COG Digital are excited to announce the launch of the responsive CMS website for Sydney business Gunlake Concrete and Quarries.
Gunlake approached COG Digital to design and develop their new CMS website as through their industry COG Digital had a good reputation for dealing with companies involved in the earthworks, raw materials, extraction, construction and building industries.
The Gunlake Group is an Australian-owned, independent company that draws on three generations of experience supplying the Australian construction industry. Their head office located in South Western Sydney, their connected to local conditions and take a hands-on approach when it comes to managing our busy fleet of concrete trucks. Gunlake Concrete and Quarries is a business committed to combining cutting-edge, Australia-first technology with old-fashioned know-how and a fundamental dedication to personal service.
The brief was broad which covered Business Strategy, Brand Strategy, Digital Marketing and Digital Content development, and obviously including the design and development of a new CMS website that would perform by delivering against the brand objectives while connecting to the core business offer and supporting its digital function and presence on the internet. The new Gunlake website enabled easy administrator access for multiple users of different levels of security, and enable easy content updates for staff to maintain.
COG Digital are experts at website development and key to our website services for our clients is launching websites for new businesses and brands with support during the go live period, and with Gunlake the aftercare and warranty period was well supported. COG Digital ensure all our websites for our clients are optimised to connect seamlessly with social media and supporting the fundamentals of Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and Search Engine Marketing (SEM), and launched to achieve immediate inbound traffic by being submitted for Search Engines such as Google, Yahoo and Bing.
Please visit the Gunlake website here >