Montague Webworks Helps Put Maniatty On The Map!
Greenfield, MA - June 2, 2010 -- Maniatty Real Estate, a premier realty company in Greenfield, MA, was looking for a local web hosting company that could provide them with excellent service and a dynamic content management system, which they could administer themselves. They knew they needed professionals who could get the job done quickly and leave them with a stable, mature system. And so they called on Montague WebWorks.
George Maniatty, principal of Maniatty real Estate, called MWW and requested a demo of their software. Managing Partner Patrick Davis showed up and presented a dozen or so client websites, both front-end and back-end views. Doug Fontaine and Bonnie Seaver, Senior Agents, were in attendance and were visibly impressed. "This will be a piece of cake."
Managing Partner Michael Muller contacted associate designer Michael Connors about the design, which he quickly turned around and sent back to Muller. A few days later the template was up and running and Fontaine was logged in, editing pages and properties and news items. "It's a piece of cake" he said. "I'm pretty impressed at how quickly this all came together. They came to our office, finished working on the template, gave me a quick training, set up the email, and we were done. It pays to use professionals."
The new website can be seen here: www.ManiattyRealty.com
Montague WebWorks, with offices in Montague, Orange and Northampton, can be reached at 413.522.4808 or MontagueWebWorks.com for more information.
Montague WebWorks proprietary Content Management System (CMS) dubbed "WebWorks Lite" can be installed behind almost any website template, either purchased, downloaded free, or hand-created by a designer of your choice. The software sports static pages, image galleries, file cabinets, news and a dynamic databased contact management system, built-in to the news and static pages. HTML experience is not required to operate your website, allowing almost anyone to maintain it. As such there are no monthly fees for updates.