This is one of my favorite holidays to celebrate. Maybe it has something to do with all the great food! But really, I think, it’s because our focus shifts to the people that make our lives so special. From our incredible clients who inspire us every day, to the talented and dedicated team that pushes us forward, Net Tango has much to be thankful for.
In this month’s Net Tango Today, you’ll learn about two exciting projects – a new site design for Read More
Why would a top Fortune 25 customer choose to outsource an enterprise-level IT project?
According to Gartner, a leading technology research company, 75% of projects fail or go over budget; but not at Net Tango.
Our word means everything. At Net Tango, we’re with our clients for the long-haul, and developing trust is vital to our success. Missing deadlines and overspending budgets can have a dramatic effect on a company’s bottom line, not to mention the impact on lost productivity and resources.
We’re happy to announce the launch of the newly redesigned website for Sullivan College of Technology and Design!
Net Tango has been proud to partner with Sullivan to create a fresh design that will meet its growing needs. As part of the comprehensive design process, the new website features a clean, modern design that is accessible on all major devices – desktop, tablets, and mobile phones. In addition, the new website incorporates the use of modern design and improved navigation, and is built using mobile responsive technology.
More good news is out for our client, Louisville Metro Government!
We recently partnered with Louisville Metro’s Technology team on the redesign of the new LouisvilleKy.gov site.
Louisville Business First
“Louisville Metro Government has earned the rank of the second best digital city in the U.S., according to a new survey released by e.Republic’s Center for Digital Government. The annual survey recognizes leading examples of cities that use technology to improve services and boost efficiencies.
The month of October brought many opportunities for Net Tango to encounter new ideas and gain a fresh perspective on our work. Last week I returned from GLIDE – a 3-day trip to Portland, Oregon organized by Greater Louisville Inc – the metro chamber of commerce. GLIDE, or Greater Louisville Idea Development Expedition, seeks to give business leaders and elected officials the opportunity to see how other cities overcome obstacles and achieve success.
Team Tango continued its annual tradition of supporting and partnering with Louisville’s growing IdeaFestival. With the “goal of inspiring all people to embrace the excitement and danger of new ideas,” the event stretches over a 4-day period at the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts. Attendees are challenged to think differently by hearing from global leaders and innovators, and collaborating with other creative minds.