Several businesses are seeing the benefits of being online. Users are frequently using search engines to find stores, products, restaurants, activities, connections, and information online. Having your store hours, location, products, services, and other information online will allow people to fine you and get to know who you are in a way that is convenient and natural to them. No business should be without some way of being found online. Also, this can be a place to store frequently asked questions so people can independently find answers they are looking for about your business or organization.
Online sales are also becoming a large avenue for selling products and services. We can build online catalogs and shopping carts. We can then connect your checkout process with a payment gateway of your choosing, such as PayPal or FirstData, to allow credit card payments online. Also, we can setup “Donate Now” buttons or recurring payments for non-profit organizations looking for ways to receive contributions online.
Summit Anesthesiology, Inc. Website
Summit Anesthesiology, Inc.
This is a marketing website for an anesthesiology clinic.
The initial design was by Alicia Baker.
This website is a portal for potential and current tenants of Woodland Heights Mobile Park in Moscow, ID. Persons looking for an affordable place to live can see which units are available or will be available soon, monthly rent, and other descriptions of the units. Current units have access to documents and frequently used forms. Anyone wanting to contact Woodland Heights may do so through a contact form directly on the website for their convenience.
In Prayer for Washington State Website and eNewsletter
In Prayer for Washington State
People wanting to know how to specifically pray for Washington State have a place to go. This site is designed to be updated weekly and have newsletters e-mailed to members with the site’s new information. Persons may subscribe and unsubscribe to the newsletter on a weekly basis. The facilitators of In Prayer send a MS Word document to SumTech, who then converts the information to published on the web. Each newsletter is stored in a database for archiving so members may review past newsletters.