WingSwept was selected as a finalist for North Carolina Technology Association’s 21 Awards in the category of Customer Service Company. The winners will be announced at the annual awards gala on November 12, where over 500 business and technology leaders are expected to attend.
The NCTA 21 Awards are given out annually to an array of businesses who qualify as the best in each of the 21 categories. In WingSwept’s category for customer service, there are three other finalists. Finalists will join together at the awards gala to celebrate each other’s unique accomplishments and overall excellence in North Carolina.
WingSwept’s submission focused on their Vertical Marketing division and its commitment to their customers. The division creates quality websites for the automotive repair and body shop industries, and finds innovative ways to exceed customer expectations and differentiate themselves from competitors.
“It’s an honor to be chosen as a finalist for this award among so many great companies,” says Jay Strickland, WingSwept CEO. “We’re blessed to have a really awesome customer service team that goes out of their way to make every customer and partner relationship a success!”
WingSwept is a full-service information technology consulting company based in Garner, NC. WingSwept’s services focus on areas of government services, network support, web application development and vertical marketing. The staff of more than 20 serves a diverse set of clients in all 50 states and around the world. The companies maintain separate divisions with dedicated staff for Web/database development and information technology consulting.
The vertical market division currently has two brands that offer functional websites, which are search engine optimized and can be customized for each dealer. WingSwept is experiencing overall growth due to the success of this division. The expansion of one vertical market brand has led to development and launching of another. WingSwept has invested heavily in the resources needed to offer a world-class product. Our company has dedicated Customer Service and Sales staff on site, as well as our own in-house sales force. To learn more about RSW and BSW services, go to www.repairshopwebsites.com and www.bodyshopwebsites.com.
The North Carolina Technology Association’s mission is “Making North Carolina #1 in Technology and Technology #1 in North Carolina.” The organization does this through three main focus areas: executive engagement, public affairs, and enabling member transition to a technology-enabled workforce. For more information, visit our website at www.nctechnology.org.