QUICK HITS — Targeting the top U.S. construction companies, the site lets contractors manage their company resources and individual projects via the Internet. The site provides contractors the applications, materials and the tools they need to buy-out a job, create and submit reports and maintain communications on a daily basis. Since the site operates as an Application Service Provider, it is entirely Web-based and does not require any client software. — Features more than 30 pages describing the company's complete line of lawn and garden equipment. It also offers garden tips and links to industry and trade publications. — Customization is the name of the game at Miller Electric's updated Web site, which features online buying, access to the company's welding experts and allows users to download owner's manuals. To help welders find the right product for the job, the system will ask first-time visitors to classify themselves either as “professional” or “occasional” welders and based on their response, it will display products, special offers and discounts that apply to the user.

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