Canfield Research Group LLC - clients http://www-old.canfield.com/taxonomy/term/8/0 en Soundsnap launches! http://www-old.canfield.com/content/soundsnap-launches <!-- google_ad_section_start --> <p>Congratulations to all who worked on <a href="http://www.soundsnap.com">Soundsnap</a>. The site launched this morning with approx 30,000 sound samples, all free for use. It streams previews using MP3, and the original high quality sounds are available as <span class="caps">WAV</span> or <span class="caps">AIFF</span>.<span class="read-more"><a href="/content/soundsnap-launches"> <strong><em>... Click to read more</em></strong></a></span></p><!-- google_ad_section_end --> http://www-old.canfield.com/content/soundsnap-launches#comments clients Mon, 02 Jul 2007 21:41:38 +0000 robb 3 at http://www-old.canfield.com Port of Seattle http://www-old.canfield.com/content/port-seattle <!-- google_ad_section_start --> <h2>Introduction</h2> <p>Like any large concern Port of Seattle has some very complex data recording and billing systems. One of these is the billing system for crane usage. Large cranes are used to move containers from the numerous cargo ships that visit the Port daily. These cranes are billed based on any number of criteria specific to the user of that crane. Some may bill by time, others by count or a combination of these.</p> <p>Originally this data was gathered by had, proofed by hand, audited by numerous spreadsheets, billed, then audited again.<span class="read-more"><a href="/content/port-seattle"> <strong><em>... Click to read more</em></strong></a></span></p><!-- google_ad_section_end --> clients Sat, 10 Dec 2005 03:48:07 +0000 robb 42 at http://www-old.canfield.com Stirling Foods http://www-old.canfield.com/content/stirling-foods <!-- google_ad_section_start --> <p><a href="http://www.StirlingFoods.com" class="l2-function-default" style="">Stirling Foods</a> wanted a number of changes done to their static web page. The web pages were designed using a web-design tool that left the pages hard to maintain and extend. Canfield Research Group quickly added capabilities to the existing web site. The site needed to be updated very quickly so migration to a Content Management System was not feasible.<span class="read-more"><a href="/content/stirling-foods"> <strong><em>... Click to read more</em></strong></a></span></p> <ul> <li>Press Releases were shown on a single static page. The new page presents the latest press release followed by a table showing past releases.</li> </ul><!-- google_ad_section_end --> clients Sat, 10 Dec 2005 03:37:24 +0000 robb 41 at http://www-old.canfield.com