DUNWOODY, GA - (August 1, 2004) Website Specialists of SDOC Publishing announced today that they have completed their studio relocation from Houston, TX to the north Atlanta suburb of Dunwoody.
SDOC Publishing grew to prominence in the Houston area under the leadership of proprietor Adrienne Duncan, a Web Designer for the world-renowned M. D. Anderson Cancer Center and frequent contributor to the hospital's Internet Advisory Committee. Duncan applied that experience to smaller organizations and businesses. "There is no reason why each and every business should not have experts developing and maintaining their Internet presence", she said recently. "The principles of good web promotion are the same for any organization, no matter how large or small."
Duncan retired from medical writing at M. D. Anderson when her spouse received a job promotion - one that required an Atlanta residence. "I wouldn't have minded continuing (M. D. Anderson's) web development from a distance. But Texas State law prohibits employees from working out-of-state." Duncan intends to devote all of her energies to developing affordable Web presences to independent businesses.
All of SDOC's current clients have continued their contracts. Clientele range from churches and schools, to attorneys and musicians. SDOC Publishing has a proven track record of adapting technologies and marketing strategies to a broad range of clients.
So, what does Ms Duncan think of her new hometown?
"I didn't think it would be possible to find a community that I loved more than the one I came from. But everything about this relocation was better than I could have expected. We are enamored with our new neighbors. Mr. Duncan and I will always be happy in Dunwoody. I hope that SDOC Publishing will be a good business neighbor as well."
Ms Duncan, proprietor of SDOC Publishing is available for commentary on web design and welcomes new clients. All consultations are by appointment only so each client receives undivided attention. Visit www.sdocpublishing.com for further information.