Regenerative Property Solutions (RPS) came to Bit-Wizards with the need to build an entirely new website to help refresh and optimize their presence on the web.
RPS is an environmental restoration company. They have developed a sustainable and cost effective means to protect the environment by developing all natural organic soil strengthening materials using a proprietary blend of natural absorbent media with carbon and microbes. This soil blend effectively “strengthens” the soil to protect the surrounding environment by degrading or fixing the pollutant before, during, and after contamination occurs.
Initial Project Need
When RPS came to Bit-Wizards they had an existing static HTML website that provided a sub-optimal user experience, was not mobile optimized and was difficult for them to update. They needed to refresh the branding and design of the site to portray their professional services accurately, and they needed to do so quickly to help win a potential client. RPS also needed the site to be optimized for mobile devices to ensure they deliver a rich experience to their target audience on all platforms. In addition to their public facing needs, RPS wanted a platform that they can continue to build, edit and deploy content on without the need for technical expertise or a complicated interface. Lastly, they needed to capture lead data and analyze how their audience interacts with their website so they can more effectively close more deals with prospective clients.
The development team at Bit-Wizards (Kaitlyn Helton, Designer & Developer, and Mike Whalen, Project Manager) chose to build this site on their trusted Content Management System (CMS), Kentico
. Kentico recently released the newest version of their product: Kentico 9
“From the very start, Bit-Wizards consulted with us to be sure we made the right decisions for our project. They were very responsive to our questions and helped educate us along the way. From planning and all through the development phase and then on to launch they were there step-by-step to ensure our project was a complete success!” -Debbie Hitchcock, RPS
This successful project launched on January 14th
after only four short weeks of development time.