Case Study: 3A Composites
Most people have never heard of this company, but you've seen their products and perhaps even bought them. 3A Composites invented Fome-Cor (the ultralight stiff art- and signage-board with foam in the middle and paper on the faces) decades ago and it has been used by sign makers and poster printers ever since.
Ever drive by a Honda dealership and see those blue curvy architectural features or a Porsche dealership and see that massive Silver curved wall? Those walls are created using a building cladding called Alucobond developed and manufactured by another division of 3A Composites.
We've worked with 3A Composites for almost 20 years and, in that time, built incredibly complex systems integrating data from around the world for use by administrators, sales representatives, and even C-level executives across the western hemisphere. 3A Composites public sites include Alucobond, Graphic Display, Fome-Cor, and Gatorply but what you can't see is the massive foundation behind the scenes. Some of this is proprietary so I can't go into details, or show screenshots, but rest assured 3A Composites is very happy with their efficient interfaces and robust functionality.