Corporate-Sites

Vector Electricity Network

December 1st, 2003

Vector Electricity  screenshotVector Electricity Network needed to introduce themselves and their services to distinctive markets with particular concerns. Netconcepts took their content and presented it in a compelling and search engine optimal website that caters to these audiences. We also provided Vector with the tools they need to make the site a cost effective marketing tool, with Vector staff able to edit and update content through a user-friendly and robust content management system.

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Visit The Site: Vector Electricity Network
Further Work For This Client: Vector Gas Portfolio, Pure Energy Portfolio and Vector Networks Portfolio Page

Vector Networks

December 1st, 2003

Vector Networks screenshotVector Networks needed to provide potential investors and interested parties with easy access to company information. Easily managed and updated via a user-friendly content management system, Vectornetworks.co.nz provides up to date insight into the networks company in a search engine optimal form and offers the company a cost effective communications tool.

[ database | client admin cms | SEO ]

Visit The Site: Vector Networks
Further Work For This Client: Vector Gas Portfolio, Pure Energy Portfolio and Vector Electricity Networks Portfolio

How to survive web host failure

January 15th, 2002

Originally published in New Zealand Herald

Having just spent US$250,000 on an e-commerce system, the cosmetics company heard the news. Three weeks after their site going live, they would lose everything because the ASP was using leased hardware. These mistakes can be avoided if companies follow some basic principles says Stephan Spencer, President of Netconcepts.

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The Dirty Dozen

September 1st, 1999

Originally published in CIO WebBusiness

It was more than the slippery chicken and limp asparagus that produced a bad case of heartburn for a group of company site managers, web developers and consultants over the conference lunch. They all related their pet peeves about company websites to Scott Kirsner for CIO, include this one from Netconcepts’ President Stephan Spencer.

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