A few iCentric Agency case studies, demonstrating the ROI we have provided for clients

Mott MacDonald

Mott MacDonald were operating 76 websites and looking to not only replace these sites, but to bring them under the management of a single-point of access CMS solution.

Having spent 12 months in research of existing CMS packages, Mott Macdonald concluded that none of these solutions met their requirements.

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Newcastle International Airport

The North-East’s largest airport, Newcastle International, has launched its new website to positive passenger feedback. The new website has been fully redeveloped, creating a cleaner, less cluttered online tool
which aims to help passengers navigate the site with ease.

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Subaru

Subaru required a full top to bottom revaluation of their digital web presence and overall strategy. We advised key performance metrics should focus around booking test drives, locating a dealer, requesting a brochure and offering finance quotes. This was because these four calls to action presented clear intentions to buy and that was the key overall objective; increase sales.

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UNCDF

The iCentric Agency was first contacted by The United Nations Capital Development Fund from their HQ in New York at the beginning of January 2015. A team of UN technical analysts had spent the previous six months researching suitable enterprise CMS platforms for the organisation to deploy going forward.

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SDC

SDC were looking for a development partner who could understand their business. The company has several divisions operating in twelve different sectors. The senior management had very defined ideas on what they wanted. This encompassed not only the day-to-day activities but also the extensive work they carried out in the local community.

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The Noble Collection

In the first instance, an existing e-Commerce client referred the iCentric Agency to The Noble Collection. The legacy deployment did not work on mobile or tablet, the user journey was poor and confusing for potential buyers. Once an order was taken, routing the order to the correct warehouse for dispatch and then keeping the customer updated was an entirely manual process.

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