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Vision Internet Unveils New Brand and Redesigned Website

Original eGov Experts Reveal "What's Next" in Online Government at Annual Gathering of City, County Communicators

SANTA MONICA, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 09/04/13 -- Vision Internet, the first company to specialize in government website development, unveiled its own redesigned website and renovated company brand today at the 25th annual national conference of the City-County Communications and Marketing Association (3CMA) in Scottsdale, Arizona.

The new site and brand reflect the vision of company President and Founder Steve Chapin, an innovative and energetic leader who guides Vision Internet in its philosophy that each community is unique and deserves a creative, customized solution.

"We're practicing what we've always preached to our local government customers," said Chapin. "Websites are dynamic communications tools in which simplicity rules. We've updated our own website to make information even easier to find and to better capture the spirit of our experienced team of government website designers. Our team wrote the book on best practices in government website development and our new site shares that information more effectively."

The newly redesigned visioninternet.com website goes live today and showcases dozens of innovations Vision Internet has incorporated into local government websites throughout North America. The company's new website:

  • Guides communities through a "how to" process of planning a new or upgraded website.
  • Explains the benefits & functionality of its advanced but easy-to-use content management system, visionCMS.
  • Offers case studies for an in-depth look at how local communities are using Vision Internet technology to build public trust through transparency, financial accountability, advanced mobile communications and responsive design.
  • Includes links to Vision Internet-developed sites that have won national recognition for transparency, design and functionality.
  • Gives a rundown of what's available today and "what's next" in local government communications with citizens.

In addition, the new site showcases the company's core values: integrity, excellence, innovation and relationships.

"Innovation is contagious," said Chapin. "Our designers and programmers never stop looking for new ways to capture the unique personality of each city and county we serve. As a result, the websites we produce have the power to energize communities and inspire citizens to take a more active role in local government. This is why our new brand campaign is built around 'What's Next' in online government."

For more information about Vision Internet's transformative government website technology, call 888-263-8847 or visit www.visioninternet.com/freedemo.

About Vision Internet
Headquartered in Santa Monica, Calif., Vision Internet is a national leader in government website development with more than 500 government, non-profit and education clients in U.S. and Canadian communities with populations that range from less than 1,000 residents to more than 5 million. The company creates cost-effective solutions that increase government efficiency, transparency and interactive communications with citizens. Over the past 17 years, the company has earned hundreds of prestigious awards for its unique websites, including numerous 3CMA Savvy Awards. In 2013, Vision Internet launched visionCMS™, a powerful, easy to use content management system developed with feedback from hundreds of municipal clients. For more information visit www.visioninternet.com.

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