Media Sauce Announces Partnership With Small Box Web Design

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Carmel-based digital marketing and communications firm MediaSauce has announced a partnership with Indianapolis-based Web development firm Small Box Consulting. The partnership establishes Small Box as the exclusive provider of Web development services for MediaSauce and makes their custom Content Management Systems (CMS) available to Media Sauce clients. Executives from both companies also anticipate ongoing collaboration in new media consulting services.

Carmel-based digital marketing and communications firm MediaSauce has announced a partnership with Indianapolis-based Web development firm Small Box Consulting.

The partnership establishes Small Box as the exclusive provider of Web development services for MediaSauce, whose focus is primarily on outcome-based broadband communication strategies and creative development services. Small Box's custom Content Management Systems (CMS) give clients the ability to easily update and change the information, images, and even video found throughout their Web sites without a need to understand the technical aspects of the Website development.

"Partnering with MediaSauce allows us to jointly offer something truly unique in the marketplace, and a legitimate ability to help businesses across the entire spectrum of digital communication--from education and strategic development to the solutions that allow businesses to easily manage those initiatives on an ongoing basis," said Small Box President, Jeb Banner. "The Web is not a place where information can remain stagnant, it has to continually adapt, or it becomes irrelevant."

The digital media industry has seen rapid growth over the past few years, and with more and more marketing dollars being shifted away from traditional media outlets and towards the Internet, both groups have seen significant growth. MediaSauce recently appeared in Inc. Magazine's annual list of the nation's 5,000 fastest-growing privately owned businesses. They were ranked number 15 in the media industry.

"Broadband has fundamentally changed the way we all connect and communicate, and its influence will only increase," says MediaSauce CEO Bryan Gray. "Our success in executing on strategies that leverage these technologies continues to present amazing opportunities to transform businesses. Our partnership with Small Box will only make it easier for our clients to pull off big things."

Both MediaSauce and Small Box derive significant portions of their revenue from new media consulting services, and executives from both organizations anticipate ongoing collaboration in this area will expand their expertise and improve strategic development for all clients while potentially creating areas of improved efficiencies throughout.

About MediaSauce
At the intersection of storytelling, ubiquitous broadband, and advanced Web strategies lies the transformative power of digital media. Proper execution creates immediate clarity and powerful connections to targeted audiences anywhere, at any time, around the world. MediaSauce has become a leader in delivering forward-thinking marketing solutions, creative services and digital media consulting to companies who believe that increased understanding to engaged audiences will accelerate growth. MediaSauce delivers fully integrated thinking that allows companies to capitalize on all communication mediums to help businesses transform their organization.
To learn more, please visit http://www.mediasauce.com

(Blueprint Holdings, LLC d/b/a MediaSauce)
With offices in Carmel and Indianapolis Indiana

About Small Box
Small Box Consulting was founded in January 2006 by partners Jeb Banner and Joe Downey to provide professional Websites and new media consulting services for businesses and organizations throughout the Midwest. Small Box Consulting is located in Broad Ripple, Indianapolis. To learn more, please visit http://www.smallboxconsulting.com

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