St. Louis, MO (PressExposure) February 12, 2014 -- SteadyRain, St. Louis-based Internet strategy, development and online marketing agency, announces its digital strategy partnership with Hunter Engineering, an award-winning international supplier of automotive manufacturing and repair equipment.
Through a consulting engagement, SteadyRain will learn about the organization as a whole and will gain an understanding of Hunter Engineering's product and service offerings as well as its target audiences. A full review of the organization's current digital landscape is also included in the engagement. Following this initiative, the agency will evaluate an overlay of the organization's strategic business goals to help inform the new digital strategy both on- and off-site.
"SteadyRain has been a perfect fit in assisting with the re-design and development of our web site," said Nick Hausman, Hunter Engineering Web Manager. "Thompson Knox and Matt Ocello continue to play an integral part in taking our website to the next level. We look forward to working with them in the future."
With these insights, the agency will develop a custom digital success strategy for Hunter Engineering and help develop a plan for recreating and maintaining lead distance over its competitors online. The engagement will result in a full set of deliverables provided to Hunter Engineering supporting the strategic plan for web development to enhance its digital reach.
"We are excited about this new partnership with Hunter Engineering. We continue to gain clients who seek in-depth strategy for long-term digital success," said Thompson Knox, SteadyRain President. "We look forward to utilizing the insights discovered within the engagement around Hunter's business goals to help support their already-significant position within their market space by leveraging mobile and web technology to extend their market reach."
SteadyRain and Hunter Engineering expect to launch the redeveloped website in mid to late 2014, depending on the scope of work identified for Phase I of the project.