Pig Brig is a feral hog trapping system that was developed by wildlife ecologists, Tony and Vickie DeNicola and marketed through Field Engine Wildlife Research, an environmental services and solutions company. The Pig Brig trapping system has an interesting inception story.
The founders of Pig Brig Trap Systems started a non-profit organization back in 1995 called White Buffalo that conducts research and management projects worldwide. On one such project in Guam where the White Buffalo team had set out to eradicate feral hogs in a fenced area, they faced a problem. The presence of unexploded ordnance from WWII in the soil made it impossible for them to place metal objects into the ground or take any action that would disrupt the soil. Instead, they hung nets from trees and used remotely triggered gates to trap the pigs. As it turned out, the nets were more effective than the metal gate. So the net was then upgraded to create the Pig Brig product that it is today.
Pig BrigTrap Systems being a venture with a small product range, had a well-built website set up on Shopify that didn’t need much fluff. But it needed certain integrations and features to function properly. This is where Codaemon came in.
Integration of custom features for:
With AWS server acting as a middle layer between Shopify and Shopify frontend customers or any third-party services, things became easy. We used the AWS server to build custom applications for all the above features. These apps fetch the data from Shopify. The middle layer receives the data, parses it, modifies it, and sends it to the Shopify frontend or triggers emails as required.
Backed by Codaemon’s expertise in all the required integrations, Pig Brig Trap Systems is now a more interactive and well-equipped site focused on optimizing customer experience and managing internal order communications more efficiently.