Select Community Services (SCS), an Associa company, launches its newly designed website to better serve and communicate online to its clients and residents.
The new site (http://www.associaonline.com/sites/scs/Pages/default.aspx) features upgraded back-end technology, search engine optimization and an easier-to-use navigation. Taking into account the needs of its clients and residents, the new site also includes added flexibility to allow for a more strategic web presence.
The site is a one-stop shop that considers the users’ needs, from the first-time visitor to the long-time client. Users can easily find management services, industry news and links to Associa’s network of services.
“SCS strives to provide the best and most up-to-date services to our residents and vendors,” said SCS President and CEO Ken Bade. “The new website is another example of how we continue to excel.”
In addition to the new website, SCS has enhanced its social media presence by updating itsFacebook page to the new Timeline version. This version enables visitors to see a better picture of who SCS is, where it has been and where it is going by showing milestones and larger stories on the page.
Select Community Services provides community association management and developer services to Northern Virginia, the District of Columbia and Maryland. Since 2002, its sole focus has been to deliver performance that enriches communities and enhances the lives of the people its serves. To learn more about Select Community Services, please visitwww.scs-management.com or find them on Facebook by visitingwww.facebook.com/SelectCommunityServices.
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