The site needed to be updated to a modern CMS. The pedigree management system also needed to be updated to work in that system.
The site needed to work responsively and represent the organization the way they expected. It also needed for visitors to be able to do full text search of their 70+ years of past articles from their magazine and to be able to view them.
The site needed to be updated to a modern CMS and redesigned using a modern and responsive theme. The client needed to be allowed to better manage the site content and wanted to add several new features to the site.
The site needed to work responsively and have a clear call to action. The reservation system needed to work better within WordPress.
The NJSBA merged with another organization (NJICLE), combined two separate CRM databases and launched two entirely new websites with a single sign-on (SSO) for users of both systems. The database systems (iMIS and Personify) both resided on Microsoft SQL Server, and the web environment used Dot Net Nuke (DNN) as a foundational framework.
The previous site only allowed searches for real estate listings by city, state. The goal was to allow search to be done by geographic location.