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Sensatronics Now Able to Update Content with Ease

Sensatronics Now Able to Update Content with Ease

Salem, NH, November 8, 2006 - CommonPlaces e-Solutions has successfully carried New Hampshire based Sensatronics Environmental Sensing's website into the automated age of the Internet. Sensatronics had been struggling with maintaining their website, which was HTML based, while in a time of tremendous business growth. They needed a way to update their ever growing catalog of products, services and resources without it consuming the time of their staff. CommonPlaces redesigned the layout and implemented a Content Management System (CMS) to allow them to update quickly and without constant phone calls to an offsite web developer. Not only does this save them time, but it saves them a good deal of money in the long run. CommonPlaces e-Solutions took the Sensatronic Website, which was HTML based, redesigned the layout and implemented a Content Management System (CMS). The CMS allows a person to change individual sections of a Website without coding HTML text. CommonPlaces set Sensatronics up with various sections for their different business interests, which keep their site well organized and easy for Sensatronics to update as frequently as needed. Since Content Management Systems do not allow for changes in the layout, CommonPlaces redesigned the Sensatronics site. To aid in the ease of use for site visitors and Sensatronic employees, CommonPlaces redesigned the site to have a modern clean design, then locked down that design within the CMS. Doing this makes it easy to change text and content, yet makes it impossible for the employee to accidentally delete key pieces of the pages design.

"Sensatronics updates their site daily. The power of the CMS really showed through with the magnitude and frequency with which they were able to make changes." Included with the work performed for Sensatronics was the one-on-one training they received.

"As a web development company we cannot expect to finish a site and walk away. We create amazing sites that perform, not just sit there. But if we do not teach our clients how to make the best of that performance, we're not truly offering them a long term solution. Sensatronics knew what they needed their site to do, and with a bit of training they felt as if they walked away empowered with the knowledge of how to make it happen." -Jenna Taylor, Customer Service Advocate

For more information on other services provided by CommonPlaces, visit www.commonplaces.com.

About Sensatronics

Sensatronics has been providing technology designed to alert customers of potentially hazardous environments for over 15 years. Its monitoring and alerting solutions allow customers to react to the alerts in a hands-on, practical manner. Sensatronics has manufactured its products so that they can be programmed to work with any operating system, allowing them to be installed in a variety of environments.

About CommonPlaces

With our years of experience in strategic planning, interactive marketing, website design and development, and web-based application development, CommonPlaces is able to provide you with successful e-business solutions and a competitive edge. Our unique strategic approach to building, designing, and promoting web solutions and applications enables small to mid-sized e-commerce and e-business initiatives compete with industry leaders at a fraction of the cost. For additional information, please contact: CommonPlaces e-Solutions, Inc. 2 Village Green Rd, Suite B-4 Hampstead, NH 03841 (603) 362-8227 http://www.commonplaces.com/

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