Cutting-edge custom websites & software for a lot less than you think.
We build web and mobile apps for businesses of all sizes. The easiest way to get started is to contact us. The consultation is free, and if we can’t help you, we can probably point you in the right direction. You can click here and fill out the contact form , or go old school and call us. Either way you’ll get our attention.
Our 17 years of expertise of building websites and custom software has taught us to focus on security, usability, and efficiency with unmatched productivity and performance.
- Secure Reservation Request Form: This will allow a guest to make a secure reservation request. This will allow us to capture email addresses, phone numbers and mailing addresses. We will use the email to send out future rates, discounts and newsletters. This database will allow the reservation department to login into the database to gather the reservation request. When a guest has made a reservation request, an email will be sent to that guest to insure that someone will contact them within the next 24 hours.
- Rates Email Capturing: This page will be the first of the rates section and will ask for your email address before you can see the rates. This is programmed with cookies. Once a guest has entered his or her email address they will not be required to enter their email again. These emails will allow us to invite these guests back to the facility with current specials.
- Vacation Database: This allows a guest to enter a vacation drawing. The emails are then put into a database and will allow us to send out current specials or rates to these guests.
- Check-In Email Capturing: This database is created for your reservation department. When a guest checks-in at The Lake George Resorts you will want to get their email address. You will then enter the email into the database.
- Email Form: Spam protection for your email.
- Refer to Friend: Allows individuals to refer your website to friends and family members. This is also available with e-postcards / Newsletters.
Have you heard of WordPress? With more than three quarters of a million Facebook fans, it’s probably the most popular content management system on the web. What does that mean? It means with the help of WordPress, we can deliver you a website that you can edit and update yourself. Have you ever had to wait for a developer to fix typos or post your new photos? Not anymore, you can do it yourself with WordPress. And because it’s so popular there is a vast network and support group to help you. Of course, if you don’t want to personally manage those details we can still use WordPress and it means less time and cost to maintain and update your site.
Now, the wonderful developers over at WordPress.org have released this software to the public free of charge. So if you’re feeling savvy you can set it up on your own, choose an existing template, pull from a huge library of plugins to suit your needs and you’re off. But, if you want a custom design, functionality to fit your specific needs and 6 years of experience, then OLWM is the right choice.
More and more customers are now browsing the web on tablets and mobile devices. Traditional websites may not function or display properly on these devices. Even when they do, the text is often tiny and difficult to read. If a user finds your website and it’s not mobile friendly they’re likely to get frustrated and leave, which means you’ve lost a potential customer.
We work hard with our design team to make sure that the sites we deliver display well on tablets and smart phones, because we want your visitors to stay on your site and have a positive experience. We accomplish this with something called responsive design. Rather than build a completely separate site for your mobile users, we program your website so that it’s able to scale smoothly on any device. It’s the same site, we just increase the font size and mix up the layout, so mobile users see what you want them to see and so they can find what they’re looking for without trying to zoom in and pan around the page. If you’ve never experienced this, pick up a tablet or smart phone and browse a few pages. You’ll quickly see what we mean and we think you’ll agree this is not the experience you want your customers to have on your site.