CMS Enabled Website – Chicago Heights Business Council
The Chicago Heights Business Council has been in operation for over 15 years. They are a non-profit organization that actively participates in revitalizing the downtown business area of Chicago Heights, Illinois.
The council’s existing website was outdated and a new, cleaner looking website was needed. The council was looking to attract new investors and a new website would help them accomplish that.
The newly re-designed website gives the council a new look and a cutting edge presence on the web. Visitors are provided with information on all aspects of what the council offers and the latest news and activities of the council.
Sections on the website include:
- Investor Packages
- Investor Benefits
- Council Activities
- Council History
Furthermore, administrators of the website are able to easily maintain the content. The website was built on a content management system (CMS) platform. This enables the council to keep the website content up to date without requiring additional programming assistance. This added feature keeps maintenance costs down while giving the council the ability to provide its visitors with updated information.
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