Wine Bloc and Asset Super go with Elcom

Web developer wins two new clients for website redesign

Web application developer, Elcom, has announced two new clients: Wine Bloc and Asset Super.

Elcom Technology develops Enterprise Content Management Systems and online commerce for secure Internet, Extranet and Intranet sites. The company also works with brands such as Hyundai, Lend Lease and the University of Technology, Sydney.

Wine Bloc selected Elcom to create a website and content management solution for its wine storage project. The company had converted 127 cells in the historic Pentridge Gaol in Coburg, Victoria, into state-of-the-art, climate-controlled, wine cellars and wanted a website that introduced the concept of virtual wine storage to potential customers.

It also needed a content management system that would enable Wine Bloc customers to virtually manage their wine. It also had to be flexible enough to cope with an expanding website that encompassed e-commerce at a customer and supplier level in the future. Elcom used CommunityManager.NET platform to develop the website.

“It is great to know that the back end of the website is already in place so that we can hit the ground running when we launch the e-commerce element of our business,” said associate director at Wine Bloc, Chris Ivkovic.

Industry super fund, Asset Super, went with Elcom to develop a website that could be managed inhouse. The fund could only make changes to its previous CMS using a third party supplier and wanted the more control over its systems.

“Elcom and the CommunityManager.NET platform provided us with flexibility and functionality that Asset had not experienced before — the product was simple and intuitive straight out of the box,” Asset Super marketing and communications manager, Mary Murphy, said.

“We also used Elcom’s technical services to build specific functionality that we required. We now have a strong foundation in place to grow and develop our web presence.”

The organisation is now working on phase two of the project.

Elcom chief executive officer and founder, John Anstey, said the company was lucky to have worked on some exciting and challenging projects and he was looking forward to future expansion.

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