Digital agency e3 has secured its second win with weeks, after being appointed by Historic Royal Palaces to handle a major digital transformation project.
The organisation, which is a registered chairty, runs HM Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Kensington Palace, Banqueting House and Kew Palace as well as Hillsborough Castle in Northern Ireland.
e3 will be working Historic Royal Palaces on the strategy and execution to overhaul of its content management system, which drives all the organisation’s separate websites, which include booking inforation as well as marketing content.
The project will see the CMS switch to Sitecore, for which e3 is one of the firm’s Certified Gold Partners.
The digital agency already works for a host of charities, including the National Trust, Unicef and the NSPCC, and last month picked up a three-year contract to provide both the ongoing management and future development of Arthritis Research UK’s online strategy.
e3 managing director Neil Collard said: “We’ve built up a wealth of knowledge working with charities over the years and we’re looking forward to creating something unique, engaging and effective for Historic Royal Palaces.”
Arthritis charity hands digital to e3