You’ve no doubt done some out–of–the–box thinking to get your business where it is today. So why climb back into the box when the time comes to building your web site?
This is exactly what happens when a web company gives you a pre–packaged “solution” – they are forcing you into their mold rather than molding the site to fit your business and its needs.
At WRL, all of the sites we design are fully customizable to reflect your business and its goals. Our account and web staff will work with you to find the solution that works for your business… and fits inside your yearly web budget. We pride ourselves on our policy of sitting down with clients, showing the pros and cons of each solution, and then coming up with a roadmap for a site that works.
We never ask, “Can it be done?” Instead, we ask, “Should it be done?” Will the feature drive business to your products? Will there be ROI? Will it help the business stand out, compete and win clients? If the answers are “Yes,” then it is time to implement the feature.
Many of WRL’s custom programming solutions are database driven. By doing this, we give customers a single maintenance point for information. This means that once information is in the database, it appears on every page that pulls from that data source. Change the data once (an employee's title, for example) – and it changes everywhere. The result? Lower maintenance costs and a quicker ROI.
When you hire WRL to design and build your web site, you leave the worrying to us. Need to integrate with backend systems such as QuickBooks? Want to use a third party system such as Google Maps on your site? Want an RSS feed? Heard that Flash or AJAX will enhance your site, but aren't sure you know the difference? Our programmers will answer your questions and leverage available technology to meet your goals and make your vision a reality.
At WRL, our goal is to work with you to learn your business, define your goal, and build your web site into a viable tool that generates revenue for your company.
WRL has extensive knowledge in the following the programming languages: