Newness is nice. The company hasn’t been around long but we’ve got over ten years
experience in computing and the web. We’ve worked for blue-chips and tiny concerns
and we’ve learnt from all of them. They’ve given us some great ideas and now we
have the opportunity to put them all into practice.
Websites can be simple. Really simple. There’s no need for jargon or geek-speak
– you tell us what you want and we tell you in plain English how we’ll achieve it.
It’s that easy. You don’t need to know how we are going to build your site. You
don’t need to know what tools we’re going to use. You do need to know that
it’s going to be an effective asset for your business.
Smallness is a virtue. It means we are flexible and able to adapt to your business
needs and do our best to behave as if each customer is our only customer. We know
our success is bound up in the success of our customers so we are determined to
get to the heart of your goals and objectives.
We take it personally. Your website may be a customer’s first impression of your
business. If it’s bad it’ll reflect on your whole business so we have to take it
personally. We’re not selling widgets; we’re selling your business and we don’t
take that responsibility lightly.
This isn’t about cut and run. We want to build long-term relationships, forging
an active partnership in the development of your web and computing strategy. Together
we can find the best solutions for your IT needs now and in the