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Altair Engineering is a leading product design and development, engineering software, and cloud computing software company based in Troy, Michigan. For more than 20 years, Media Genesis has provided all of the website development needs for Altair.
Media Genesis developed a fully customized website and accompanying Content Management System (CMS) for Altair Engineering. Altair selected a custom CMS with the .Net platform for their website about 17 years ago. The .Net solution was chosen due to its built-in multilingual functionality and support. Over the years – and due to the flexible and robust structure of .Net – the Altair CMS has survived many rounds of redesign.
SEE Eyewear came to Media Genesis in need of a new eCommerce website, which we developed using Sitefinity, a .Net-based CMS. Online purchasing was implemented with a Sitefinity eCommerce module. The overall site design was implemented with a standard master page-based Sitefinity design template.
Custom modules were developed with .Net C#, Telerik components, and a native Sitefinity eCommerce API for the homepage, product list, product search, product details, adding to cart, and user register. The site included Avalara tax data integration through a custom tax data importing process. .Net-based Sitefinity eCommerce APIs were used to integrate in-house point-of-sale and UPS shipping.
Media Genesis partnered with Ziebart International Corporation, a company specializing in vehicle appearance and protection services for over 60 years, to design and rebuild Ziebart’s Corporate website.
Ziebart’s corporate website was developed with Sitefinity, a .Net-based CMS. The design was implemented with a standard master page-based Sitefinity design template. Custom modules were developed for the homepage, blog list, blog details, store details, find my Ziebart store search, and request an appointment/estimate functions. The site included IP-to-location dynamic API functionality in order to determine the user’s location using their IP address.
Media Genesis partnered with Ziebart International Corporation, a company specializing in vehicle appearance and protection services, to build a unique website for Ziebart’s franchise branch. Prior to working with Media Genesis, Ziebart’s Franchise sector was only represented by a single webpage on their corporate site.
The Ziebart Franchise website was developed with Sitefinity, a .Net-based CMS. The design created to match the corporate site while still providing the custom information needed for users interested in franchising with Ziebart. Custom modules were developed with .Net C#, Telerik components, and native Sitefinity APIs. These custom modules were for the blog list, blog details, and contact/request information form.
ASE is Michigan’s premier HR resource for over 750 member companies of all sizes. ASE offers employee engagement tools and other resources, which their current website was unable to properly handle. ASE came to Media Genesis in need of a redesigned website with improved content organization, navigation, and user flow.
ASE’s website was developed with DNN9, a .Net-based CMS. Site navigation was implemented through a DNN page tree navigation component for easy admin control. Custom modules were developed for the homepage, news and events, and user signup with integrations with the Dynamics 365 customer relationship management (CRM) system in order to marry all of these components together.
HealthPlus of Michigan is a licensed not-for-profit Health Maintenance Organization providing health care coverage to more than 200,000 members. HealthPlus arranges for the delivery of healthcare through a variety of commercial products and government programs.
HeathPlus required a Provider Directory for their website. Media Genesis produced wireframes, designs, and built the directory utilizing .Net programming. Our team created wireframes to establish the layout that would best allow users to search and find information in the fewest number of clicks possible. Design was developed based on HealthPlus’s already-existing corporate branding. All features and functions were then programmed using .Net and implemented by Media Genesis.
The goal of the project with the Detroit Housing Commission (DHC) was to create a revamped website to show public housing properties online. This required improvements in three key areas: design, content, and functionality.
Media Genesis worked with both DHC and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. DHC opted for a custom-built content management system utilizing .Net to integrate with their housing application data. MG developed both an administrative and public-facing website as well as a backend application that clears sessions once the browser closes. This way, information received while a user visited the site is not kept once the site closes; a critical security piece for accessing the site on public computers.