We are delighted to have been shortlisted for the “The Best Web Developer for ingenious engineering and meticulous delivery” at the 2014 Net Visionary Awards.
The award recognises a development team that has used development techniques to deliver a clean, integrated, scalable, user-focused system or application (e.g. CMS, CRM, Website or Mob/Web Application). The award winner will have clearly demonstrated their skill in capturing, understanding and delivering to user requirements an innovative, sustainable customer solution that enhances the overall customer/user experience.
In addition to our shortlisting, two of our clients, PuddleDucks and Mitchell & Son Wine Merchants have been shortlisted too.
PuddleDucks.ie – Best “All About Online” B2C eCommerce Retailer
This award recognises the retailer who is selling purely online. That’s right, no building with a shop window and a name over the door… just a website proving that it’s possible to sell online to anywhere at any time. The winning retailer will be selling online in Ireland and overseas. Their SEO will be second to none so that if they are selling it you can find it – in seconds. They will have a flock of fans and followers on Facebook and Twitter. They will have a website of exceptional customer experience and service that is irresistible to its customers.
Mitchell & Son – Best multi-channel retailer – all things to all people
The “all things to all people” award recognises the retailer who sells online and offline, a business that has integrated their bricks and mortar retail proposition with a compelling online service so that they can meet the needs of customers wherever they are in the world and whatever time of day or night. It recognises those businesses who have been courageous and determined in their efforts to grow their business and embrace technology to meet their customer’s needs.
The annual IIA net Visionary Awards will take place on Friday 26th of September 2014 at The Smock Alley Banquet Hall
To find out more about the awards or to join us on the night please see http://www.netvisionary.ie/