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Orcon enters website and online application market

9 February 2006

Orcon enters website and online application development market

Orcon Internet is pleased to announce that it is now able to offer the full range of website design and development services to kiwi businesses. With a complete product range of both static and dynamic sites available, Orcon's in-house designers, developers and project manager can create anything from in-expensive template based websites through to e-commerce online stores, customized CRM solutions, flash animation and much more.

"It became clear to us that there is a growing need in New Zealand for a professional and customer focused, one-stop-shop for internet services; and that's where our website development division helps round out our current product range" says Orcon's General Manager of Operations and Regulatory, Scott Bartlett.

Much like with broadband, New Zealand has been slower than its OECD partners in adopting websites as a part of doing business; with just 15 websites per 1000 people compared to Germany with 80 sites per 1000 citizens.

"A part of the problem is businesses just don't know who to turn to when they start thinking about their online presence, while at the same time there is the belief that a professionally developed website is going to cost tens of thousands of dollars; this is no longer the case with Orcon's product" says Bartlett.

"We want to get the message across to business that a professionally designed website that follows their brands, has search engine visibility and is regularly and easily updated is an essential part of their operation. Orcon makes the whole process of re-designing or building a new website easy, affordable and enjoyable" continues Bartlett.

Orcon provides a free consultation for businesses thinking about re-designing or building a new website or online application.

* Orcon now offers website development services * Packages start from $495.00 * Static websites, dynamic websites, online applications, design service, photography service, copywriting service.

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