Washington, DC (PRWEB) October 11, 2007
Q-Industries (http://www.q-industries.com), an interactive agency that designs and builds online brands, Web sites and Internet applications is, relocating to 13th Street NW in Washington, DC. They are more than tripling their office space, to approximately 12,219 square feet.
Expanding its offices for the third time since 2006, Q-Industries' growth has been driven by creating more sophisticated and functional Web sites for businesses, non-profits, and associations. This includes developing the Web-based applications that run these organizations' marketing, publishing, and operations.
"Where once there was a large divide between what companies did online and offline, now those components are much less isolated today," said Tim Neill, President and CEO of Q-Industries. "Companies want to tie together ecommerce and accounting; they want better content management systems to publish to the Web, and they need new e-marketing tools to reach their members and customers in a more engaging manner."
Founded in Washington, DC in 1999, Q-Industries' staff has doubled over the past 18 months, growing in all areas from account managers to information architects to quality assurance - while consistently focusing on its core of skilled programmers.
"Historically there's been a split between creative shops and application developers. We've been very fortunate in that our strength unites these two areas," said Neill. "Our growth has mirrored that and will continue."
The company will relocate from 1814 N Street, NW on October 13, 2007 to its new address at:
1100 1300th Street, NW,
Washington DC, 20005
For more information about their new offices and the services that Q-Industries provides, visit: http://www.q-industries.com
Q-Industries is an interactive agency that designs and builds online brands, Web sites and advanced Internet-based applications, with expertise in online marketing, social networking, and new media services. From helping launch start-ups employing 2.0 technologies, to advancing the capabilities of Fortune 500 Web sites, Q-Industries clients span commercial, government, and association or nonprofit organizations across the United States.
Since its founding in 1999, Q-Industries has distinguished itself through technical expertise and sound business practices, having grown its team of developers, strategists, analysts, designers and testers when many Internet application companies down-sized or disappeared. In addition to custom programming, Q-Industries has built a library of transferable web applications, such as email marketing and content management systems, resulting in more robust applications at lower costs.
Q-Industries programs in every major language, depending on what the client needs, providing reliable and secure custom Internet applications with quick turnaround.