Digital Music Archives is an online music retailer specialising in electroacoustic music. They were one of our first clients and they have been using our systems with great success for over 10 years.
Their website and business relies on our robust e-commerce facilities and its integration with a payment gateway.
The United Kingdom Harp Association is a membership organisation which exists to bring together all those interested in the harp, in all its forms, including amateur and professional players, teachers, and businesses providing services for the harp. It is run by unpaid volunteers.
Each member has his/her own home page where they can promote thermselves, including audio and video clips, personal profiles and images.
The Journal for Weavers, Spinners and Dyers is a widely read and respected quarterly publication. The Journal uses their website to promote their publications, sell advertising (both print and online), sell subscriptions and allow purchase of previous issues from their vast catalogue.
Devon Artist Network is a membership organisation representing artists in the Southwest. Every member has a homepage on the website where they can display images of their artworks, together with a profile, contact information and other supplementary information .
Members can choose to display individual items of information publicly, to members only, or privately.
Devon Artist Network also promote DOS - Devon Open Studios - the website provides a map to all the studios taking part, as well as links to the individual artist pages.
Sam Richards uses his website as a personal portfolio - it lists his extensive catalogue of compositions and his writings as well as an event diary of upcoming performances.
The Penny Waterman School of Dance uses their website to advertise their dance classes (over a number of franchises)and our e-commerce system to facilitate booking and paying for them.
The online administration system allows the company to maintain records of all bookings, purchases and associated client information.
Lyndon Capital are investment bankers supporting SMEs and startups, especially in underdeveloped economies. Although the 'front end' of the website may appear to be quite simple, behind the scenes is a sophisticated administration system which allows Lyndon Capital to keep track of transactions and interactions.
Andigwa Dance is a dance company based in North Devon.
Rebecca Jeffries says of Andigwa Dance: "I learned to dance in Malawi, where I was born, and Zambia where I later lived. My great love of dance started with my mother who loves to dance too, and we would go with her to local ceremonies in and around Ntondwe in Malawi.
In England I maintain and develop my practice through ongoing training with African dance tutors such as Peter Badejo of Badejo Arts and Gabs Maboungo, Congolese dance specialist, and in Zambia, with our neighbours, the Kaloko Trust Dance troupe."
The Torbay Symphony Orchestra is a full-sized symphony orchestra which regularly performs concerts to a wide range of audiences across South Devon. Musicians come from far and wide to play in the orchestra which is based in Totnes, a market town well known for its alternative culture.
The TSO enjoys a reputation for embracing all kinds of music in our concerts, from the familiar and popular to acclaimed performances of contemporary repertoire and music specifically commissioned by the orchestra from living composers.
Blazing Tales ignite creativity through story, art, music and film.
A creative arts company who combine art forms to inspire innovative outcomes. Working with groups of all ages and stages they lead interactive WORKSHOPS with people at their heart. A ready made team of experienced artist/educators with a short hand in artistic collaboration and bringing out the best in people.
Blazing Tales are passionate about creativity in education and working outside. Deepening connection to place and heritage through creative activities in: Song Writing, Story Work, Visual Art, Digital Media and Performing Arts.
Blazing Tales deliver services in a variety of settings with children, young people, adults and families. Bespoke workshops combine art forms with live and/ or recorded material to make: a performance - exhibition - opera - gallery - film - audio - animation, or simply a fantastic arts experience!