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WSITS modified the Taylor Swift karaoke contest platform for use in a Pittsburgh-focused Win a Man Cave contest. Contestants could upload a photo or video showing why they deserved to win a man cave makeover. Visitors could vote on each entry and forward the entries they liked best to friends. WSITS also filmed a video with Pittsburgh Steeler Ryan Clark and his family to introduce the contest. Read More

Mayo Clinic Proceedings

Winning Strategies designed, developed and launched a state-of-the-art XML based online version of the Mayo Clinic Proceedings journal. In order to do so, major custom components were created to enable staff and editors to enter new content through a Content Management System, a dynamic XML content publishing component, a limited text access e-commerce subscription system and a sophisticated, SQL database-driven framework responsible for distributing and managing the site and Journal content. Read More

New Jersey Education Association

The NJEA wanted a better way to communicate with education officials, government officials, teachers and the media. WSITS disseminates the association’s news through our proprietary e-news system. Reports are provided to show newsletter views, link clicks, unsubscribes and other data that help NJEA refine its communications program. Read More

New Jersey Office of Child Support Services

Multiple offices across the state using various technological platforms service and administer New Jersey’s Child Support Program, creating a major communications challenge. WSITS implemented an Internet-based communications solution. Accessed through any browser, the platform allows groups of Child Support Program administrators to work together on developing programs in a collaborative effort, coordinate events, review documents, hold conversation forums, centralize work and review materials. Read More

NJ Child Support Mobile App

WSITS designed and built an app that allows users of the state’s child support system to track all case information, including payment details, hearing schedules, test results and more via a mobile device. The app has been approved by iTunes and will be available for download in mid-November. The creation of an app was prompted by user demand. Nearly 40% of all visitors to the online case information portal came via phone or tablet in a recent four-month period. The traditional desktop version of the case information portal has significant accessibility issues when viewed on a phone or tablet, which turns off mobile users who attempt to access it this way. With the introduction of the app, the mobile numbers are expected to grow. Click here for a video tour of the app. Read More

NJ Physicians

NJ Physicians is an association dedicated to supporting and educating health care professionals in New Jersey. The group held a conference on electronic medical records. WSITS recorded the event for those physicians who were unable to attend. The resulting video was posted on the group’s website. Read More

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