TJD Web Solutions Mission Statement
We follow the "rule of good behavior".
We believe in treating others the way we want to be treated. It means we take the time to listen, understand you and your needs, and to be fair and reasonable in all our dealings with you.
We live up to our commitments.
Quite simply, we do what we say we're going to do. From the small things like returning your calls to meeting a critical deadline. We want to earn your trust in everything we do, so you can feel confident in our commitment to you and your business.
We treat everything related to you as urgent.
Our goal is for you to rise above the competition. That's why every detail regarding your project is critical. We move quickly to develop or resolve any issues related to your project. Our success depends on yours.
Relationships are important.
We love what we do. Beyond the professional and financial rewards of an IT firm is the satisfaction of working with others who understand the value of creativity. We put a high value on all the relationships we build – that's why we're flexible and friendly in everything related to you.
We strive to stand out in the crowd.
Beyond our creativity – it's the level of service we provide. We believe service is a reflection of how we feel about you. Your true friends are the ones who help you move – they're the ones you can count on, and that's the attitude we want you to have about us.
We treat your time and money like ours.
Time is precious–especially if you are a service industry like ours. That's why we believe in being a good manager of our time and resources, because they are truly yours. We're efficient with the time and any related expenses we devote to your project, so you get the most out of your marketing budget.
Great design should make money–not cost money.
Design work that is creative and intelligently produced will generate far more revenue than the initial investment. We strive to target your audience and motivate them to respond the way you want them to, so you can achieve your financial goals.
Great design involves risk.
True creativity is a unique approach. It means possibly doing something no one else has done in your market. The first thing that comes to many minds is something loud or offensive – that's not the case at all. It means you're trying to reach your audience in a new and different way that they will remember and respond to.