Website Construction and Management
If you're like most businesses today, you know you need an internet presence. But, you need more than that. There are lots of companies out there who can develop your website for you. But at Delmarva Group (DMVG), we're different.
By offering a host of additional services for your business, such as email and CRM systems, we won't leave you after your website is complete. Our service plan is based upon your needs to run your business.
Self-empowerment is also huge. Our websites are built for our customers. Content is easy to update and maintain. We build with the most current and advanced CMS (Content Management Systems) available. When was the last time your website was updated? In today's internet climate, simply having a site is not enough. You have to work the web!
DMVG is a fully capable software development company. We put websites in that category as well. So, rather than just put together a simple presence on the internet, we help you leverage the web.
As your most active, 24/7 business channel, it's vital that your presence is strong and that you partner with the right company.
We have package pricing for websites that include: (contact us for details!)
- Shopping Cart Systems
- Custom Site Design, organization and coloring (logo matching capable)
- Discussion Forums
- Social Networking Integration
At DMVG, we recognize the need for your website to be responsive to changing market conditions. With the tools and training we provide, we draw the line between code and content. You, as the site owner (should you desire it) will have the ability to change the content of your site when you want. You can even develop articles and have them publish in the future. This is a big plus for those who travel or may not have time during the week to create that new content.
In most cases, our customers go from no internet presence to a fully operating site within a couple of weeks. Sometimes it's even faster.
For more information and a custom quote, please contact us here.
Last Updated (Friday, 03 July 2009 08:41)