by Joanna Pineda Posted on August 18, 2009
Matrix Group collaborated with Association of Oil Pipelines (AOPL) for a Web site redesign and a MatrixMaxx Implementation.
Our work included:
- A fresh, and engaging Web site design, promoting AOPL as the expert in fuel transportation, and an environmentally aware organization.
- Implementation of a Content Management System (CMS), allowing staff to make Web site updates with no programming background.
- A color-coded, interactive map, where visitors can scroll over each state to see the location and the type of major pipelines in the US.
- Web site integration with MatrixMaxx, Association Management System (AMS). A comprehensive web-based solution, allowing AOPL to seamlessly link their Web site to their membership databases.
- Hosting and Maintenance
Visit the Association of Oil Pipelines
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