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New Website for Syndicus, Inc.

Annapolis, MD – April 14th, 2014

Syndicus, Inc. is an Annapolis based technical recruiting company. Since its founding in 2007, the company has grown exponentially now offering staffing and solutions/consulting across Health IT, Technology Services, and Life Sciences. The company prides itself on strong relationships. Valuing long term working relationships with our clients is also the model at Take One, that’s why when Syndicus asked us to redesign and program their out of date site, we were completely on board. That’s right, we designed the site back in the day too! As much as their business grew and changed, so did ours.

In 2009, when Syndicus was still young, they came to Take One with the need for a professional website. We worked with them to develop what was a robust, clean, and easy to navigate site. As Syndicus branched out and added more services and clients, it became clear that they had greater web needs as well. Web technology and how users access the web has also changed significantly since then. Syndicus did their research and came up with a scope of work looking for a highly developed responsive site that they could easily maintain themselves. A Responsive Web Design (RWD) involves designing and programming the site for optimal viewing experience – across all devices be they desktop or mobile. In 2014, Syndicus vetted several developers and awarded the project to Take One Digital Media. In a few short months, we delivered a site that ticks all of their boxes ( This project is a great example of how long standing vendor/client relationships can and should grow with time..

The site is built in WordPress and boasts a responsive design that incorporates all of Syndicus’ needs for news posting, SEO optimization, and easy site updating. The site is hosted on our WordPress Managed Hosting solution. From start to finish, this project is a great example of how Take One prides itself in partnering with its clients for win-win outcomes.
See how time and technology can work together –

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