PlainsCapital.com Launch!

Dec 9 2008

Fair Warning: I’m biased – We love PlainsCapital Corporation. So, this is going to be a shameless post about the great people who work there. The PlainsCapital Corporation team sets the bar for customer service in their business, and is now extending it online in a new and innovative way. At a time when Banks are having some obvious challenges, PlainsCapital Corporation is Strong, Stable, and Growing.

Why this launch is significant

This website is built entirely on SharePoint 2007. There’s a lot of power in SharePoint, but in the past, designers and developers have had difficulty in figuring out how to deploy webparts maintaining a strong sense of design. We think companies everywhere can tap the potential of SharePoint in their enterprise like never before, and we want to thank PlainsCapital Corporation for taking this bold new step.

It seems ironic, the thought of creating visually rich, customer facing, web applications on SharePoint. But, anything is possible when you work with great people like those at PlainsCapital Corporation. Thanks to all of you for the great work and support along the way. Of course, thanks to the RD2 team who are catching up on their sleep this week!

View more on the relaunch in our work section, including this case study.

http://www.plainscapital.com

6 Comments to “PlainsCapital.com Launch!”

  1. Congrats team! It was a lot of hard work in the making and it looks fantastic!

    By Caitlin Kaluza on December 9th, 2008 at 4:27 pm
  2. Good job guys! The project was a success because of your hard work.

    By Tom Cybulski on December 9th, 2008 at 4:33 pm
  3. You guys have done an amazing job! Looks great and performs amazing well…this SharePoint site rocks!

    By Kanwal Khipple on December 9th, 2008 at 4:46 pm
  4. Wow!The depth of the graphics is awesome. Great work.

    By Gina Cameron on December 9th, 2008 at 9:07 pm
  5. Thanks for the compliments! The team did work very hard and we are also pleased with the performance in the final analysis.

    By chris ronan on December 9th, 2008 at 11:14 pm
  6. Congrats on the site RD2 – looks nice. One comment (not related to your work) is the registered mark below the animals rear looks like a (you know what). =)

    By Chris Drake on December 18th, 2008 at 12:37 am

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