Name: Brian Porter
Address: 5668 101st Ave N, 55443 Minneapolis
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Clients & Projects: 12
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Languages Spoken: English
No. of Employees: 6-10
Joined WWDC: 2009
We deliver interactive web design & development services for the progressive online business. Including websites, rich internet applications, mobile experiences and portals. Allow us to show you how we can grow your business today.
Industry SectorsHealth & Beauty, Not for profit / Charity, Financial & Legal, IT, Other, Sports & Leisure, Consumer Services
Tends to work withCorporation / Public Company, Startup, Non-profit Organisation, Private Company
General location of clients:USA
Content Management System:Depending on the client need we use a number of different content managed systems.
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outreach tool that Bucca was commissioned to create for Community Action Partnership. CAP is involved in grassroots public policy and community engagement activities, such as community collaborations to create high-impact strategies. Community Action Agencies are the local service delivery arms ... Read More
VTI is a pioneer in intra-operative medical assembly technology, which helps spine surgeons perform less-invasive procedures on their patients to minimize post operative pain and accelerate patient recovery times. As a mid-sized medical device company VTI needed a re-design of their current webs... Read More
Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Honest Innovation & Superior Quality
Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : Building and maintaining long term relationships with our clients by delivering superior quality with an innovative spirit.
Q : How was your company name chosen?
A : Our name Bucca (pronounced Boo-Kaa), is the name given to a mythological Cornish sea deity which would guide sailors safely back to shore on its wings. In other instances a Bucca was thought to be a winged creature that would grant wishes. We feel that it fits us well.
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