Could you describe the scope of the project? For example, did it involve custom design, backend development, training, ongoing support, etc.?
That one would be the one that we launched about two years ago. We wanted it to have a responsive design, which they created for us from the ground up. We wanted it have more focus on news-related information, having press releases, articles and advisories, and events and seminars that our firm has readily available. We wanted the entire thing to be intuitive and accessible to our end-users.
How did you select PaperStreet as your solution partner?
We conducted some initial research to identify potential vendors. We then distributed an RFP to our top candidates, and we selected PaperStreet based on the proposal we recieved. Ever since then, we’ve used them as our go-to firm for our website and technology needs, because we’ve been so happy with their services.
In terms of evaluating your website and your Total Control CMS, have they met your business needs, and do you believe they will continue to do so into the foreseeable future?
I do think it currently meets our needs. I think moving forward, it may need to be updated. But, one of the things that’s nice about PaperStreet is that any request we have to tinker with the website here and there, they are more than willing to accommodate us, and typically at a very low price point.
Could you provide a sense of the size of this initiative in monetary terms?
It cost between $25,000 and $50,000.
When was the project completed?
It was November of 2012.