Hires local firm Montague WebWorks to reassemble website
Amherst, MA - October, 2013 -- Kim Harwood, principal of Kim Harwood Stonework, was unhappy with his existing company website and looked for a local web development company that could provide him with excellent service and a dynamic content management system, which he could administer himself. He knew he needed professionals who could get the job done and leave him with a stable, mature system. And so he called on Montague WebWorks.
Kim met Mik Muller of Montague WebWorks who arranged for a demo of their software, RocketFusion. Mik also presented several client websites, in both front-end and back-end views. Kim was visibly impressed by the simplicity and power of the RocketFusion software. "I am very excited."
Kim sent Mik a few sample websites that he liked. They emailed back and forth about the various aspects of the templates, what they liked and didn't like. Soon the new website was up and running and Kim was logged in, editing pages and adding photos. "I am very, very excited" he said. "I'm looking forward to being able to upload tons of photos of my work with no fuss, and update my price sheet and testimonial pages."
The new website can be seen here: KimHarwoodStonework.com
Kim Harwood has been building dry laid stone landscapes in Western Massachusetts since 1999. His mission is to create beautiful works of functional stone art that will enhance your enjoyment of the landscape and endure the test of time.
Montague WebWorks, with offices in Greenfield and Northampton, can be reached at 413-320-5336 or MontagueWebWorks.com for more information.
Montague WebWorks' proprietary Content Management System (CMS) dubbed "RocketFusion" can be installed behind almost any website template, either purchased, downloaded free, or hand-created by a designer of your choice. The software sports static pages, image galleries, file cabinets, online forms, news and a dynamic databased contact management system, built-in to the news and static pages. HTML experience is not required to operate your website, allowing almost anyone to maintain it. As such there are no monthly fees for updates.
Posted: to Kim Harwood Stonework News on Thu, Aug 29, 2013
Updated: Wed, Jan 6, 2016