper nutritional programs.
US Machinery Associates: ImageServe developed a new graphic
design for the US Machinery website and a content management system.
The system enables US Machinery personnel to upload digital pictures
and descriptions of their inventory on the fly. US Machinery buys
and sells high-end used equipment for the commercial printing industry.
"ImageServe's ability to focus on overall business solutions for
clients in addition to web services has allowed us to attract these
new clients", says Dave Owen, ImageServe CEO and founder. ImageServe
is Atlanta's longest running web development firm, founded in 1994.
About ImageServe: ImageServe is a full service web development firm
specializing in front-end graphic design and back end database applications.
For more information, please visit www.imageserve.com