PJ Web Solutions are delighted to announce the launch of the new Kumon Education UK website which went live last month. After many months of long meetings, hard work and development all of the PJ Web Solutions staff are extremely proud of the end product.
Kumon Education UK
In addition to the desktop website PJ Web Solutions have also built Kumon Education UK a mobile optimised website for those who needs to access information via their Smartphone.
The next stage in the project is getting to work on some of the other countries that Kumon Education operates in and bring their website up to date with it’s UK counterpart. I know for a fact the PJ Web Solutions team cannot wait to get their teeth stuck into the next stage of the project on Kumon Germany!
Use the Registration Lookup facility on www.ciceleyparts.com to find genuine Mercedes Benz commercial vehicle parts with next day delivery.
Adhering to the strict Mercedes Benz corporate guidelines, PJ Web is pleased to announce the launch of a new parts website for Ciceley Commercials in Blackburn to sit alongside their existing commercial vehicles website.
The site uses a VRM look-up to access all appropriate Mercedes Benz spare parts housed in the online parts database. The import of the product information posed interesting technical issues which we were able to resolve because of our in-house knowledge and experience. The site comes with full shopping basket and checkout and links to the secure PayPal payment system.
The Weaste Cemetery Heritage and Ecology Trail is suitable for anyone in the Salford and Manchester area who’s interested in history. The new content managed website for Weaste Cemetery has just been launched in time for their important November events, including an Armistice Day event for local schools and a new Guided Tour featuring famous Salford citizens.
There’s a large database of biographies of notable Salford people buried at Weaste and also a facility to upload your own ancestors’ details to the site. If you have an ancestor that died in the Great War and is buried at Weaste, there’s a separate database that you can search. The resources section is ideal for those interested in local history and 2011 events are being posted regularly – for more information visit www.weasteheritagetrail.co.uk. We were delighted to have been involved in the web development for Weaste Cemetery – a truly enjoyable and unusual project for us to carry out.