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CKC Selects ACI for Framework

CK Communications has selected ACI to develop the web site framework for the redesign of

The new web site will utilize a modern content management system and allow users to subscribe and submit payment for subscriptions online. In addition, the new site will have an interactive calendar that will allow users to submit events, and an extensive web-based administrative area that allows the site's owner's to add/edit/delete content.

Submitted by michael on Fri, 09/01/2006 - 10:57am
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ACI Awarded Florida Green Building Coalition Membership Website Project

ACI was recently awarded a project by the Florida Green Building Coalition (FGBC) to build an online membership database. The project will involve setting up a content management system for all FGBC's membes and contacts, registered green products and projects, and green building consultants.

ACI will utilize existing FGBC data and the Drupal open-source content management system to create a web site that will allow FGBC administrators to:

  • easy access to their membership and contact data
  • give members a way to update their own contact information online
  • provide a listing of FGBC-approved "green" building products
  • provide a listing of FGBC "green" building projects
  • provide a method for FGBC to send email newslettes to members and contacts
  • allow FGBC administrators a
Submitted by michael on Sat, 07/15/2006 - 10:56am
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ACI Selected to Build Site for Democratic Candidate for Lt. Gov. of Connecticut

ACI has recently been selected by Slifka For Connecticut, Inc. to design and deploy a campaign web site for Scott Slifka, democratic candidate for governor in Connecticut. ACI will develop a modern web site that allows users to make online campaign contributions.

ACI had previously developed a deployed a modern campaign contribution engine that allows all contributions to be approved by multiple members of campaign staff before the contribution is actually accepted and the contributor's credit card is charged.

Submitted by michael on Mon, 06/05/2006 - 10:57am
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