This case study looks at the development work that Priocept completed for GlaxoSmithKline in order to put in place a multi-lingual, multi-site web platform to support the NiQuitin brand’s global web presence.
A Priocept case study which provides an introduction to GlaxoSmithKline's "Behavioural Support Program" has been featured on EPiServer.com.
Priocept have launched further enhancements to the Project Quit microsite for Tesco, which is sponsored by NiQuitin. Project Quit is a campaign to help people give up smoking, and the microsite offers advice and helps users select the most suitable nicotine replacement therapy products to suit their goals and lifestyles.
As part of the Stoptober awareness campaign to promote a reduction in smoking, Priocept have today launched the first phase of a web based system Project Quit on behalf of GlaxoSmithKline and Tesco.com.
Priocept have today relaunched the niquitin.co.uk website to include NiQuitin UK's new Pre-Quit product range and an updated design to reflect the new product branding. At the same time the new Malaysia website at www.niquitin.com.my was also launched.
Today Priocept successfully launched www.niquitin.com.br, following on from previous releases of the NiQuitin market sites for France, UK, Russia and the Middle-East.
A technical deep dive into our approach for exposing the complex business logic in GSK's NRT Behavioural Support Programme - which is implemented on the EPiServer CMS platform - via a new web services API.
Niquitin.ru and Niquitin-me.com are the latest internationalised websites to be launched on the Priocept developed web platform for GlaxoSmithKline.
Priocept have launched the first of the redesigned Niquitin websites for GSK in the UK market. This follows a six month design and development of a new internationalised web platform using EPiServer CMS.
This case study explores how Priocept developed the GlaxoSmithKline "NRT" web application from a mono-lingual, single-market tool into a global, multi-lingual, multi-channel and multi-market platform using EPiServer CMS, Alterian Dynamic Messenger and the Google Android mobile platform.