BCHJA - Unimaxx Networks

By: Unimaxx Networks  09-12-2011
Keywords: Web Design, Content Management, Content Management Solution

Web Design & Development

The British Columbia Hunter Jumper Association (BCHJA) required an online Membership system to manage association members and receive membership fees.

Problem
The BCHJA is a member driven association with 100+ members in the Vancouver area. The problem was the BCHJA needed a completely redesigned site with several new features to reduce the workload of its board of volunteers.

Solution
Unimaxx began with its own Content Management Solution (CMS) and developed new features to include a Membership fee payment and management system, a Member login area, an Events Calendar, event ticketing and purchase, an importing feature to import and display points, point's standings, and awards, and a Newsletter to send news items to registered BCHJA members.

Results
BCHJA members and volunteers now enjoy a one stop online solution for all their association needs.

Services Used
Web Design, Web Development, Project Management

Keywords: Content Management, Content Management Solution, Web Design

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