AT&T needed a more efficient way to create and publish complex proposals for Fortune 500 companies. Our team developed a web-based application that combined sophisticated Microsoft Excel macro scripts and a PDF export function. The final product revolutionized the proposal process for AT&T.

Audi needed a way to display their new A6 model in a 3D environment so prospective owners could view the all-new interior and exterior from any angle and visualize variations of paint color and interior finish options. The final VR solution exceeded their expectations and set a new standard for future online simulators.

Intel hired us to design a system to manage video content for their sales force. The completed system helped Intel’s sales team to present a marketing message that addressed the needs of each client as well as track audience engagement live during each presentation.

Hitachi needed a training solution that went beyond what was currently being used. We created nine training programs using interactive role playing as the basis for the educational process. The result was an award winning craning system that greatly improved Hitachi’s training objectives.

Samsung selected our team to design a marketing system so their sales force virtually demonstrate the features and benefits of very sophisticated electronic components to potential manufacturing customers. The completed system resulted in a huge improvement in sales contracts.

CNN needed a way to showcase video footage with a platform capable of high bandwidth delivery so their sales force could upload broadcast-ready video after booking advertising slots. The completed web-driven solution saved hundreds of thousands each year in shipping time expense.

Nearly ten years ago an entourage of executives from Delta Air Lines flew into Utah looking for a company to create a innovative sales presentation platform for their corporate sales team. The final solution became the first generation of what is now the BlueStream platform.

Our team developed and globally deployed a highly specialized training program for GE Medical’s Spine Surgery device. The program enabled users to run a trial simulation before any actual surgery. The simulator was so accurate that GE purchased the code for use in the final system.

Philips Component Group in San Jose, California, selected our team to design a platform that their sales force could use to virtually demonstrate the features and benefits of thousands of electronic components to potential customers. The final solution was a significant advancement in sales technology.

Developing a virtual training system is no easy task. Nevertheless, our team constructed a virtual environment where video and other pertinent information was presented in an engaging hands-on experiential way. The platform was a first of its kind deployed at a company with one of the most recognized brands in the world.

Our team was retained to develop and publish a highly specialized online training program for Becton Dickinson’s IV Therapy devices. The training program allowed hospitals nationwide to train and certify nurses in proper IV therapy techniques.

Honda Motors needed a way to distribute printed materials and television spots developed by its advertising agency to its dealer network. The final solution gave dealerships anywhere in the world a simple way to personalize advertising content for their local markets.

In partnership with SkyWest Airlines, SkyDisc was a product placed in every seat back on every flight. Monthly versions of SkyDisc included try and buy software, editorial content, printable coupons, and promotions for travel-related products and services. After an incredibly successful launch, SkyDisc was purchased by SkyMall.

An early edition of the BlueStream presentation system was chosen by John Deere as the platform to train maintenance personnel. 3D animation and sophisticated motion graphics were used to simulate complex hydraulic systems used in John Deere’s line of agricultural and construction equipment.

Our team developed a host of training and marketing solutions for various Novell initiatives. Our team handled the entire process from writing scripts to video production and animation sequences. Several of the projects received awards for design and content development excellence.

An early edition of the BlueStream presentation system was chosen by John Deere as the platform to train maintenance personnel. 3D animation and sophisticated motion graphics were used to simulate complex hydraulic systems used in John Deere’s line of agricultural and construction equipment.

Creating world-class training solutions for giant corporations can be a daunting task. Sun Microsystems was no exception. When tasked with the job of training systems engineers 3D animation was used in combination with sophisticated testing methodology to help users retain information.

Merial, one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world, hired our company to develop and present a series of seminars to instruct veterinary clinics on essential marketing strategies and tactics. The seminar series exposed hundreds of veterinarians to the importance of online and social marketing.

An early edition of the BlueStream presentation system was chosen by John Deere as the platform to train maintenance personnel. 3D animation and sophisticated motion graphics were used to simulate complex hydraulic systems used in John Deere’s line of agricultural and construction equipment.

Henry Schein, the largest distributor of dental products in the nation, hired our company to develop an array of marketing products and services, to sell to dentists. In less than two years, more than a thousand dental practices became marketing clients. The American Dental Association later purchased the company.