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BrowserMedia Launches New Website For Solar Energy Industry Association

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by Staff Writers
Bethesda MD (SPX) Aug 11, 2008
BrowserMedia has announced the launch of the new website for the Solar Energy Industry Association. The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) is the leading national trade association for the solar energy industry.

They work to expand markets, strengthen research and development, remove market barriers and improve education and outreach for solar energy professionals.

BrowserMedia information architects began by performing a comprehensive audit of SEIA's existing website and other content assets. The new architecture was then translated by BrowserMedia's creative team into a modern design that is easy to navigate and perfectly captures SEIA's message.

The redesigned website is powered by BrowserCMS, BrowserMedia's web content management system, as well as several BrowserCMS modules, including a custom Member Directory, Forum, and Polling Module.

SEIA is using BrowserMedia's BrowserAMS as their association management system to manage the day-to-day needs of the organization.

BrowserAMS is integrated seamlessly with the BrowserCMS-driven website. The complete BrowserAMS and BrowserCMS solution allows SEIA to easily manage virtually every aspect of their business, including, membership, committees, divisions, boards, dues, and events, and also includes member self-service functionality that is available on the redesigned website.

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Evolution Solar Joins Solar Electric Power Association
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