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ePages.net Delivers a New Website for the KZN Children’s Hospital

September 07, 2010

After many years of falling into disrepair, the iconic Addington Children’s Hospital on the Durban beachfront is to be brought back to life, thereby assuring the future welfare of the Province’s children.

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This long-standing dream is being made a reality via the formation of public/private task team known as the Children’s Hospital Restoration Project.

As with any project that requires publicity and media attention, one of the first tasks to be addressed was the creation of a dedicated website. The website will form the basis of not only an information portal for the project but also an invaluable marketing tool aimed at bringing on board future sponsors and partners.

As soon as ePages’ (www.epages.net) head office in Durban was asked to be a partner in this project, the company responded with a resounding yes! Working together with other key partners, ePages delivered the website (www.kznchildrenshospital.org.za) in record time to meet the project’s challenging deadline.

ePages’ Sales and Marketing Manager David Meyrick commented, “At ePages we service and support some of the most well known commercial and public sector organizations in the country. We are therefore totally focused on meeting, and hopefully exceeding, our client’s expectations in a tough corporate environment. But when the opportunity came along to put something back into our society, and especially for such a deserving cause as the KZN Children’s Hospital project, we had no hesitation in offering our services. We were motivated by the fact that we could play a part, however small, in contributing to the welfare of our country’s children.”

For further information about how your organization could get involved in this worthiest of projects, please visit www.kznchildrenshospital.org.za.

And to find out more about the ePages’ range of services, please visit www.epages.net.

About ePages.net.

ePages.net (Pty) Ltd is a 100% black-owned Microsoft Gold Partner formed in 1994 with offices KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng, rated by Empowerdex as a Level Three Contributor.

From developing South Africa’s first commercial website in the first year of operation, ePages has grown into a trusted IT partner for some of South Africa’s best known and most prestigious organizations.

In addition to designing and delivering award-winning websites, ePages has extensive expertise in Microsoft SharePoint and Microsoft Dynamics CRM and has Microsoft accreditations in deploying these business solutions.

Where ePages continually excels is in the integration of various technologies within a web framework; be they internally facing Line-Of-Business type systems, or client facing web deployments. This is achieved by combining best of breed products and tools together with a team of highly-skilled business analysts, project managers, developers and designers.

ePages’ approach to development, project management and delivery is that of trusted technology partner rather than just a supplier. This is evidenced by the long-standing client relationships including that first website client from 15 years ago!

About The Children’s Hospital Restoration Project.

It is the objective of the Children’s Hospital Restoration Project is to create a partnership between a number of donor organisations managed by a public/private task team consisting of Department of Health and Durban professionals, on a charitable and pro deo basis, to arrange for the restoration of the Children’s Hospital, into a viable Integrated Children’s Wellness Centre

The task team will include representatives from supporting sponsors and interested persons, who have agreed to commit their time and expertise to this project, and we are sure that this list will increase as the project gains momentum.

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