The Future is Personal. Personalization goes both ways. Your customers need to get to know you, and you need to get to know them. Digital marketing tends to be impersonal, focusing on lists, list building, lead generation, etc. The customer is not thought of as a person or an individual with personalized needs. They are an email address.
Orasi Analytics provides a fresh, outside perspective and extensive domain expertise to their client’s business questions, optimizing their data and blending it with vast external intelligence to dramatically accelerate speed to insight.
Atlanta-based software reseller and professional services company, Orasi Software, came to us wanting to spin off a website that specifically featured one of their flagship solutions–Analytics. The project needed to be fast-tracked due to an upcoming rollout of a large promotional campaign.
As the Web Developer on this Project for Michael Mackenzie Communications, I built a fast-loading, dynamic, mobile-responsive WordPress website secured with SSL encryption. Orasi Analytics now has an effective marketing and communications vehicle to promote and disseminate value-based content to potential clients.
From design concepts to launch, this 10-page site shipped within a development cycle of fewer than thirty days.
- Responsive Design
- SSL Secured
- WordPress Development
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WordPress released its latest update, WordPress 5.0, this past Thursday, November 6, 2018. I realize this is short notice, but WordPress didn’t announce it until two days prior. Why is this important? WordPress releases updates all the time. Well, this release contains a significant change to the native page and post editing experience with the
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