Cheep Monkey - Top Secret
This is a totally from scratch major investment of resources. Total development time may be as much as 6 to 12 months and that's for the initial development. Mobile apps, user/community interaction, link tracking, automated network building, online management of multiple accounts by fortune 500 companies ... yeah, this is a bingo for a developer.
Shari's Restaurants - developed their online store for custom apparel for their staff and customers. Over 200 locations served through the online ordering solution allowing for multiple selections of items. It was the first solution created where the visitor could select their logo, place it on the apparel item, then choose the item color.
SuperSmokers BBQ - created and hosted their first online marketplace. Visitors could purchase branded goods as well as sauces and rubs.
321-Rugs - created a massive online catalog which required the scanning of over 10,000 images. This development was the first to include an inventory management system so their agents could update the inventory even if selling from remote locations. They did flea markets and trade shows as well as operating a retail location.
CrossGen Comics - this was a complete online consortium with branded collectibles as well as items from their production line.
The American Outdoorsman - eCommerce solution for the brand allowing them to add their own items as they came available including CD copies of their show, books, apparel and more. Included a complex code dashboard which was simple for fulfillment.
SiGARMS - if it could be worn and had their logo it was purchased through this online store. Included a "wish list" and a "share with friends" function. The dashboard allowed for reports to be created on virtually every field from date to state and from item to sales price.