RiverStream Publishing is using TitleLeaf to present their company and products to their classroom customers.
Delaney Educational Enterprises is using TitleLeaf to empower their sales force.
J. Appleseed is using TitleLeaf to streamline interaction between sales representatives and their school/library customers.
Bearport Publishing wanted to avoid the big upgrade expense associated with CyberWolf's PowerWeb solution. TitleLeaf fit the bill.
EPIC Press is a sister company to ABDO Publishing. Based on ABDO's positive experience with TitleLeaf, EPIC Press came directly to us for an ecommerce website.
MidAmerica Books chose TitleLeaf considering it’s long-standing history and custom features that address their book preview business model.
After testing a WordPress ecommerce solution, Abdo Publishing decided an application built for the unique needs of publishers was more appropriate.
Showcasing the flexibility of titleleaf, we developed this site for Sleeping Bear Press following the structure and design of their pre-existing, static site.
Bourgeois Interior Design approached us based on the work we had done for their partners. The simplicity of folio was an immediate selling point.
Although outside our normal client base, we jumped at the possibility of working with artist Molly O’Mara. Communicating her large-scale art via a website offered a unique challenge.
Dreamslice International approached propulsion to develop an online site devoted to shared-ownership real estate. The resulting application displayed properties from multiple MLS feeds as an overlay on Google Maps and matched like-minded buyers.
After years of modifying open-source ecommerce solutions to fit the unique needs of the educational publishing market, The Child’s World approached propulsion to develop TitleLeaf.