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Busy February for NB

March 5, 2012

The first launch was a small but highly informative site for Ross Smith, a Chartered Physiotherapist who recently returned home to Shetland to establish this exciting new business.

As Ross says, "You do not have to live your life in pain. If an injury stops you from doing the things you normally enjoy doing, you need to get it checked out". We can't recommend Ross more highly, and recommend that you learn more at the Injury Shetland website.

Our second website launch last month was for the Sumburgh Head project. This hugely exciting and ambitious venture will see the Sumburgh Head Lighthouse buildings authentically restored during a £5.4million programme, culminating in the creation of a world class visitor attraction and preserved iconic landmark. We're delighted to have assisted the Shetland Amenity Trust with their new website for the project, which will initially provide information about the plans before evolving to provide up-to-date details about progress once the restoration work commences.

The other major news from NB in February was the completion of a bespoke, custom coded booking system for Seabirds and Seals. This new system allows Dr Jonathan Wills to manage bookings much more effectively, with the option to provide restricted access to the system to other bodies who take bookings on his behalf. Designed and built from scratch to meet the specific needs of this customer, the new system does exactly what is required, saving a huge amount of time by automating many routine admin tasks.

March 5, 2012

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