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Modwest Expands Web Development Team, Launches Portfolio Site

March 27, 2007View for printing

Missoula, MT (March 26, 2007) -- Modwest , a Missoula-based provider of web services to customers in 53 countries, today announced a recent expansion of their web development team and the launch of a new site showcasing the company's web design services.

The Modwest web development team is now equipped with expertise in all phases of the web development life cycle, from web strategy and information architecture to database programming and graphic design. The company expanded the team to ensure that existing and future clients receive excellent day-to-day service and reap the benefits of emerging technologies and methods affecting the design and development market.

To highlight the company's web design and development services, it recently launched a website dedicated to that purpose at:

Modwest Web Production Manager Joseph Tate reflected on the recent changes:

"Our team at Modwest is more capable and complete today than it's ever been. Together, we have decades of experience in website design and development. From ecommerce to search-engine optimization to dynamic database-driven web applications, we're ready to take on nearly any project. Plus, we're working faster and smarter and meeting our clients' needs better than ever before."

When asked to comment on the company's web design services, Modwest client Erin McGlinchey said, "Having Modwest as our web developer is like having our own in-house design team. Their staff takes our mission and goals to heart."

About Modwest

Founded in 2000, Modwest is a provider of internet solutions to customers on six continents. Modwest offers web hosting, dynamic website design and development, and business and residential DSL service. For more information, visit the company's website at

For more information, contact:

Joseph Tate Web Production Manager Modwest, inc. (406) 541-4678 x4116

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Copyright 2007, Modwest Inc. All rights reserved.

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