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Quick Left Develops Denim Purist Paradise; Launches New Website for Kicking Mule Workshop

BOULDER, Colo. Web development studio Quick Left today launched a new website for the niche denim brand Kicking Mule Workshop. In addition to a new design, social components and a hyper-clean, scalable backend, the website now offers e-commerce features, granting the labels customers instant access to the Kicking Mule Workshop line of Japanese-constructed selvage denim and hand made leather…

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Servant Systems Develops Analytical Web Application for Aire Serv®

ANN ARBOR, Mich., Nov. 30, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — Servant Systems, the Ann Arbor, MI franchise software development specialist, has developed a new analytical web-based application for the Aire Serv Heating and Air Conditioning franchise network. Servant Systems ( www.servantsystems.com ) developed Aire Serv’s Site Analysis Report which is accessible by Aire Serv …

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QA Graphics Develops Cloud-Ready Web Application to Simplify Display of Live Building Data

QA Graphics’ Energy Efficiency Education Dashboard has been updated to simplify the display of live building data and sustainable building education. The cloud-ready web application eliminates many security roadblocks during the integration process. (PRWeb November 09, 2010) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/cloud-ready-app/energy-dashboard/prweb4761704[[[SHIFTIN …

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Switchback Develops Drupal-Based System for University of Michigan’s Open Education Initiative

ANN ARBOR, MI–(Marketwire – 11/03/10) – Ann Arbor-based web development company, Switchback , recently completed a full overhaul of the content delivery system used by Open.Michigan, the University of Michigan’s contribution to the Open Educational Resources (OER) movement . The open education movement relies heavily on the web to provide unlimited access to course materials and other …

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