Barnsley, South Yorkshire – 1 October 2010. Twelvebaskets.co.uk and its sister eCommerce site, www.teachersdozen.co.uk have today re-launched its five year old business with a smart, modern, open source Java application from Target Information Systems.
Rev. Wayne Grewcock, one of the founders and Managing Director of Twelvebaskets, said “We are delighted to unveil today what we believe to be the largest, the broadest and the most user-friendly set of resources ever made available to the worldwide church.
“It is the ideal portal for busy church leaders and school teachers looking for top quality content for their services and assemblies. More than that, if the site takes off as we anticipate, we expect that Twelvebaskets will become a unique Christian community, where people from every tradition, denomination and style of worship will come together to share their resources, to broaden their experience and to grow together in expressing their love for and worship of Jesus Christ”.
He continued, “We couldn’t have done it without the refreshing help, support and professionalism of our software partner Target Information Systems. They’ve helped us understand how the technology can help our business and have delivered a platform that’s so much quicker, more user friendly and something that’s now a valuable asset for our future.
Phil Atkinson, Managing Director of Target Information Systems, the company behind the new Twelvebasket.co.uk platform said, “We are delighted to be working with Wayne and his team. The new site was expected to launch today, 1 October 2010, and the whole project has been delivered on time, to budget and to the agreed specification.
“We wish Twelvebaskets.co.uk the very best of success with this new platform.”
Target Information Systems is open for business and is looking for companies who want to make a direct contribution to their bottom line from improving their business systems.
About Target Information Systems
Target Information Systems was formed by Phil Atkinson and Daryl Greensill who have been delivering software application solutions for the last eleven years to companies such as Coca-Cola Enterprises, Nintendo, DHL, Electronic Arts, Barclaycard, Association of Chief Police Officers, West Yorkshire Police, South Wales Police, South Yorkshire Police, Cumbria Constabulary and Nokia’s software arm, Symbian.