Ugh!! I really hate when the word wrapping screws
up like it did on my post.
On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 5:40 AM, Denis L <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Peter, Peter, Peter... :-)
> There are multiple dimensions to every project, and no two projects are
> the same. Our services group is an experienced team that has worked on many
> projects together over the years. We are a young/nimble/ambitious firm that
> always goes the extra mile to make sure our customers and projects are
> We do what's right for our customers; whether it's supplementing, extending,
> training or even outsourcing their staffs capabilities. We also do entire and large
> scale projects from soup to nuts. Sometimes we turn these projects over
> to the client for maintenance and/or enhancements and sometimes we
> also do the long term maintenance.
> For project type buzzwords; certainly Web 2.0 and Cloud often fit. Providing a
> positive end-user experience that's architecturally sound, cost effective, and
> horizontally scaleable is the norm for our Services Group. The Cloud and
> Virtualization are likely to be part of our solution depending on the requirements.
> We expertly apply these concepts, in appropriate ways, in the design, development,
> testing, and deployment phases of our projects.