IT firm razorblue is enjoying a technical makeover of its own with a new website launched on the back of continued expansion and success.
The IT managed services company is building on the excitement of its expansion into Manchester earlier in 2019 with a new website that has launched this month.
razorblue’s CEO, Dan Kitchen, has worked with Aycliffe Business Park based digital marketing agency, Thrive, for two years, having first approached them for a brand refresh and further design support in 2017.
The firm specialises in managed IT and security services, super-fast connectivity, cloud and hosting and business software solutions across a broad range of industries, working with major retailers, manufacturers, hotels and professional services businesses.
The relationship between the two organisations has continued to grow, as has razorblue’s dominance in the market, the company now has sites in Leeds, Manchester, Wynyard and London, as well as its original Catterick base.
Dan said: “2019 has been another phenomenal year of growth for razorblue and we made the decision to mark this period of success with a new website that will support our future growth plans.
“The new website designed and built by the supportive and knowledgeable team at Thrive enables us to do just that and integrates some of our own innovative features and tools, such as our real-time KPI reporting.”
razorblue is thrilled with its new-look website which now integrates some of its team’s in-house tools and apps, meaning the website is a very bespoke build, completely unique to razorblue and its capabilities.
Reza Snowdon, senior developer at Thrive, said: “It’s been truly refreshing to work with such a forward-thinking company that specialises in the IT and tech sector, and who could really work collaboratively with us to produce a website that sets razorblue apart from the competition and has resulted in a finished product that both companies are incredibly proud to have been involved in.”
Both companies are delighted with the results of the completed product, which puts the user experience at the heart of the website’s very being, with ease-of-use crucial to its design. In fact, razorblue’s desire was to have a website that marked its latest progression, as well as one that was much more functional, responsive and manageable for its team and customers alike.
Thrive senior designer Tom Mather added: “We totally immersed ourselves not only in razorblue’s business model, but also its core values and ethos, to reflect razorblue’s ‘unique approach to IT solutions’, and it’s worth giving a shoutout to Dan and his team for their enthusiasm and support throughout this project.
“At Thrive we understand how invaluable a strong relationship can be to a project, particularly one that is creative and unique like this one.”
Article originally published at AycliffeToday.co.uk.