1xINTERNET with three nominations for the Splash Awards

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In the Corporate category we are nominated for our work for SENEC. SENEC is a fast growing startup and a daughter company of ENBW one of the largest German energy providers, operating in Germany, Italy, and Australia.  In order to support the company growth, the website was needed to be relaunched.   When working on the project we had three main goals:

  • Provide information about the products in an engaging way.

  • Offer contact possibilities to get information about the products and services.

  • Allow customers to close energy contracts directly on the website.

Our aim was to  turn the well working original SENEC website into a ‘lead machine’ that will serve landing pages and converting user journeys for all marketing activities. The client requested Drupal because of its excellent reputation as an enterprise grade web CMS. The IT department of SENEC operates all systems in-house, and Drupal could easily be integrated in the existing IT landscape, because of its open standards and in-built API functionalities.

Nils Buntrock, Director Marketing at SENEC:  

“We are amazed by the flexibility and simplicity of the Drupal's backend. Our editors can produce better content and work much faster than before. This allows us to focus more on growing our online business and reach our audience better."

The most important part of the IT landscape of SENEC, that Drupal connects with, is a feature rich services API, where product information, usage data, and contract booking can be accessed from third party applications. Other integrations were to a proprietary CRM system, as well as the marketing automation system Hubspot.

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  • Do full-text search on all the articles in Drupal Planet (thanks to Apache Solr)
  • Facet based on tags, author, or feed
  • Flip through articles quickly (with j/k or arrow keys) to find what you're interested in
  • View the entire article text inline, or in the context of the site where it was created

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