Denver, CO, March 20, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Web design and internet technology is one of the fastest growing industries today, however it remains largely unregulated, and without industry standards for customer service and support.
As a result of this lack of regulation, many small business owners have consistently faced barriers when it comes to launching their professional websites. These barriers include price gouging web design boutiques and fly-by-night freelance designers who frequently abandon projects before they are completed. One small business owner from Brighton, CO reports: “My web designer insisted that it was impossible for my shopping cart to calculate Colorado sales tax... I paid them, they disappeared, and my site is not useable or functional...” Surprisingly, this is a very common occurrence.
CommonTiger* Denver, LLC offers services specifically to those who have lost time and money in the process of building their website. They also work on websites that simply need fixing or updating, providing troubleshooting and repair services, just like mechanics.
“There is a gap in web design services right now,” says Julian Rai, CommonTiger’s CEO and Project Supervisor, “Clients either face outrageous prices, into the thousands of dollars for a simple five page website, or designers that are unreliable, unreachable, and frequently incapable of finishing projects they have started, pretty much leaving clients with unusable sites. At this point of the evolution of both the development end and the business end of the market, I feel like it’s time to focus on maintenance and regulation. Including updates and upgrades. We’ll let the boutiques keep making them while we work on keeping them together.”
Julian, having worked in internet technologies since 1999, founded CommonTiger* specifically to serve the needs of small businesses or individuals who have had bad experiences with the web design industry. “This industry needs to be standardized. Clients need to know that they can have a website built affordably, and that they won’t be abandoned before their project is complete,” says Julian. “With what we do we’re more like specialized mechanics. We’re the folks that fix your bike, not necessarily the ones that build it custom.”
As part of it’s website repair and upgrades services, the company works in all major internet technologies, and also prides itself on being able to solve problems other designers have left behind or believed to be unsolvable. This includes solving large data migration puzzles, finding fixes for malfunctioning e-commerce sites, and mirroring sites that have been built in difficult platforms. Websites can also be built from scratch, where needed and necessary. CommonTiger* also offers a “pay as you go” pricing plan for troubleshooting and repair projects, which often makes it easier for clients that have been burned in the past.
CommonTIger* Denver specializes in website repair, upgrades, updates and maintenance for existing websites.
For more information, contact:
Stephanie M. Alaimo