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Hanworth Timber Company Website Project

Dated: 15 March 2010

Hanworth Timber Company is a well established business with a long family history of working in the timber trade, having been in business over 34 years.

We have worked with them to plan a phased approach to implementing a website and integrating it with their normal day to day business.

Phase one is now complete and they are currently establishing an online catalogue of their products.

Hanworth Timber Company is a well established business with a long family history of working in the timber trade, having been in business over 34 years.

We have worked with them to plan a phased approach to implementing a website and integrating it with their normal day to day business.

Phase one is now complete and they are currently establishing an online catalogue of their products.


Wayland Community Bank Website Launch

Dated: 21 September 2009

A website was launched today at www.waylandbank.org with our assistance, helping them to publish and configure their website files to suit their need as a non-profit organisation.

A website was launched today at www.waylandbank.org with our assistance, helping them to publish and configure their website files to suit their need as a non-profit organisation.


Scott Teaches a Delphi and Other Win32 Developers Course on Transitioning to the Microsoft .NET Framework

Dated: 20 July 2009

Scott is teaching a Delphi and Other Win32 Developers Course aimed at helping them transition to the Microsoft .NET Framework world, intended for experienced Win32 Software Developers wanting to utilize the many benefits offered by the Microsoft .NET Framework.

Scott is teaching a Delphi and Other Win32 Developers Course aimed at helping them transition to the Microsoft .NET Framework world, intended for experienced Win32 Software Developers wanting to utilize the many benefits offered by the Microsoft .NET Framework.


Goat Inn, Skeyton, Website Updates

Dated: 13 June 2009

Adecs assists The Goat Inn, Skeyton with more additions to their website.

In this instance we were helping consult with their staff to help them get used to editing Html files to allow them to update their menu and wedding services more regularly.

Adecs assists The Goat Inn, Skeyton with more additions to their website.

In this instance we were helping consult with their staff to help them get used to editing Html files to allow them to update their menu and wedding services more regularly.


Dave Barkshire Motorcycles Website

Dated: 16 May 2009

Adecs is helping a 25 year local motorcycle dealership Dave Barkshire Motorcycle Centre with the evolution of their website, trying to take into account their preferences and modern technologies.

Adecs is helping a 25 year local motorcycle dealership Dave Barkshire Motorcycle Centre with the evolution of their website, trying to take into account their preferences and modern technologies.


Super Twins Club Hosting and new Website Development Underway

Dated: 15 April 2009

Adecs is helping the National Association of Super Twins to develop a new website, community focused to suit their needs. Currently they feel the software offerings available on the market may be either too complex for users, too expensive, or just too generic to really suit their needs and requirements as a club.

Adecs is in talks with their committee about how best to create a new bespoke piece of website software that is specifically suited to their needs and the needs of other clubs just like theirs.

Adecs is helping the National Association of Super Twins to develop a new website, community focused to suit their needs. Currently they feel the software offerings available on the market may be either too complex for users, too expensive, or just too generic to really suit their needs and requirements as a club.

Adecs is in talks with their committee about how best to create a new bespoke piece of website software that is specifically suited to their needs and the needs of other clubs just like theirs.


Adecs Starts New Administration Software Development

Dated: 6 April 2009

Adecs starts a new Administration Software development project for a new company Office Jenka, a company that believes in providing customers with an outsourced PA, be it part or full time, to assist important people that find they have more things to do then time available in a day, or perhaps those that need a little extra help but that cannot realistically employ an additional staff member for the role.

Adecs starts a new Administration Software development project for a new company Office Jenka, a company that believes in providing customers with an outsourced PA, be it part or full time, to assist important people that find they have more things to do then time available in a day, or perhaps those that need a little extra help but that cannot realistically employ an additional staff member for the role.


Local Motorcycle Drag Racing Team Continue to Race

Dated: 16 March 2009

Local Motorcycle Drag Racing Team, Les Harris Racing, continue to race despite the economic downturn.

