By jenny
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group approached us with a request for the build of an internal online system to manage their musical theatre productions. Owned and founded by Andrew Lloyd Webber, the Really Useful Group is an international organisation that produces and coordinates his musicals. His musicals form a large part of the world’s major musical productions, therefore their management system needs to be intuitive enough to manage the large amount of information and data.
By Leon Tong
We are proud to announce that we have been commissioned by Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) to help redevelop their main UK website MTV.co.uk and create a centralised content repository system to provide for the site. We built up a great relationship with the team during our development of the Viacom press site last year and are really pleased we will be working with them again. Commenting on the appointment Dan Gower, Development Project Manager said: “Their speedy and efficient pace makes BrightLemon a worthwhilepartner for complex web solutions.”
By Leon Tong
Good for Business Web 2.0 provides a fast and simple way of drafting and sharing documents such as spreadsheets. Google spreadsheets and docs is a great example of this. It allows collaborators to build their own spreadsheets and to be involved in the project can make relevant changes to the document without having to send and receive them via email. |This can be achieved simultaneously over the internet. In effect, this reduces a large amount of time, and avoids confusion like when working on different versions of the same document.