Friday, February 5th, 2010
We’re modest folks, but sometimes you need to pat yourself on the back a little for all your hard work. What am I talking about? Well, you’re lookin’ at it. We’ve allocated every last drop of our resources to overhauling our web site. It’s actually a COMPLETE overhaul — not just on the end that you can see, but also our order processing and customer management system has been updated.
Remember this little guy?:
Well, as much as we loved our old website, there comes a time where technology needs to be upgraded. Rest in peace, old friend.
Some of our staff members have been sitting in meetings for a long, long time to get this bad boy out. I’d say it’s worth the effort, wouldn’t you? Feel free to email me and let me know what you think. Special thanks to Keith the webmaster and our friends at IDP (who aren’t strangers to the spotlight).
Needless to say, all the folks who work here and aren’t busy on the phones or repairing your iPods, iPhones, PSPs, and Macbooks every day have been busy making the iResQ web presence a better place for you and me. We’ve made significant enhancements to the look, feel, and most of all, customer experience. You can read all about it from our press release (iPod & iPhone Repair Leader’s Improved Website Allows Order Tracking, Faster Turnarounds, New Repair Services) which includes a nice little tutorial video in case you are new to ordering on the web.
Don’t worry, we’re the same company with the same people. We just look a little different!
Formerly known as ipodresq, macresq, powerbookresq. iResQ is pronounced "irescue" or "i rescue"
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