Their passion for racing is recently being matched by Les' passion for the Internet.

Since we introduced him to the internet some three years ago, Les himself has grown from a non-user of computers and the internet, to an everyday internet adict.

He was once quoted as saying, after returning from his holidays abroad, that he had started to get Internet and computer withdrawl symptoms, and just had to get back online once he arrived home.

The website has, of course, helped his team spread their name far and wide in the Wide World of Motorcycle Drag Racing and also into the realms of magazine photo shoots.

Let's hope things continue to treat them all well in the future.

Local Motorcycle Drag Racing Team, Les Harris Racing, continue to race despite the economic downturn.

Their passion for racing is recently being matched by Les' passion for the Internet.

Since we introduced him to the internet some three years ago, Les himself has grown from a non-user of computers and the internet, to an everyday internet adict.

He was once quoted as saying, after returning from his holidays abroad, that he had started to get Internet and computer withdrawl symptoms, and just had to get back online once he arrived home.

The website has, of course, helped his team spread their name far and wide in the Wide World of Motorcycle Drag Racing and also into the realms of magazine photo shoots.

Let's hope things continue to treat them all well in the future.


Scott Agrees to Teach a Delphi and Other Win32 Developers Course on Transitioning to the Microsoft .NET World

Dated: 12 March 2009

Scott agrees to teach a Delphi and Other Win32 Developers Course aimed at helping them transition to the Microsoft .NET Framework world, intended for experienced Win32 Software Developers wanting to utilize the many benefits offered by the Microsoft .NET Framework.

Scott agrees to teach a Delphi and Other Win32 Developers Course aimed at helping them transition to the Microsoft .NET Framework world, intended for experienced Win32 Software Developers wanting to utilize the many benefits offered by the Microsoft .NET Framework.


Scott Presents Capable Objects Enterprise Core Objects (ECO) at Battle of the ORMS

Dated: 16 February 2009

Scott presents a technical topic for The Developers Group on the Capable Objects Enterprise Core Objects (ECO) Framework at their Battle of the ORMS meeting held at Microsoft Campus in Reading. The user poll at the end of the day found that the majority of users voting would choose the ECO Framework for developing their data dependant applications on the .NET Framework then the other Frameworks that were presented that day.

Scott presents a technical topic for The Developers Group on the Capable Objects Enterprise Core Objects (ECO) Framework at their Battle of the ORMS meeting held at Microsoft Campus in Reading. The user poll at the end of the day found that the majority of users voting would choose the ECO Framework for developing their data dependant applications on the .NET Framework then the other Frameworks that were presented that day.


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To be honest, before I met Adecs I was one of the crowd that thought “BAH! Computers! What do I need them for?”

It wasn’t until I saw how a website changed our team’s means of communication, and the ease at which we could spread both our knowledge, and other information we felt was important to those interested in our sport that I really started to change my mind.

These days one of the guys at Adecs constantly ribs me that he thinks I have a problem, because I can’t go very many days without access to the Internet!

They have completely helped to change my view of our sport, the world and what can be achieved through good use of a computer system and website.

Les Harris – Les Harris Drag Racing Team

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Hanworth Timber Company Website Project

Dated: 15 March 2010

Hanworth Timber Company is a well established business with a long family history of working in the timber trade, having been in business over 34 years.

We have worked with them to plan a phased approach to implementing a website and integrating it with their normal day to day business.

Phase one is now complete and they are currently establishing an online catalogue of their products.

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Hanworth Timber Company

Hanworth Timber Company

This website started with many potential future goals, including allowing the customer to control the categories and products available through an easy to use web-browser interface so they could expand their stock offerings as and when spare person time was available.

This focused approach to their content management allows them to present a common layout to the website visitors, but has been created to be simple to use, so even those not an IT guru can still help contribute towards the requirements of the business effectively.

The website was designed to be delivered in stages, allowing the customer to expand or freeze development at any time based on the state of their business, or their available free resources.

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