Our diversification and specialization have continued to make us key players in our clients' overall business plans," founder Susan Rampson
had been building and installing equipment, and supporting and designing features for data communications networks.
"I was working for a large corporation that's a wonderful company," Rampson
At first, Rampson
struggled to name the new company.
"It's hard to find a name that hasn't been chosen," she
"We're about leading-edge technology & service," Rampson
had learned the small business stuff from the ground up.
said that larger companies need applications for cost reduction, streamlining, tracking, customer support and service, technical support, and product development. Three years ago, Rampson launched Tridog® Interactive, Inc.
"The way we work in both companies is the same," Rampson
said."But smaller companies need more help with marketing, establishing a Net presence, e-commerce applications, and customer relationship applications.
Like its parent company, Tridog
has a story behind its name."We had three dogs then so it became Tridog
..."Susan and I started our companies at about the same time," said Stevens of Tridog and Denver-based Creative Ink Marketing.
"Our business is 100 percent referral now," Rampson
said."We're really proud of that."
Despite its five years of initial growth, Rampson plans to market the company to accelerate its expansion.Currently, the company has offices in Boulder, San Diego, and New York."We want to have a presence across the U.S.," Rampson