Testimonials

Our clients speak for us! CourseVector client recommendations and testimonials.

  • Council on Education of the Deaf Second Testimonial

    I want to tell how wonderful it has been to work with Gabriel Mariani and Tim Fulton. Without them, we would be in awful shape.

    Joe, the executive director of the Council on Education of the Deaf, North Kingston, RI. The organization left their old host to join the CourseVector family, and we’re certainly happy to have them!

  • Edgeworth Borough Testimonial

    I just want to thank you again for all you guys did for our website, the final product looks fantastic!

    Patrick, with Edgeworth Borough, works with CourseVector through the Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs. Edgeworth Borough, near Pittsburgh, is one of the premier residential communities in the Sewickley Valley.

  • Hali Beckman Ltd Testimonial

    The service was great which I truly appreciate.

    Hali, from Hali Beckman Ltd, works with CourseVector through a partnership with Zevon Media in Rhode Island. By partnering with designers around the country, CourseVector allows them to offer top-notch hosting and support to their clients even if hosting is not their forte.

  • North Wales Borough Testimonial

    Whenever I put a work ticket in, I receive quick and accurate service. Their response time and willingness to help goes above and beyond every time. This company exceeds my expectations!

    Christine, from North Wales Borough, works with CourseVector through the Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs.

  • Monroe County Control Center Testimonial

    I’ll be contacting you for the web-based one-on-one training, but otherwise, our build is complete. I would like to make one suggestion – that you provide for a version number on the face of every website you design, only while its in the design phase. Changes that I requested, it appeared to me, were being ignored, and so I would go through the trouble again of [re-sending changes] ONLY TO FIND OUT … that my copy was a cached copy. There [was] no way for me to know that … we weren’t on the same page. Other than that, it was a fairly easy process and the team was very patient as we amassed our data.

    Karen is with the Monroe County Control Center. CourseVector is working to address her concerns using a date/time stamp on our development sites. This should help to alleviate the confusion as to which version clients and developers are viewing. Thank you for the suggestion, Karen!

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