Case Studies

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No matter which industry you’re in or platform you’re on, there’s a good chance BlueModus® has completed a project like yours. Explore some of our recent work to see who we’ve helped succeed in the digital world. And how we might do the same for you.

42Below

Management of 42Below Vodka’s online initiatives was spread across platforms, and around the globe. To create a better customer experience, the team needed to consolidate them into a single, centrally-managed system. Not just any platform would do. The new site had to be able to bring creative and social interactions to life.

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Bacardi

Balancing their international presence with region-specific messages, the web team at Bacardi Limited’s needs were twofold. They needed web infrastructure to support more than 200 global brands and hundreds of agencies managing more than 1,700 online properties. And they needed a new platform that could handle localization in more than 30 markets for their three flagship properties.

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CAEL

CAEL’s LearningCounts group had an old, buggy learning management system that overcomplicated maintenance and overworked its staff. The system wouldn’t be able to handle the nonprofit’s projected growth. And worst of all, it was driving students away with errors and complexities.

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Dyax Corporation

The sales team at Dyax was ready to embrace interactive detailing for its Kalbitor drug, but needed implementation help. The solution needed to live on Veeva, which they already used for CRM and scheduling. Along with interactivity, it needed to be integrated with email and compatible with CoBrowse. And it needed to be responsive, so reps could make presentations remotely from iPads.

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Hewlett Packard News Now

HP’s corporate communications team needed a new website to serve as its employee portal, intranet dashboard and news site. The platform had to support many integrated systems, high traffic volume and a complex multimedia interface that can be updated in real-time and customized by each employee.

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MGMA

MGMA was using an unstable, fragmented CMS that offered limited options for growth. The team was ready for a reliable and extensible platform to serve as a solid foundation for future projects. Among its priorities, the team wanted the new platform to handle huge amounts of content, provide a customizable e-commerce shopping cart and deliver responsive layouts for an improved mobile experience.

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National Jewish Health

The web team at National Jewish Health (NJH) was tied to an old custom CMS that wasn’t working for them. It limited their ability to consolidate their platforms, add responsive layouts and update their site without vendor help. And, since it was healthcare-specific, the license fees were high. The team needed to modernize its platform—with minimal disruption—before starting their site-wide redesign.

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Skykick

SkyKick was quickly growing beyond 5,000 global partners—and out of its existing platform. The development team needed an upgrade that was powerful and flexible enough to scale with the evolving business. The platform needed to integrate with their existing portal. And they needed agile development for fast delivery.

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