Exclaim is pleased to announce, TechnoTribe Communications, has become a key part of the agency’s digital growth strategy. TechnoTribe, a project-based development firm, was founded in 1997. Our two businesses have worked together for the past fifteen years for industry verticals including healthcare, education, publishing, technology and manufacturing.
Having TechnoTribe’s online expertise combined with Exclaim’s creative ingenuity provides opportunity for a more robust approach to business solutions. In addition to our rich history of creative services, we now have technical resources and capabilities to advance our client’s marketing and communication initiatives.
The DeVry marketing team had a vision for a user-friendly, engaging calculator allowing students to see how different aid types reduce their costs. At the end of the calculator, the student can view the one year or total program financial aid estimate, download a copy of the results, as well as upload for use during the enrollment process.
TMB Publishing publishes three magazines to the Plumbing and Heating Industry eight times a year. This used to be a laborious process that required 55 individual steps for input, reviews and approvals. A separate time-consuming process was followed to manually update the content on corresponding web sites.
Landauer Medical Physics, a newly created division of Landauer Inc., was a consolidation of information from five existing partner websites into a single web property. Working closely with Landauer’s marketing team, we used the supplied brand guidelines, text and image content to organize, design and develop the site.
Payment Processing of America provides a quick and easy way for customers to make payments to homeowner associations, medical institutions and other vendors. A custom front-end for easy account set up and bill payment and a back-end system with real-time integration with third party system authentication.
Technotribe (now a part of Exclaim), in partnership with Cedar Interactive, designed, developed and implemented a comprehensive training program for the 5,000 employees, physicians, nurses and volunteers to ensure readiness upon the opening of the new Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago.