Websites with Password-Protected Private and/or Secure Data: Yes, We Do That

Written by Kathy Kassera Mrozek

Some Websites Do More Than Meets the Eye

We’re lucky that we get to work with organizations ranging from scholarly publishing to ecommerce to financial services to medical devices and providers and more. What do they have in common? They all have public parts of their websites and private and/or secure parts of their websites. We’re uniquely qualified to create systems that provide for both.

Even if you’re not a bank, would you benefit from having a password secured site for employee information or sales documentation that can be accessed from anywhere? The sky’s the limit on what’s possible and how you can better serve your customers and/or employees by creating areas they can access and update (or transact) on their own.

Membership organizations, such as the National Association of Epilepsy Centers, have websites that display public information, while housing secure areas that allow users to update contact information, submit re-credentialing surveys, view members-only information or events, and pay dues via automatic recurring billing. Member data may be aggregated and displayed on member maps or listings.

Recent member websites we’ve released include: National Association of Epilepsy Centers, Aggregate and Ready Mix Association of MNChemical Education Foundation, and Minnesota Association for Criminal Defense Lawyers.