The Internet is a vastly more participative medium than it was just a few years ago. Top-down communication is a thing of the past on the Web, as user-generated content and feedback has placed more power in the hands of the average user.
GatorWorks Web Design, located in Baton Rouge, La., is at the forefront of change and innovation on the Web. The team at GatorWorks is committed to continuous learning, giving them the capability to provide their clients’ customers with new ways of experiencing them through the Web. After all, every successful business knows that customer satisfaction is key. The Internet has changed the way companies interact with their customers, and vice-versa. The opportunities for relationship building on the web are limitless, and GatorWorks’ skill allows them to help new and established businesses maximize that potential.
Recently, the team at GatorWorks designed a Web site for RadJet, a Houston-based company that has adapted and enhanced the use of radial jetting technology to coil tubing units utilized in oil and gas production.
“GatorWorks has done an excellent job in showcasing our services in a way that’s both eye-catching and informative,” Michel Bouchard of RadJet said. “The site is attractive and user-friendly and clearly communicates our value to potential customers. In addition, [GatorWorks founder and president] Brian Rodriguez and his team were very attentive to our needs and worked hard to get the site ready in a timely manner.”
Because it takes the time to understand the unique needs of each client, GatorWorks provides a design audit to each client to fully outline the requirements their specific project will have. It complements this by offering clients additional services after the project is complete, such as e-mail and Web hosting, online advertising and technical assistance. GatorWorks has just recently launched a newly designed Web site at www..
For more information, please visit www. or contact Brian Rodriguez at (225) 709-6153.
Reprinted from the December 2008 / January 2009 issue of BIC Magazine.