Montague WebWorks Change of Management
Change of focus, and launching of the RocketFusion brand
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CONTACT: Mik Muller, (413) 320-5336
2011 brings changes to Montague WebWorks.
After three years working together, Mik Muller has bought-out his partner Patrick Davis in their company, Montague WebWorks. Mr. Davis is moving on to focus on his own sales, communications and marketing work.
In January 2008 Mr. Davis, a sales and marketing expert, and Mr. Muller, a website software programmer and general web guru, pooled their talents and formed Montague WebWorks to cater to the local small and medium business market in the Pioneer Valley. In that time they have gained about 90 clients, more than half of whom are in Montague and Greenfield, and 75% of whom are in Franklin County.
Mr. Davis said "I believe in Mik and wouldn't trust our customers with anyone else. Montague WebWorks will grow under his stewardship, and the customers will receive supreme direct service and support from the author of the software they all use."
Mr. Muller stated at a recent training seminar, "The small business website software I wrote, which was recently renamed RocketFusion, will become the main focus of Montague WebWorks. Customers using the website software will see significant software improvements over the next few months regarding speed and ease, and will include many new features. For new customers the time-to-market has been reduced to days, not weeks, and our prices have become much more competitive."
In addition to starting a targeted marketing campaign centered on the rebranded software, Montague WebWorks plans to begin a collaborative advertising model with its customers, which will include local newspapers papers, radio, and possibly even public access TV, Muller said. "Cooperative advertising is not a new concept, but I think it's rare for a company to share advertising space with its customers. Even though the economy appears to be on a recovery, small businesses need to work together."
Montague WebWorks' free refresher training seminar called “WebWorks University” will now return on a monthly basis, with each session focusing on a different aspect of the software, and always covering simple Search Engine Optimization tricks. At the recent January 27th seminar David Ward was brought in to explain Google Places, a new service offered by the search engine giant.
Stacey Langknecht, owner of Hotsapp Woodworks, said "I've been to many of these WebWorks University classes and I think Mik should be commended. He seems genuinely concerned that every customer makes their website work for their business, and walks us through the steps to make that happen."
The next refresher training will be held Monday, February 28th, from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM at the Franklin County Community Development Corp.
Montague WebWorks is a local web hosting company located in Franklin County and serving the Pioneer Valley. Their premier software product RocketFusion was written specifically for small to medium sized businesses and designed for quick deployment and ease of use. Montague WebWorks is also the owner and operator of several local community websites, such as MontagueMA.net and GreenfieldMA.net. Company owner Mik Muller can be reached at (413) 320-5336 or via the website http://www.MontagueWebWorks.com
Posted: to WebWorks News on Wed, Jan 26, 2011
Updated: Wed, Apr 6, 2011