Keenworks has done work for clients in such industries as:
- Ecommerce: The specialized needs of ecommerce are usually
product inventory systems and credit card verification. In the old
days, credit card verification used to be very difficult, but these
days, vendors such as Authorize.net
make credit card verification relatively pain-free. Product inventory
systems are relatively easy using the right development techniques.
They tend to require private access for security reasons.
- Intranets and Extranets: Large companies often have
complicated and antiquated bureaucracy processes. Converting them to
web-based processes can save time and money, and they often have a side
benefit of making work more fun for your employees. In any case, the
productivity gains are often dramatic. These systems tend to require
authorization schemes and very complex data relationships to reflect the
complex needs of corporate organization. Previous clients include
one of the largest worldwide financial services companies, through a
vendor relationship with Portland solutions provider PCDGroup.
- Community Sites: Otherwise known as "content management
systems" (CMS), Community sites are web-driven membership sites that do
dynamic publishing. These sites can be very large and popular, and
require high availability with many different combinations of features.
A more recent offshoot of community sites is grassroots political sites,
which combines an online web presence with action and productivity tools,
taking the principles of an intranet and releasing them to the web at
The requirements of these site types can be combined into basically any
other kind of web project. Other project requirements Keenworks has
worked on include: job-searching; education registration; dynamic
publishing including generation of pdfs, Excels, and graphs/images; home
page publishing communities; shared hosting environment administration;
and systems integration "glue work" for even larger-scale legacy
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