Our clients’ success depends on our team finding the right tools and partners with whom to work to produce results. The firms, products, and services below are some whose innovative services – and client service – we particularly respect and appreciate.
From an idea in 1999 to the largest cloud-based enterprise data solution, Dominion Strategies leverages the Force.com platform for clients, managing several hundred thousand to several million contacts. Our custom Dominion Connect™ application, developed on the Force.com platform, provides clients with a cost-effective, state-of-the-art solution for public affairs and corporate communications.
Basecamp (37 Signals)
A simple and elegant solution for project management, this application is built on the Ruby on Rails platform. From small advocacy clients to international governments, Dominion Strategies uses Basecamp to help facilitate our signature collaborative approach with clients.
Ruby on Rails
An elegant coding framework developed for the creation of Basecamp, Ruby on Rails has blossomed into a framework upon which many popular sites have been developed, including: Twitter.com, hulu.com, scribd.com, yellowpages.com, and urbandictionary.com, among tens of thousands of others. Dominion Strategies leverages Ruby on Rails for our Dominion Intelligence platform.
Corporations and public entities of all sizes are availing themselves of the benefits of the cloud-based Google Apps platform. Dominion Strategies leverages Google Apps to collaborate with clients and to more efficiently manage internal IT infrastructure. Dominion Strategies has set up and configured Google Apps for dozens of clients to help them minimize their IT costs and increase their productivity. We believe the point of technology is to support an organization’s mission, not become another mission.
Since 2001, DGC has been among the most innovative providers of communications solutions to public officials and government agencies at the federal, state, and local levels. Their ability to merge online and offline communications techniques is breaking new ground in the public sector.