Virtus Investment Partners (www.virtus.com) enlisted CASE Partners as their technology partner to design and develop a mobile application that would run on iOS and Android operating systems.
After working with Virtus Investment Partners to define what we wanted to accomplish with the app, CASE designed a user-focused interface that allowed investors and other financial professionals to quickly access Joe Terranova’s popular “Market Insight” and other Virtus Investment managers’ blogs, locate Virtus wholesalers, and access an interactive “Investor Guide."
The blog was designed to work on iPhone, iPad and Android devices, and was met with great success, even winning an award for Best Investment Mobile Application at the 2012 MobileWebAward Competition.
Executives In Action (EIA) is a Dallas-based non-profit organization that engages experienced executives to serve as pro bono consultants for charitable agencies. EIA needed a rapidly developed, scalable solution to streamline their entire workflow, including the executive and non-profit application process, and creating and managing the relationship between the program participants.
CASE Partners delivered a fully integrated system built upon a home-grown “Collaboration Framework” through creative and extensive use of the Salesforce Platform, its available Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), and the philanthropic donation from Salesforce.com of 10 free Salesforce enterprise licenses. This framework provides for publically accessible website integration with Salesforce and other systems. Executives and non-profits interact using standard web technologies to upload bios, resumes, profiles, projects, etc., and administration is managed by EIA staff via the Salesforce interface.
Salesforce.com (customization, workflow rules, email templates, reports, etc.), ASP.NET/MVC.
The Partnership for Strong Communities, a Hartford-based nonprofit working to end homelessness, develop healthy neighborhoods and to create more affordable housing opportunities, enlisted CASE Partners to develop a website that can be updated by their own staff.
CASE Partners built the site on an open-source content management system, and included modules to update and display an events calendar, social networking buttons, a newsfeed, and hook into their payment processing system to collect donations. A training session took place to ensure that the staff members were completely familiar with the new site and the editor tools. The end result was a clean, usable website that provides necessary information to their intended audience and ultimately saves the organization money by allowing staff members to maintain the site in house with an easy-to-use interface.