Client Success: Websense (414 KB)
Websense, Inc. is a global leader in integrated Web, email and data security solutions, protecting over 50,000 organizations worldwide from malicious code, loss of confidential information and ensures enforcement of Internet use and security policies. Websense had elected to migrate from Interwoven Content Management System (CMS) to RedDot CMS.
Client Success: SWA (343 KB)
The Saskatchewan Watershed Authority is responsible for leading the management of Saskatchewan’s water resources to ensure safe drinking water sources and reliable water supplies.
Client Success: City of Torrance (327 KB)
The City of Torrance uses RedDot CMS known currently known as Open Text Web Solutions to update and manage content on http://www.torranceCA.gov. The website is a public-facing website used to provide information to the residents and businesses of the City of Torrance, as well as information about the municipal government.
Client Success: Bugaboo (289 KB)
Bugaboo Bee was launching an innovative stroller designed to be nimble, compact and easy-to-use. The focal point of the product launch campaign was a video demonstrating the luxury stroller. The interactive portion of the product launch required demonstrating the agility of the stroller’s movement through fluidly moving Flash-driven banner ads.
Client Success: University of Arkansas (348 KB)
The University of Arkansas had recently installed Version 9 of RedDot CMS (also known as Open Text Web Solutions). Following the installation the content editors experienced several issues with the WYSWIG Telerik content editor integrated in RedDot CMS Version 9.
Client Success: NEA Mobile (402 KB)
The rise in smart phone adoption has increased the volume of users accessing websites via mobile devices. However, websites need to be mobile optimized in order for mobile visitors to be able to quickly navigate, download web pages and easily read content.
Client Success: NEA MB (1126 KB)
The National Education Association’s Member Benefit Corporation (NEA MB) is a professional employee organization that represents public school teachers and other support personnel, faculty and staffers at colleges and universities, retired educators, and college students preparing to become teachers. NEA serves 3.2 million members across the United States.
Client Success: Zune-Arts.Net (280 KB)
The Challenge Zune-Arts.net is a gallery website that hosts a variety of artwork that has received formal praise from the Museum of Modern Art in NYC. The gaining popularity of the website meant that Zune-Arts.net expected to have a rapidly increasing volume of artwork and licensing to manage
Client Success: Coca Cola (504 KB)
The Coca-Cola Company is the world's largest beverage company. In June 2005 they introduced Coca-Cola Zero®, their largest product launch in 22 years. Diet beverages are historically more popular with the female audience. However, in August 2007, leading advertising agency Crispin Porter + Bogusky (CP+B) was developing a large online advertising campaign for Coke Zero to attract a target market that traditionally did not consume diet beverages.
Client Success: Lexus L Studio (944 KB)
Lexus is the top selling Luxury automaker in the U.S. and belongs to the global Toyota family, whose members together constitute the world’s third-leading automaker. Lexus has a focus on innovation. Lexus wanted to encourage and inspire its audience to innovate in their own personal lives as well. Lexus launched their L Studio website to share a collection of original web clips from art, culture, design, science, entertainment, architecture, and beyond.
Client Success: Walt Disney Company (984 KB)
The Walt Disney Company, one of the largest media and entertainment corporations in the world, found that its Disney DVD website had become outdated. The website’s simple “movie list” format no longer captivated the audience with the same excitement emulated in Disney movies. The DisneyDVD website was falling short of the objectives of all related departments.
Client Success: Best Buy / Geek Squad (273 KB)
Best Buy’s Geek Squad dreamed of building a new website where their Geek Squad Agents could network and compete to find solutions to “some of the hi-techiest, sci-fiest and most geeked-out things imaginable”. This new website was part of a change in brand positioning strategy to change the perception that Geek Squad Agents just fix computers.
Client Success: ICON (613 KB)
ICON was created by the infamous Johnathaon Ward, who worked directly with Mr. Toyota to build three working prototypes of what eventually became the 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser.
Client Success: Carmichael International Service (891 KB)
Carmichael and all parties in the shipping process now have simplified access to required information which has reduced phone calls by over 3000 per day because clients are able to obtain information needed via Carmichael’s new web-based interface.
Client Success: Intent.com (1459 KB)
Mallika Chopra, the daughter of Deepak Chopra and Sal Taylor Kydd a former Yahoo! executive, wanted to launch Intent.com with the aim of it becoming the most trusted wellness destination for capturing and sharing people’s personal, social, spiritual, and environmental intentions.
Client Success: Miramax (1727 KB)
Award-winning Miramax, a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company, planned to re-design their website to offer a truly entertaining user experience with access to all Miramax titles including those coming soon, currently in theaters, or on DVD/Blu-ray.
Client Success: Epson Electronics America (1313 KB)
Epson Electronics America (EEA) is known by its parent-company Seiko Epson Corporation and with industry partners for being forward-thinking and making innovative technological advances.
Client Success: Volkswagen (814 KB)
Volkswagen of America, the world’s third largest car manufacturer, was repositioning its brand identity to expand their market presence and reach its celebrated enthusiast community. Volkswagen’s agency of record, Crispin Porter + Bogusky (CPB), envisioned a more interactive and engaging user experience that strongly reflected the brand’s personality.
Client Success: Logistics Company (566 KB)
Client Success: Multiquip (434 KB)
Multiquip found that their current version of OpenText Web Solutions was outdated and needed to be updated. Multiquip was not using all the aspects of their OpenText Web Solutions, Management Server and Delivery Server to their full capabilities and had never implemented their purchased Content Server (Livelink). They lacked the time and experience to put all the pieces together to create a fully dynamic, functional and efficient CMS and delivery platform; for this, they turned to Oshyn.
Client Success: Winter Park Resort (863 KB)
With a CMS that was nearing the end of its lifespan, Winter Park Resort was running into reoccurring issues like dead links, time-consuming updates and frequent unscheduled site outages on a routine basis. A complex web of technical workarounds was becoming the norm rather than the exception. They knew they needed a CMS that could handle constant updates, would be easy-to-use and intuitive, and would have built-in reporting tools to help them keep their website running smoothly.