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As the vice president of sales and marketing for a consumable pet company web development has become an essential and time consuming activity, especially since it’s a function we need to outsource. Despite thorough research and referrals the first several web development companies we worked with were really a challenge. We experienced everything from exceeding budgeted costs, project running late to simple not receiving replies on immediate issues.

I can’t tell you how lucky we are that we found Karim and AID+BC. He and his corporation are honest, talented and responsive. Gone are the days of waiting a month for a response or being disappointed that the functionalities we discussed aren’t working properly. I outline a project for Karim, send him my copy and design thoughts and I have a great looking, functional website for a reasonable cost in a matter of weeks. We have already developed 3 websites with Karim and look forward to doing more with him in the future.

I can’t recommend Karim and AID+BC strongly enough for anything web development based.

Brett Weinberg, VP Sales & Marketing, GlobalOne Pet