December 16, 2013 |  Posted in: Thought Leadership, Web Development

VincentCare Victoria go live with new site

VincentCare Victoria has officially launched its new website, built and designed by Zero using the CentricMinds Enterprise Content Management System (CMS).

The HTML5 responsive website will help to better assist clients and users needs, as well as promote VincentCare Victoria’s services and events.

The website accommodates for the way media is consumed. That means responsive design for mobiles and tablets, eCommerce capabilities to accept donations via a secure payment gateway, and large aesthetic elements to visually appeal to a broader audience.

VincentCare Victoria CEO, John Blewonski, said that the new website will reach and meet the needs of all stakeholders in order to provide them with information quickly and easily.

"Many of our clients have access to mobiles or portable devices and will now be able to locate us online to see what services we offer and whether we are the right fit for them and their requirements"

The site will be accessed by a range of key audiences, from seniors, to community members, staff and those looking for the services VincentCare Victoria provides. The CentricMinds CMS provides metadata content fields for all web page content, and is designed to assist with yielding a higher search engine ranking. This functionality will assist in increasing brand reach and showcasing the services and benefits that Vincent Care Victoria provides to the community.

Both security and stability were important to VincentCare Victoria, so Zero ensured the site was distributed across multiple web servers to ensure business continuity and disaster recovery.

The CentricMinds CMS was perfect for VincentCare Victoria, as they required a solution that incorporated intuitive WYSIWYG authoring and document management for the non-technical staff to edit the website. This was an important feature that we knew an enterprise-level content management system like CentricMinds could deliver.

Zero worked to deliver an online solution that would help to meet the organisation’s objectives in being a visible leader in providing care, hope and advocacy for those facing disadvantage. The Zero team and CEO John Blewonski agree that a strong online presence will help support this activity within the community.

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December 16, 2013 |  Posted in: Thought Leadership, Web Development