Longmont Startup To Provide Leading-Edge Web Services to Boulder, Larimer and Weld County Businesses

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Front Range Interactive gains eBusiness Solutions Partner (eBSP®) certification from AIS Media, a nationally-recognized leader in Web technologies and solutions. The company, which opened for business on Oct. 1, delivers proven Internet solutions for small- to medium-sized businesses throughout Boulder and Larimer counties in Colorado. The company specializes in creating highly functional, professional and interactive websites designed to attract, engage and retain customers.

Front Range Interactive, Inc. today announced its certification as a business partner of AIS Media, an award-winning provider of Internet technologies and solutions that enable small to medium-sized companies to generate greater revenue, improve their corporate reputation, and deliver more value to their customers.

Front Range Interactive offers a full spectrum of Web services that include turnkey and custom website design, web development, secure website hosting, online storefronts and merchant services. The company also offers interactive online marketing capabilities that effectively engage more prospects and retain customers.

"We are a full-service Web enablement firm that offers a single point of contact and accountability for all elements of a company's Internet strategy," said Dave Webb, president of Front Range Interactive. "We see a tremendous opportunity here in Colorado to turn what is often a time-consuming cost center for many businesses into a means of generating substantially higher revenue and profit-with minimal effort and time."

Small or medium-sized businesses no longer have to work with multiple contractors to fully harness the power of the Internet to support their business objectives. Companies often have to work separately with a graphic designer, a website developer, or Flash, HTML or XML code specialists in order to get practical functionality and high-level professionalism they want in a website. Such multi-vendor relationships are often time-consuming and cost much more than expected, are harder to manage, and have muddled accountability for the outcome of a project when things go wrong.

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