Get What You Pay For
Article by Robert Farris
goes to a dentist with a terrible toothache and would do anything to
have it fixed.
According to data collected by ActivMedia's annual study of electronic commerce; website development costs have grown into a $10+ billion industry. While online revenues reached $95 billion in 1999, they are also expected to reach $226 Billion in 2000.
According to this study, online growth is exploding particularly among mid-range and smaller online operations, as companies gear up to meet anticipated demand: "Internet-generated revenues in 2000 will reach $226 billion, nearly six times the $38 billion observed in 1998. Typical growth rates for many mid-range players are even higher, and some companies will experience online revenue growth of over 2000%!
e-commerce programs that see growth rates that are higher than average
are going to budget more for website development today; in order to
handle the expected future business. These companies understand that
with a successful online presence will create the leading companies
of the new century.
Mortgage companies need to have a firm and clear financial commitment to budget their web site development. Your corporate web site needs to look as good (or better) than E-Loan, IF you want to compete with E-Loan.
goes to a doctor with a stomachache; finds out that he needs to have
his appendix removed.
And in closing, there is a web development adage; with top quality web design, you always get what you pay for.
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