– First Video Raised $250k
– Second Video Raised $2.4 million
Optical signature verification system, with technology acquired from ROC computers in the U.K. Benefactors included principles of Cushman & Wakefield in NYC.
Calamar Productions – NYC.
– Developed business plan, marketing video and animated renderings that raised $8 million Industrial Revenue Bond, $7 million private equity and $5 million in conventional debt to fund a movie studio project, partnered with a major Hollywood Studio.
Motion Pictures, Inc.
– Produced fundraising video that raised $500k for equipment and start-up operations
– Developed software and engineered a broadcast studio to automate the process of transferring photos to video, using pre-produced custom sound tracks, animation and custom titles. National accounts for this technology included Century 21 and Glamour Shots.
Holy Cross Episcopal Church
– Video & CD-Rom for a $6 Million Capital Campaign, which helped build the new facilities at The Church of the Holy Cross on Sullivan’s Island in South Carolina.
– Developed the first national-level web-based fundraising Clearing House Solution using real-time credit card and ACH batch integration using a custom built API
– The platform served hundreds of campaigns nationwide
– Developed for Phil Noble, who ran President Bill Clinton’s online campaigns. After operating it for several years, Noble reportedly sold the platform in a multi-million dollar transaction.
– DCI also developed a CD-Rom marketing tool for the political fund-raising platform.
– Contained animated and video-based tutorials with a custom built Interactive UI that was integrated with the online platform, using an in-house developed API for rapid and secure campaign registration.
Political Web Sites with Fund Raising Features:
- Draft Elizabeth Dole for VP
- Joe Wilson for Congress
- Condon 2002 for Governor
GoCode (originally ZapCode)
– Built software prototypes and develop fundraising videos that helped raise $14 million.
– GoCode created optical platforms developed by former members of the Mars Rover digital optics engineering team
– Founded by Tom Pickens, son of the oil billionaire T. Boone Pickens
– Developed the SAS eCommerce community platform and hosted the application that enabled the world’s first eCommerce transaction via a barcode scan (pre-QR code) using the smallest 2D barcode “font” in the world, developed by GoCode.
– The platform (originally named pc2web,) was used by 19 media properties in the U.S., launched in Charleston, SC with the Post & Courier
– The company now operates as The Code Corporation out of Utah and has offices on the East Coast and in Asia, with revenues of $35 million a year as of 2014.
– Produced two documentary videos for test market campaigns that ran in Memphis and Chicago
– Secured $60 million Brand Campaign Launch on behalf of Madison Avenue powerhouse FCB/Leber Katz, now just FCB and part of IPG.
– As of 2014 the Interpublic Group is the largest conglomerate of adverting, marketing and media firms in the world.