Ahhh...take a deep breath. You have reached the final destination in your search for the perfect web developers. We know it's a been long, hard search, full of incompetence, poor English, and shocking price quotes.
Consider us the holy grail of development companies. We are a team of college students from around the Philadelphia area who have seen the future of the internet and software. Oh, we haven't just seen it - we are building it, one website and application at a time. Luckily for you and unfortunately for us, we are extremely affordable for the 7-8 years of real-world web development and programming experience that each of us has.
If you want to be a part of the future of the internet, look to the right and you'll find our list of services we can supply you with. If you look to your left, you will find your desk lamp and a pile of documents that describe the specifications for the website or application that you were looking to build. Pick up the top document and call us at 610-710-1955. Read it to us. We will take care of the rest. If you don't want to call, visit our contact page for other ways to get in touch.
Here's an example of how we helped one small business:
John owns a chain of art-galleries. He needed to manage multiple store inventories, and since he sells rare art, his item prices frequently fluctuate with the market. Existing software didn't give him the flexibility to manage multiple inventories and prices from one location. Plus, existing inventory management systems didn't allow him to sell items online and synchronize online purchases with his inventory, so his website only showed the addresses and phone numbers of his stores and a few out-dated pictures of his art.
Enter New Main Line.
New Main Line worked with him to create a flexible inventory management system that he and his managers could access online from anywhere. New Main Line streamlined his pricing so that he could calculate his profit-per-artwork solid and adjust it on the fly for multiple items. When he updated the prices from his site, all of his store location managers were alerted on their consoles so that they could reflect the price changes in their physical stores.
In addition, New Main Line created "deep" site content to increase his site's visibility in search engines. By introducing artist biographies and artwork history, New Main Line optimized his site for vertical and horizontal search queries, driving not only more traffic to his site on the whole, but more targeted traffic.