IDP Serves Up Success By Putting The Web to Work for Clients. Click “Read More” to view our press release that was featured in the Lee’s Summit Tribune.
Internet Design and Publishing (IDP) will finish 2009 with nearly 200 clients, after the Company announced this week, it will take over Web hosting and design service for 80 former clients of DI Interactive. IDP founders and partners Monte Persinger and Andrew Brink began their sixth year of business last January with about 100 clients, and despite the sluggish economy, they have been able to grow their client base, even before the recent influx.
“In a slow economy, we’ve built Web sites for clients that generate more sales leads, create greater efficiencies, and solve problems,” said Persinger. “As a result, our clients have saved time and money, increased sales, and become more profitable.”
Clients like The Law Offices of Nick A. Cutrera, LLC are finding success through new revenue streams, thanks to systems the firm has implemented. “IDP transformed our site from an information-only site, to our second-largest revenue generator,” said Cutrera.
Few firms have thrived like IDP during the past year. Forced to shut down, DI Interactive owner Benton Boyd turned over its client base to IDP because they share a high commitment to customer service and offer a similar array of product offerings in the areas of Web design, hosting, search engine optimization, and Web application programming. “I’ve worked with the IDP team on many projects, and my former clients are in good hands,” Boyd said. “Their transition will be seamless, and they’ll even see some new service offerings from IDP.”
Another highlight for the firm in 2009 was its first-ever ranking among the area’s top 25 Web development firms, based on 2008 revenues of $410,000, by the Kansas City Business Journal. Persinger and Brink strive to move up the list after a successful 2009.
For more information on IDP, their clients and services, visit their recently revamped Web site, www.goidp.com or call Monte Persinger or Andrew Brink at (816) 808-6846. They are located at 800 NW Main, Lee’s Summit, MO.