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 The following is a small sample of websites that we have developed for our clients:

TRI-STATE AUTO AUCTION runs an in-house Visual Basic LAN application that uses a Microsoft Access database to store the data. The inventory of salvage vehicles is then uploaded to a SQL Server database that resides on their web server. They also upload a sampling of photos from upcoming salvage sales. These salvage sales are held every two weeks, and an auction list of the vehicles available at these sales is also uploaded by the Tri-State office staff.

The site was developed using standard HTML and ASP Classic.

www.tristatesalvage.com

 

 
MOLDEN FUNERAL CHAPEL, INC. provides sensitive funeral services when a loved one has passed away. This site features an on-line obituary listing that is maintained by the Molden staff using password protected data entry forms. This site was developed using ASP Classic.

www.moldenfuneralchapel.com

THE PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS NEWTORK is a group of local business owners and sales people who meet every Friday morning for breakfast and networking. Their website, developed in ASP Classic and standard HTML, features a member list that is updated by means of a password protected data entry form. This form stores the information in a Microsoft Access database that resides on their web server.

www.pbnbucks.com
 


 
THE PARISH OF CHRIST THE KING is a Parish of the Worldwide Communion of Catholic Apostolic National Churches. The website features extensive content and is maintained lovingly by one of our associates, who is also a member of the Parish. The site is comprised entirely of standard HTML.

www.ctkalive.org

T-BILL is an open-source time and billing program developed by our owner that is designed specifically to satisfy the billing requirements of the independent consultant. This site utilizes an on-line tour of the program that stores the descriptions and locations of the screen-shots in an Access database. The site also features a download demo of the program, along with complete e-mail notifications.

www.tbill2k.com