Campanelli is an award-winning Kentico site, built for the renowned local family-owned business, specializing in commercial real estate, construction, development, acquisitions and management. The site showcases Campanelli’s capabilities, services, and history, and features a detailed portfolio of completed and planned construction and development projects. The portfolio section was custom-built and includes a photo gallery and overview on each details page. Additionally, the details pages have optional integration with Google Maps, providing an easy way for site editors to add an interactive map to projects when necessary. A few projects even include an in-page webcam, with live shots of the property. Wakefly also designed and developed a microsite for one project, Heritage Landing.
Cybersheath is a Kentico site, built for a startup cyber security solutions company to provide information about their solutions and leadership capabilities, as well as to generate interest in the growing company. The site includes a careers section that provides easy access to a list of available positions, which was created in partnership with a third-party provider, and allows interested candidates to create a profile, search jobs, and submit applications directly through the Cybersheath website.
Other custom functionality includes unique rotating panels on the homepage, one of which utilizes a video clip; plus a Kentico blog with tagging and display modifications. From the back end, the site was also built for optimum ease of management within Kentico.
The site was designed and developed by Wakefly, and received an Award of Excellence at the 2013 Communicator Awards in the Computer/IT/Software category.
LoJack’s website serves as both an informational hub for customers to learn more about LoJack products and services, and as a fully functional eCommerce platform for their sale and purchase. The site was built in Kentico to be integrated with an internal eCommerce system and Authorize.NET. Special functionality includes a custom taxes calculation and multiple step checkout process with add-ons and discounts, providing the client with a comprehensive online store to serve their needs as well as their customers’.
The site houses extensive information on LoJack’s products and services, from recovery systems for consumer cars and trucks or commercial fleets and construction, to those for people at risk or for laptops. It also provides the opportunity for customers to get in contact with customer service either directly, by filling out a form, or by requesting a call. Forms and landing pages are integrated with Pardot, to assist the company in analyzing the type of customers interested in their product and subsequently making the best possible information available.
Wakefly designed an developed the new Digitron website with a focus on highlighting their extensive product catalog. The new site provides a robust, interactive experience for users to search, sort, and gather information on the products they need. The project catalog is fully sortable based on a number of factors specific to the type of products being browsed. While browsing, users can add items to a quote in the custom-built customer area. This customer area provides a place for users to save products and documents, and create a personalized area for their specific needs.
The homepage includes a creative display of some of the top products, as well as a rotating banner displaying some of the products and their primary uses. From the back end, the site has been built for optimum ease of use in editing content, and is integrated with a specialized importer that helps manage the product catalog.