West American Technologies is a website development and philanthropy company.
Hello, my name is Eric Ragsdale. I am the owner and operator of West American Technologies. I have been building websites for the non-profit and small business community since 1999, creating everything from small static websites to large Joomla based membership sites. Whatever your need, I have an answer at a price that will fit any budget.
I have been serving the Gold Beach, Oregon community with websites and computer service for more than a decade. Now the businesses primarily focused on website development for the small business and non-profit community.
West American Technologies creating websites for the non-profit community.
With over 273 million people on the Internet in North America alone, an Internet presence is more important than ever.
By letting the public know what services you provide as a non-profit and having the ability to have your website accept donations for you can be critical to your success.
We are dedicated to creating an Internet presence that is both appealing and functional. At West American Technologies we can not only design and build your website but also build in back end applications to your wewbsite using some of the latest technologies out there like Joomla, CIVI CRM and Lotus Notes.
Third, by giving you the cost benefit of have applications in the cloud as part of your website.
West American Technologies has been building websites for non-profit organizations for more than a decade. Providing cost-effective hosting and website development is key in the non-profit market.
Our matching website grant ($600 to $20,000 value - the organization would pay half) can include any or all of the following for a new or redesigned website:
- Consultation on website needs (Free)
- Project management
- Setup within a content management system
- Custom graphics
- Custom programming
- Adding content
- Search engine optimization
The last several years Google Chrome has been my favorite browser. It's simple to use, does what it's supposed to and it just flat works. But that's not really why I like it; that's just plain doing its job. The reason it's my favorite is really several things. One is that it's secure... maybe not the most secure, depending on who you talk to or what you read. But secure for one big reason in my mind... when you open a new tab in Google Chrome that tab is separated as if it was its own individual program. What that means is that if you have mistakenly gone to a website that has some spyware,malware or even a virus, once you realize your mistake when you close that tab, the threat is gone. If you were to have the same thing happen in Internet Explorer or Firefox, for example, the threat is still there until you actually close the program. I like that a lot.
The other reason Google Chrome is my favorite browser is that it synchronizes my bookmarks and my theme with my Google account between all of my computers. Being a technology professional means that I am always playing with something, some operating system, some new computer or some new software tool. Right now, for example I am using five different computers... two Mac's, a Windows 2003 server, a Windows laptop and a Windows desktop. I also use the Windows desktop as a virtual host for about nine other operating systems... five different versions of Linux, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8. Now, of course, I don't use all these at once, The beautiful thing about Google Chrome is that it works on all of these operating systems, and my Google Chrome shares my bookmarks with all of these different machines and operating systems. It's a feature that's built into Google Chrome, and I can't imagine not using it.
The final reason Google Chrome is my favorite browser is all the add-in applications that Google Chrome has in the Google Chrome web store. It has thousands of add-on programs from games to education, productivity tools, learning tools, and even such things as guitar tuners. If you haven't tried Google Chrome yet, it's definitely worth a look.