Case Study: Site Group International Limited
Site Group International Limited (Site) is one of the fastest growing companies in Australia delivering education, training and labour services to the energy, mining, construction and industrial sectors.
About the Client
Site Group International Limited (Site) is one of the fastest growing companies in Australia delivering education, training and labour services to the energy, mining, construction and industrial sectors. It operates several distinct and complementing businesses through more than a dozen facilities throughout Australia, Papua New Guinea, Myanmar and Malaysia.
Site approached iFactory to design a new website to showcase their business portfolio and provide current and future investors with information on the success of their ventures. Investor information was to include live ASX data, such as share price tracking and announcements. Also, Site required the site to be built in WordPress using a “mobile first” approach.
iFactory designed an attractive corporate website in WordPress to showcase Site’s portfolio to investors. The user-centric design prioritised two main elements: Site’s business portfolio (with company overviews and links to each), and investor information that includes live ASX feed integration, the latter of which involved the most customisation.
In a dedicated Investor Centre, particular data is retrieved from WebLinkIR and is displayed in a set format and layout. As the accuracy of financial data is critical, the data is refreshed each time a page is loaded. In addition to viewing and interacting with live share price data, visitors can see Site’s share price (inc gains and losses) at a glance in the header, footer and on key landing pages.
Key website features included:
- WordPress as Content Management System (CMS)
- Responsive web design
- Custom API integration of ASX data through WebLinkIR
- Search Engine Optimisation
- Google Analytics
- Google Maps integration
Winner of the Interactive Media Awards Best in Class (Financial Information) Award, 2015.
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