New Tool Helps Leaders Understand and Improve Employee Engagement

Net Tango Develops New Web-Based Portal for IQS Research

Recently, two local businesses— web technology firm Net Tango, and custom research and data analytics firm IQS Research—partnered to design, develop and implement a new web-based portal to disseminate engagement scores and manage action planning. Grounded in best-in-class research on workplace motivators, this easy-to-use tool helps leaders understand and improve the drivers of employee engagement that are present in their workforce.

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22 Years Building Websites

From the inside out, we don’t just design websites that look great, we develop sites that work great.

KESA, The Kentucky Workers’ Compensation Fund, was ready to relaunch their brand. They had a new name – ClearPath Mutual – and a new visual identity to accompany it. Now they needed a new website. The only trick was we needed to reuse their existing site structure and content while refreshing the visual design and streamline the site usability.

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Using Technology to Replace Your Paper-Based Process

The Client

Louisville Water Company, known as the best-tasting tap water in America, provides water to nearly one million customers. Community events – think 10ks and fundraisers – often call on Louisville Water to provide on-site filling stations, which they call Fill & Chill. Customers can call in or send an email to reserve coolers and cups at no cost.

“We brainstormed with their team and within two months our new system was operational.

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DC Elevator Website Launch

Louisville, KY (November 1, 2017) – Net Tango, a full-service technology firm which builds enterprise level web solutions for business and government organizations, announced today that it recently completed the design, development and implementation of a new website for Lexington, Kentucky-based DC Elevator, the largest independent elevator company in the state of Kentucky.

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When to consider developing a custom web application

To Build or Buy

We often hear this question from prospective clients. The popular “Build or Buy” Conundrum.

Many clients start off using off-the-shelf (OTS) or Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions, but find that over time, these solutions can no longer accommodate their growing needs.

Consider Your Company’s Situation

You should consider developing a custom web application if any of the following are true of your company’s situation:

You need unique features and functionality specific to your company or industry.

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Using Google Search on Your Website

Using Google to Power Your Website Search

Most large-scale websites are now using a site search feature, making it easier for customers to find what they need, and fast. Site search has proven to increase site engagement and customer service.

Recently, Google announced that it would be discontinuing one of its most popular search products, Google Site Search. Known for being easy to use and manage, web teams and customers have both grown to rely on its robust features.

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Why Drupal

Why Drupal


Drupal Adoption in Government

Thinking about Drupal? You’re in good company! Today, nearly 40% of .gov sites are powered by Drupal, and that number is growing. From the great experience for site builders, access to a huge community of developers, time to market, and enterprise support, it’s no surprise that Drupal continues to gain acceptance. Read more about Drupal adoption in government.

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