Chicago, IL and Boston, MA. (PRWEB) February 26, 2009 -
The Integrated Media Cooperative announced that it has entered into an agreement with Verndale to offer Internet consulting and strategy, web design, application development, search engine marketing, and integration services to the IMC membership base.
"We are excited to add Verndale as a preferred partner," Bill Walker, CEO of IMC said. "This agreement enables us to provide our members with creative and cost effective solutions for their Internet related initiatives."
"We look forward to creating innovative and ROI-driven Internet-based applications for IMC members," said Joe Zarrett, President of Verndale. "Our partnership with IMC allows us to utilize our years of experience in the publishing industry to help members achieve their online business goals."
Founded in 1998, Verndale has helped hundreds of emerging and mid-sized organizations maximize the value of their web assets. Experienced in website design, application development, integration services, and online marketing, the company helps clients meet the challenges of business today in innovative and forward thinking ways. Verndale is a Microsoft Certified Development Partner and maintains active partner relationships with many of the leading Content Management, Portal, Commerce, Search, and E-Mail Marketing platforms. The firm has been recognized by the Boston Business Journal and Inc. Magazine as one of the Fastest Growing Private Companies in Massachusetts and the US respectively. For more information visit http://www.verndale.com.
About Integrated Media Cooperative
The Integrated Media Cooperative is dedicated to the growth of independent small to medium-sized magazine publishing companies by providing opportunities to share of best practices, innovate through mutual efforts, and benefit financially through consolidation of volume purchasing. The company strives to reach these goals by collaborating with suppliers of goods and services offering them reduced competition, greater than average growth, reduced marketing costs, and open communication and information flow.