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CATCO Inc In business since 1981, CATCO has offices in and serves the greater St. Louis, Missouri metropolitan region, Kansas City, and New Orleans, Louisiana. They specialize in Fire Damage Restoration, Water Damage Restoration, Construction Services, and Mold Remediation. Site: www.catcoinc.com
Scobis Company The Scobis Company is the custom wood door specialist in St. Louis, MO. The quality in their craftsmanship combined with the beauty in the design creates stunning and unique entries for their customers. Site: www.scobiscompany.com
Chandler Industries Chandler Industries is a leading manufacturer of precision-machined components, fabrications, complex assemblies and weldments for quality-minded companies worldwide. Site: www.chandlerindustries.com

Sippel Technologies, Inc. (STI) has been developing web sites, internet marketing campaigns and applications since 1998. Our web design operations are in St. Louis, MO.

Secure administration, e-commerce solutions, database design, web design, high-end graphics and SEO (search engine optimization) highlight our full service Internet company. We have created a number of proprietary web programs for specific industries (Insurance, Construction and Manufacturing) including dynamic documents, planrooms, online document management. Additionally, host broking is the backbone of our development process and our  key relationships with the world’s top hosting vendors align our clients needs with the project scale.

Teaming  up with many of the premier content management systems (CMS) - Joomla, Drupal, Wordpress and others, STI builds internet, intranet and extranet environments. From public to private systems, we can help your organization improve communication with your clients, vendors and employees.

What sets us apart from all others is our ability to translate your ideas and business process into a dynamic web design that exceeds all standards for viewer usability, fast downloading times & intuitive navigation.

Your Web Site is your On-Line “Marketing & Sales Channel” for your company and must be reflected as professional as possible. Proper web design and site techniques are important. Building a professional image on your web site design can mean making that big sale, closing on needed financing and attraction of great employees. Contact us today and get started building your company image.

 

Internet News

  • Walgreen stores go offline due to technical glitch

    A Walgreens logo is seen outside its store in New York City(Reuters) - Pharmacy chain Walgreen Co suffered a system outage for several hours on Friday, taking all of its 8,200 pharmacy outlets offline and delaying prescription orders. The company faced a "technical issue" during a system update and had to bring the entire system offline to resolve it, spokesman Michael Polzin said. Some prescription orders may have been lost as a result of the outage, Polzin said, but most were queued and processed when the system was restored. Shares of Walgreen closed at $61.05 on Friday on the New York Stock Exchange.


  • IBM to help China's Inspur to design servers

    A man passes by an illuminated IBM logo at the CeBIT computer fair in HanoverBy Gerry Shih BEIJING (Reuters) - IBM will help China's largest server vendor Inspur International design server systems, the two companies said on Friday, an unexpected development in what has been a politically charged rivalry in the Chinese technology market. Since last year Inspur has aggressively marketed its servers to Chinese state-owned firms as a replacement for IBM (International Business Machines Corp) systems while U.S.-China relations have worsened dramatically over mutual suspicions of cyber-spying. Inspur shares soared in late May after it told Chinese news outlets that its servers had begun to replace the U.S. The Chinese firm has coined the term "I2I" - IBM to Inspur - as a marketing catchphrase.


  • Computers reshaping global job market, for better and worse: paper

    People use computers at a job fair in Detroit(Reuters) - Automation and increasingly sophisticated computers have boosted demand for both highly educated and low-skilled workers around the globe, while eroding demand for middle-skilled jobs, according to research to be presented to global central bankers on Friday. "(W)hile computerization has strongly contributed to employment polarization, we would not generally expect these employment changes to culminate in wage polarization except in tight labor markets," Autor wrote. Any long-term strategy to take advantage of advances in computers should rely heavily on investments in human capital to produce "skills that are complemented rather than substituted by technology," he said. Recounting the long history of laborers vilifying technological advances, Autor argues that most such narratives underestimate the fact that computers often complement rather than replace the jobs of higher-skilled workers.