U.S.NEXT launched six new client websites during January, February and March of 2018. The clients include a variety of businesses, governments, not-for-profit organizations, and professional firms:
The Dallas County Sheriff’s Office has announced the launch of its new upgraded and mobile-friendly website. Located at www.dallascountyarsheriff.com, the website is easy to navigate and will be a tremendous tool for the public to access information and services from any computer, tablet, or smartphone.
One of the systems that will be upgraded during our upcoming maintenance window on Friday night is our Barracuda spam filters. After this update, you will no longer be able to access your account by clicking on a link in the quarantine summary email.
Holmes County is known for being a choice destination for sportsmen as well as main campus of Holmes Community College, and most recently for the launch of its new mobile-friendly website. The innovative site, www.holmescountyms.org, is a rich source of up-to-date information about the County’s elected officials and government services, and reflects the community’s rich history, promotes economic growth, and is a quick guide for residents, businesses and visitors.
U.S.NEXT launched 11 new client websites during October, November and December of 2017. The clients include a variety of businesses, governments, not-for-profit organizations, and professional firms:
The past has embraced the future. Using the Internet as a means to expand their reach, the recently opened Mississippi Civil Rights Museum and the Museum of Mississippi History have launched websites that invite everyone to explore the state’s challenging and interesting background. The websites, located at www.mscivilrightsmuseum.com and www.mmh.mdah.ms.gov, provide viewers with engaging content, news, online ticket purchase, photo galleries, interactive maps, online
We are very proud that our client, Bear Creek Water Association, has been named 2017 Water Distribution System of the Year. Here is what was said in a recent article in the Madison County Journal:
Bear Creek Water Association has again earned the maximum score of 5.0/5.0 from the Mississippi State Department of Health for the drinking water supply, officials announced last week.
Yalobusha County, once home to the Choctaw and Chickasaw Indian tribes and later becoming a thriving railroad community, continues to play a prominent role in the economic progress of Mississippi. The recent launch of their new website www.yalobushaonline.org exemplifies the eagerness of Yalobusha County residents to grow and advance in a rapidly changing world. The website features the latest digital trends in online customer service, design, navigation, search and accessibility from virtually any device.
U.S.NEXT launched 8 new client websites during July, August and September of 2017. The clients include a variety of businesses, governments, not-for-profit organizations, and professional firms: