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Double Agent eCommerce site launched
From humble beginnings 9 years ago, LOUENHIDE is emerging as one of Australia's favourite accessory brands, helping shape the style of modern day women of all ages.
Double Agent represents this brand in Southern Africa and their eCommerce enabled website is developed and maintained by Absol.
Merry Christmas 2016
On behalf of all the staff at Absol we would like to say thank you for your valued support, trust and loyalty in 2016.
We wish you and your family a peaceful and joyous festive season and a successful and prosperous new year. We look forward to working with you in 2017.
Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit
Absol launches the brand new website for the newly refurbished Grand Prix Circuit and International Convention Centre
Absol honoured at the AAAS supplier awards evening
We thank African Automotive Aftermarket Solutions (AAAS) for honouring Absol as one of their Service Providers of the Year 2016
Absol is Recruiting
Absol is looking to employ another Web Developer/Programmer.
If you've got what it takes to join our dynamic company, please email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Absol developed the systems to process on-site delegate registrations and an associated ecommerce payment gateway for over 6000 delegates and the bulk printing process for all badges. An interface was developed enabling the import/export of data from Summit's EBMS solution ensuring that all data was kept current from the date of the conference and updated back to their central systems in Erlanger just days after the event.
The registration desk, all setup, with staff training before the big rush of customers
Internet Cafe being setup
Absol was also asked to deploy a 10-station internet cafe/lounge with WiFi facilities throughout the 4 Halls as well as the Press Lounge
Almost done, just some finishing touches required.
For over 6000 delegates, you need a projection screen larger than most IMAX theatres!
Absol's Development Manager, Alex Shiells, runs through training with staff while Mining Indaba's Director of Finance, Chris Starace, smiles for the camera