Who we work with
Get to know the clients and brands we call our friends.
Since 2007, we’ve worked with clients to engineer, develop and maintain digital product and platform solutions that advance their business performance meaningfully and sustainably.
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BMW of North America was one of the first Automotive OEMs to offer their full catalog of lifestyle, accessories, and hard parts within the Amazon Ecommerce marketplace.
Purolite, the world’s leading manufacturer of ion exchange specialty high performance resins, first approached Williams Forrest in 2016 to rearchitect their global web platform in the Magnolia CMS.
BMW Aftersales, a division of BMW of North America, turned to trusted, long-term partner Williams Forrest to rebuild their Value Service Program for BMW and MINI from the ground up.
Steinway & Sons was trying to shift brand perception from a piano maker for top-tier artists to a lifestyle brand for consumers.
WF partnered with MACU, a full-service financial institution and industry leader with $7.5B in assets managed, and their creative agency-of-record Struck to create a comprehensively re-envisioned eBanking website experience for MACU’s over 700,000 members.
Chobani engaged our friends at Big Spaceship to develop “Chobani Home,” an employee platform that would give their workforce a way to share information, improve company-wide communications, and give them access to materials they could use to manage their career growth.
Williams Forrest partnered with digital agency Big Spaceship to collaborate on a new mobile application intended to extend the newly launched in-store BMW Genius Everywhere program.
Steinway & Sons underwent a comprehensive rebranding and marketing overhaul to appeal to a wider purchasing audience. The iconic brand yearned to be seen as a lifestyle product to a new generation of music lovers and piano aficionados.
BMW of North America turned to Williams Forrest in support of a strategic initiative to retrofit the existing Product Knowledge on Demand (PKoD) website with a custom-built Content Management System (CMS).
WF has had an ongoing partnership with BMW of North America Aftersales in support of their strategic digital initiatives.
Williams Forrest was tapped by Volvo’s creative digital agency kbs+ to design and develop the “What Would You Wear?” Facebook application as part of Volvo’s promotional strategy for “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1.”
In collaboration with HP and agencies CHI & Partners and Big Spaceship, Williams Forrest created an entirely custom SharePoint social solution called OneHP.