Business leaders looking to grow
Technology isn’t just about making your company run. It’s about building opportunities to expand your business to new users — and new revenue.
Since 1923, family-owned Dickson has manufactured the temperature, pressure and humidity sensors that make our refrigerators, warehouses, labs and manufacturing facilities run safely. And since 2002, Table XI has been helping secure Dickson’s future through technology. We started by helping Dickson’s team understand their users’ behavior, then worked our way into revamping their entire e-commerce strategy.
As a technology partner though, our job is to identify new ways to grow their business. That’s why we’re proud to announce the launch of the DicksonOne app, a centralized hub for product data that’s giving Dickson an opportunity to own a slice of the Internet of Things.
Northwestern University was using a patchwork of systems to track usage and payments for its sixty research facilities. Table XI developed NUcore to serve as a single, seamless and transparent core facility management software. We've earned more than 90 percent adoption so far, giving administrators clear data on utilization and saving staff countless manhours.
JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association needed a new way to offer CME credits that would engage and educate young doctors. Table XI was able to learn what those doctors needed through user research, then build a mobile app that delivers on-demand education for the next generation of JAMA readers.
Everything But The House started in 2008 with an idea for an estate sale marketplace. After seven years of substantial growth, they came to Table XI to build a new mobile app where users could browse and bid on unique items. In three months we concepted and launched an iOS app — and saw over 8,000 downloads in its first month.
The first ecommerce site we built for The Spice House in 2006 drove a 14-fold increase in online sales. So the bar was high 10 years later, when we embarked on a total redesign. Fortunately we've learned a lot about the business in 15 years of working together. When the new website launched, revenue jumped 35 percent, and it's still going strong.
Keiser makes state-of-the-art fitness equipment used by professional athletes worldwide. To reach new audiences, the team needed modern digital marketing platforms. Together, we created a responsive website with a robust CMS and an iPad sales tool to educate potential buyers.
GradeSaver’s co-founders came to Table XI to build a website that equips teachers and students with tools for learning. We helped them scale their business to 6,000 educational aids across multiple channels. Over the past decade, we’ve prepared their infrastructure for growth, managed their technology through an acquisition, integrated new systems, launched an iOS app and delivered a mobile-friendly redesign.
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