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As you may have noticed, the Focusfire website has received a facelift.
Actually, facelift doesn’t seem entirely accurate. The site has been gutted and rebuilt from scratch on-top of a new Content Management System(CMS). I guess you could call that a facelift, but only if you’re performing one with a chainsaw. This will hopefully be a much more scalable platform to grow with and I’m already very excited about the improved ease of use.
I’d like to give a big thanks to everyone who reviewed and tested the new site as well as a special thanks to Raccoon Paws for helping with the graphics work.
The website upgrade coincides with another big change, Focusfire’s move to Oklahoma City. Although the move from Charleston, WV was a difficult decision, I feel that it was the right one for both Focusfire and our clients. Among the many reasons for the move, the centralized location makes travel to either coast (and everywhere in-between) much easier and cheaper, a benefit that will be passed on to both new and existing clients.
OKC is a great city and I’m excited about getting involved in the business community here, meeting new clients, and tackling IT challenges to make life easier for our neighbors.
Keep an eye out for more updates soon.
Photo: Peggy Davis
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