Business to Consumer (B2C) self service Web sites have proven to be enormously successful for LANSA customers who have truly integrated this new channel with their core business solution. Read how Hotels, Insurance companies, Banks, Stock traders, Book & Music publishers, Fashion & Apparel companies, Schools & Universities, and many more use the Web to reach their customers and serve them better.
- General Electric Appliances Canada
- Government of Bermuda
- Hilton Corporate Casuals
- Jay group
- John Wiley & Sons Australia
- John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Legal & General Netherlands
- Museum of Modern Art
General Electric Applicances Canada's (Camco), part of the 6 billion dollar General Electric Appliances group, is Canada's largest manufacturer and marketer of major home appliances. Under its GE Appliance Centre Program, Camco has independent dealers who sell GE appliances exclusively. Camco provided these dealers with the ability to sell over the Web to consumers in their specific area. Stores can tailor their own data, manage their pricing and create their own specials without the assistance of programmers or Web editors. Read the Case Study Camco is now fully owned by General Electric Appliances Canada, which in turn is part of the Mabe Inc. group.
The Government of Bermuda offers www.careers.gov.bm, an interactive Web solution for linking Bermudian students and graduates to local employers. The project was initiated through Commission for Unity and Racial Equality in close cooperation with other departments. The site, which has been built with LANSA Web Application Modules (WAMs), uses Web services to exchange data with the Dep. of Immigration. Students are kept up to date about new opportunities even when not online, by email as new opportunities are posted. The solution was delivered by LANSA and business partner BITS and widely advertised with help from Insight Visual Communications. Read the Case Study
Hilton Corporate Casuals manufactures apparel and promotional products decorated with a logo or message for company events and corporate programs. By providing its customers with LANSA-built shopping sites that adopt the look and feel of the sponsoring organization, Hilton CC has grown its business by 10 million dollars in two years, without increasing staff. Companies that link to HCC include US Filter, a water and wastewater treatment company with $4.5 billion annual sales. See www.usfilter.com and click e-logo shop.
The Jay group, based in Pennsylvania USA, is a full-service marketing support and sales promotion company. Several companies have completely outsourced online promotional sales to the Jay group. The Jay group uses LANSA for the Web to build and host these sites. The building of these sites is template driven and soft coded. Logos and buttons can be placed wherever the client wants to give the desired look and feel. Setup of a site is very quickly and the service is very competitively priced. The client sites integrate with an RPG-based order management system in the background. Read the Case Study
John Wiley & Sons Australia (JWA), a wholly owned subsidiary of John Wiley & Sons Inc of New York, is a leading publisher of educational and non-fiction titles in the Asia Pacific region. JWA offers eCatalogue, a B2C site that provides students and teachers with a complete online catalogue with in-depth title information. You can search by subject area, year/level and by new/upcoming titles or all titles. eCatalogue runs on iSeries and draws information from iSeries and Linux Servers using LANSA Integrator and internally developed Java. Read the Case Study
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., is a global publisher of print and electronic products with publishing, marketing, and distribution centers worldwide. Wiley has extended its core Synon applications with LANSA to provide Web-based order entry and inquiry. Thousands of bookstores over the world will be able to access Wiley's regional AS/400s to place and trace orders. Read the Case Study
Legal & General (L&G) Netherlands, the Dutch branch of the global life-Insurance company, specializes on the high-income market segment. L&G offers a LANSA Web site to its agents and policyholders for secure access to policy information. The site also offers real-time investment information. Read the Case Study
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) situated right in the middle of Manhattan, New York, houses one of the greatest art collections in the world. MoMA used Visual LANSA to develop its central membership management system, POS system and wireless ticket scanning system. MoMA is also launching LANSA-built individual and corporate member Web sites to allow individual members to change their address and upgrade their membership, while corporate members can manage and maintain the membership details of their employees. Read the Case Study