The Greater London Authority (GLA) required Objective to build from scratch – and in just four weeks – a new website for one of the many initiatives under the umbrella of the Mayor's London Tree and Woodland Framework.
Quick efficient communication was a key factor for Balfour Beatty, alongside their commitment to improve safety. Objective created a system to send safety alerts to multiple people associated with contracts or projects simultaneously.
Objective integrated bespoke functionality with Microsoft SharePoint 2010 out-of-the-box features to create a tailored Contracts Database, giving Inspectorate staff global visibility of their customers.
Collecting data on site and communicating it very quickly back into the systems at HQ gives Aspect its competitive edge. This is Line of Business, Mobile and Extranet Solution uses Windows, Microsoft Exchange and Web technology.
When the Forestry Commission required a new website to deliver commercial information to land owners, Objective was tasked with bringing the project to fruition with the Naturally Active website.
Essex based manufacturing company Wilks has a new website that interacts with their distributors and enables customers to request free samples, buy products online, download fitting guides and watch 'How to' videos.
Objective created the blog, branded to match the current Caterer.com website, to include a custom menu so all navigation returns users back to the main caterer site. A customer tracking code was added and the blog was set up ready to go.
Despite having a strong IT department , when Countryside Properties needed additional expertise in planning, improving and upgrading their Microsoft SharePoint systems to gain better business benefit...they turned to Objective.
For the London Underground Bond Street Upgrade Project Costain and Laing O'Rourke employed Objective's software development skills to trial linking through Quick Response (QR) codes on a section of works.