JustIntegration, Inc

Innovations

We practice what we teach.  JustIntegration is currently creating and developing opportunities in two key areas: Manufacturing and Retail.  We believe that new business models in both of these areas will be key to creating a new small-business based economy.

Manufacturing

Custom Motorcycle by Art In MotionArt In Motion, LLC is a manufacturing company  owned by JustIntegration, Inc.  Through this subsidiary, JustIntegration is piloting several new manufacturing concepts and designing production vehicles. Formed in 2007, Art In Motion, LLC is now well known for customizing and building custom motorcycles and trikes.  Some of these have been featured on Discovery/Science Channel, American Iron Magazine, American Bagger Magazine & Curve Magazine.  They have won trophies at Sturgis Rat’s Hole Custom Bike Show, Daytona Rat’s Hole Custom Bike Show, and the Republic of Texas Rally. Art In Motion enjoys making its customers’ custom vehicle dreams come true.  Its official Fan page had over 100,000 fans as of August 2014.

Retail

zesale.net is an early stage venture of JustIntegration, Inc.  focused on “small retail”.   While the internet has had the potential to make it easier for customers to locate companies in any corner of the planet, something different is happening now – and fast. The introduction of search-enablers like schema.org coupled with a concentration of capital in international-scale eCommerce sites have shifted efficiency towards those that possess the resources to leverage these standards. The level at which a newly formed retail business would need to compete is well out of the reach of small business owners, and starting to become out of the reach of large retailers like Staples.

Just like the superhighways destroyed small towns when they cut them off from the primary transportation lines, large e-tailers are destroying the ability of small businesses to compete in the internet economy. We believe this disruption is bad for our local communities. Drastic change is needed to the brick & mortar industry. Not only must we become more customer-service focused, but we must integrate our business models with the positive side of the internet economy.

 

 


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