We introduced how the web could be used as a key platform for educating physicians around the world on how to use a blood test to better diagnose chest pain. We showed Magnivision how a patient could pick frame styles that match their face shape, from a website.
While some firms were building proprietary websites, INDiVO decided to use open source CMS Systems like Joomla and WordPress to make accessing the internet’s value more affordable.
These platforms also allow companies to expand a website’s features and functionality as their needs change, without having to start over. These platforms also make it possible for Clients to maintain their own websites, if they choose. We added managed shared and dedicated hosting services to provide Clients with better security and support, for both development and production versions of a website, as well as the assurance that core code and security patches would be implemented each month. Magento and WooCommerce ecommerce and catalog websites were added to our repertoire. That’s right, we were doing ecommerce well before it was a thing. Along with our web-based work, we continued to develop traditional integrated programs of print, advertising and trade show support to coordinate with what a client is doing online.