PTC Webworks Innovations
PTC Webworks has a reputation pushing the envelope of website design and functionality. Here’s a brief description of work we have done for recent clients:
Amerimark Capital Corporation - A Dallas-based merchant and investment banking firm. PTCW developed a process that redirects unsolicited emails, business plans, and proposals requesting capital funding to a qualifications location in the Amerimark website. Here solicitors are directed to interface with an expert system that collects and evaluates the information needed to pass initial Amerimark qualification hurdles. As a result Amerimark Capital executives no longer need personally review and consider unsolicited email offers.
Centurion Mortgage - A Dallas-based full-service mortgage company. PTCW built a sophisticated online loan application capability. Here residential home buyers can use the company's internet website to apply for mortgage loans. This system saves collected application information at the end of each of 10 different sections of the application, allowing users to stop and return later to complete their application without the need to re-enter previously collected information. Another major innovation included the development of a multi-layered access system that allows different viewing and modification capability depending on whether the user is an applicant, loan processor, loan officer, realtor, or administrator.
Barbara Towery - Located in the Dallas World Trade Center, Barbara Towery is a manufacturer's representative for fine children's clothing. For this customer we designed and built the site providing for log-in access to a private side to view clothing lines and pricing. A loader allows the staff to change photos and prices. A registration screen allows individual stores to request access to view private side offerings.
The Klein Group - Located in the Dallas World Trade Center, Barbara Towery is another manufacturer's representative for fine children's clothing. For this customer we also designed and built the site providing for log-in access to a private side to view clothing lines and pricing. A loader allows the staff to change photos and prices. A registration screen allows individual stores to request access to view private side offerings.
380 RV & Mini Storage -- This client chose a simple yet compelling web design to show off different types of available storage facilities on a
single page. This single page site utilizes swap images to display storage options. This client also wanted a site that would replace yellow pages advertising at a fraction of the price.
Septic Solutions of Texas - This client desired to bcome an "authority site" on the subject of sepic tank problems and solutions.
We researched and wrote the information needed to achieve authority status on the web. At this frequently visited site, potential customers learn about the causes of
problems they may be experiencing and are then encouraged to contact the company to request service.
Tornado Storm Shelters - This client sought a website that would showcase and promote his tornado storm shelter product.
We designed, authored, and built a site that educates visitors about tornados as well as explains the construction, installation,
warranty, and pricing of the shelter product. In additon, the site provides a real time window into the National Weather Service radar
view for North Texas.
OK Recycling -- This McKinney, Texas based scrap metal recycling company wanted an inexpensive website that would attract customers wishing to earn cash by recycling scrap metal. The client also wanted to attract businesses such as plumbeers and electricians who typically have a good deal of scrap copper to sell.
380 Trailer Sales and Rentals. - This Princeton, Texas client asked for a simple, highly graphical website that would successfully market his trailer sales and rentals over the internet. We built a compact website that rotates pictures on the front page of each type of trailer including: stock, utility, dump, landscape, and custom made. A simple contact form makes it easy for prospective customers to reach out during non-business hours.
Stailey's Salon and Barber Shop - This family owned McKinney business needed a website that promoted their full-service salon and barber shop operation in the local area. We developed "pop-up" coupons to encourage newcomers to try out their services.
Hines McClellan Properties - This client decided to sell an unusual peice of real-estate property consisting of three residences and two buildings on 11 acres. We developed this website to attract potential investors and achieve search placement above
Therma-Lock Buildings - This website is designed to display the many styles, sizes, and prices for steel and wood frame portable buildings that are for sale. This is a very competitive business and the website emphasizes the company's competitive cost and quality advantages. Customer testimonials and intellegent website design are used to encourage potential customers to contact the company either by email or phone.
We've done all this for all these companies...we can do as much or more for you.
Why not contact us today and get going on bringing that website you’ve been dreaming about to life?
(972) 734-6350 or email us at PTC Webworks
Gavson Salon - For this client we built a complex data base to market a variety of beauty salon and barber shop capes, jackets, smocks, and aprons.