Using a large web design company does not guarantee the best results.
In its first year of operation, a web-based costume retail company spent $1 million to have one of the country’s largest, most successful web design companies develop their website. The costume company knew very little about web design, backend, server loads, customer online buying experiences, and so on.
The costume company was just four months away from Halloween season and launching their website on time was critical. However, the website being developed was constantly crashing and not functioning properly. The web design company then contacted DSC Multimedia, and we were able to find the problem. It turned out that some of the work was being off-shored, causing a delay in communication and addressing issues.
DSC Multimedia was able to work with the web designers to develop a list of technical and internet buyer issues. Daily and weekly telecoms were held with web designers and top management. DSC Multimedia also developed schedules to ensure accountability. After two months, DSC Multimedia had the website up and running, allowing the client to be profitable during the Halloween season.
In the end, we made a friend of the web development house by showing that we were willing to work with them, not against them. We also saved our client from losing Halloween, the most important part of their business base.
DSC brings a multi-million dollar box/carton company to the internet.
Do you really need a website if you have a successful multi-million dollar business?
A box/carton company based in Newark, NJ has been producing boxes and displays for the packing and retail industry since 1950. The company was expanding and needed to develop informational websites for their different divisions across the United States.
The company was looking to work with a small, local, and affordable web developer, so they chose DSC Multimedia. We were able to give their company a new look and feel with four different websites. The websites are up and functioning as the box/carton company continues to grow.