How we create • together at interGen

From social media to measuring performance to simply managing your website, there are a lot of details to cover. InterGen operates on the idea that your website, your social media, and your data are yours. Our job is to make sure that you are getting the most out of your digital resources in the easiest, most convenient way possible.  Helping people, businesses, organizations, and communities move forward together is an exciting endeavor that fuels us. Beyond just programming your website, our passion can move your business forward.

intergen leadership team

Here's what we're passionate about right now... 

Support Team Lead, Kristin Bird and I were thrilled to check out JoomlaDay Florida over the weekend of March 3-5. The event was in the heart of historic Ybor in Tampa Florida.

What is JoomlaDay? Click here to check it out

For those of us in a professional services industry, service is key to our success, if not our survival. We hear the term “Customer Service” tossed around by companies large and small, on a daily basis, to the point that we almost don’t think about what it really means. 

For interGen, customer service means developing and maintaining strong positive relationships with our clients. We understand that technology is a “necessary evil” to many people, so we work hard to make your problems or questions about your website and how it functions as painless as possible for you.

I am a sucker for alliteration. I think it is even better than a good rhyming scheme.

I am also a sucker for putting first things first. You can see the results in my efforts from 12 years ago as I was putting the finishing touches on my game plan to launch interGen. I developed our core values with these two leanings in mind.

Content is the magnet of your website and a key tool in helping to reach your company’s marketing objectives.

 If you want to your site load quickly and have your images look their best, you’ll want to get in the habit of sizing and optimizing your images before you upload them to your site. Optimizing your images isn’t required, but problems can arise if you don’t. Here are our recommendations for image sizing and optimization: