Under Construction and Feeling Great

Happy December, DCD friends!

It’s been awhile since you’ve heard from us, but with good reason. We’ve been very busy here at Deep Core Data, working on some major face lifts to our site and blog content. After spending a month researching and interviewing the needs of the market today, we’ve decided to completely overhaul our current service offerings. We’re hoping that our new portfolio is more concise, relevant, and interesting to our potential customers, and will really help showcase all the solutions that we here at Deep Core Data can provide for you.

Expect our brand new services section early next year, but in the meantime, please feel free to download our Technical Support Services whitepaper, located at the end of this post. It is one of many whitepapers that will be made available once our website renovations are finished. If you want to be kept in the loop about our relaunch, make sure to sign up for our mailing list (on the right side of the page) and we’ll make sure to notify you as soon as we lift the curtain.

In addition to the website, keep an eye out for some free publications that we’ll be distributing in the coming year. We’ll share tips and tricks about growing your business and working in a technological world. Also, we’re hoping to really ramp up our presence at events and in the tech sphere, so look out for more information on where we might show up next!

If there is anything you would like to see in Blog 2.0, drop us a line, leave a comment below, or reach out to us on our Facebook, Twitter, or Google+ page.

We hope you have a great December; it’s good to be back!

 

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2017-01-29T18:06:23+00:00 December 3rd, 2015|Company News, Technical and Customer Support|

About the Author:

Rhiannon is the head of marketing and documentation services at Deep Core Data. A writer and editor for over 10 years, she is also a professional singer and not quite professional gamer. Her favorite blog posts are about tips and tricks to improving software, writing, and general business.

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