Artronic Development (ARDE)

Business Case for a Web Site

David W. Eaton
Artronic Development
4848 E. Cactus Rd. - Suite 505-224
Scottsdale, Arizona 85254
December 1995

The media began paying a lot attention to the World Wide Web (Web or WWW) in 1995. You have probably seen the strange looking character strings which represent Web addresses printed in advertisements and flashed on television screens. (Our Uniform Resource Locator or URL, as these addresses are called, is: Perhaps you even know some high technology companies or computer buffs who have their own Web pages (sometimes referred to as a home page, but we'll get into that in the paper.) Have you just brushed it off (maybe even sighed "Nerds!" under your breath) and thought, "What has that got to do with me?" If so, you may be missing a tremendous business advantage.

This presentation gives you some insights into how a Web Site can be of use in your organization and offers some tips as to how even non-technical or over-loaded businesses can take advantage of this new technology, increase business, and improve quality and customer satisfaction along the way.

This presentation is geared toward those who may not be very familiar with the Web, but wish to learn how it can help improve their business.

For your convenience, the following formats are provided:

If you wish, you can attend one of our seminars on this subject, giving you the chance to raise your particular concerns about use of the Web and get answers to your personal questions.

(Updated 08 Aug 2004)