#TeamOnsharp continues to grow as Reid Holand joins our development team as a Software Developer. Reid will be an integral part of Onsharp's development sector while he works closely with the rest of the dev team to produce mobile app and custom development […]
Joe Sandin, the President and CEO of Onsharp, joined TechND’s Board of Directors at the beginning of 2020. His term began on January 1, 2020, making him the newest member of the board. As a board member, Joe will work to help execute on the mission of TechND, which […]
Having a slow-loading website can be the biggest red flag for your visitors, if not the only reason they need to jump ship before it loads. Speed isn’t something small business owners usually consider when making their websites. Recently, we published a guest blog […]
Big news: Ethan Gellerman has joined our sales team as a Software Developer! In this role, Ethan will be working with our Senior Software Developers and the rest of the development team to complete mobile app and custom development projects for our clients.
No one likes searching for information on a website, only to run into a page that doesn’t exist. It’s the end of the line for most user interaction with your website since visitors consider this a chip at your credibility. Is there a way to make 404 pages—dare we […]
We welcomed Austin Vanraden to our team as a Website Support Coordinator! In this role, Austin will conduct important daily updates for our website clients and complete website essential package updates.
Big news: Mark Larson has joined our sales team as a Business Development Manager! Mark is originally from Wadena, MN. He graduated with a degree from Concordia College in Moorhead with majors in Communications and World History. As part of his communication’s […]
The Warning Signs of an Outdated Website How can you tell when your company website isn't cutting it anymore? It might not be as obvious as some of the examples we provide, but it is pretty easy to spot a tragically outdated website. And when a website is outdated, […]
So you're going to write a request for proposal (RFP). Being involved with an RFP can be frustrating since it requires a lot of planning and writing before you ever see the end product, which might not even be what you need to begin with. So where do you start? […]