What they said
Oxford Web Applications enabled and support our online payment system which must be available at any time of the day or night to our customers. The Oxford Web Applications team continue to be highly supportive, they always act quickly and efficiently via the system portal to fix and find systems errors or faults that may occur. I would recommend their services.
Say Eng Loo, senior applications analyst, London Borough of Camden
About the London Borough of Camden
In April 1965, the London Borough of Camden replaced the former metropolitan boroughs of Hampstead, Holborn, and St Pancras. It was named after the first Earl Camden, Charles Pratt, who started the development of Camden Town in 1791.
Our history with the London Borough of Camden
We started working with The London Borough of Camden in the late 1990's. Initially we were appointed to redevelop their mainly static HTML web site and to introduce 'self publishing', dynamically generated, areas of content. At that time Content Management Systems (CMS) had not been invented and our self publishing areas provided Camden with the ability to quickly and easily update specific types of content as required. The development of the online payment system was launched in 2000 and shortly afterwards we added the ability for users to set up Direct Debit payments, with real time verification.
We have successfully completed many projects for Camden over the last 20 years. More recently we redeveloped the online Commercial Property Database which allows users to search and find properties which are available to rent in the Borough.