Experienced WSI Consultant Opens Office in Leesburg
Leesburg, VA, July 30, 2008 --(PR.com)-- WSI (We Simplify the Internet), worldwide leader and leading edge Internet Marketing Consultant company, is proud to announce the launch of a new Internet Consultant office to serve the Northern Virginia area.
Tim Heberling's WSI office, based in Leesburg, will offer reliable and tested e-Business solutions at an affordable price to small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) in Northern Virginia. Not just a website provider, WSI (headquartered in Toronto, Canada) offers a complete partnership with businesses, whereby they also offer post-implementation internet marketing strategies and statistical reporting packages in their extensive product catalogue.
An Internet pioneer, Tim Heberling has over 20 years experience working with the Internet, beginning as a Communications-Computer Officer leveraging the Defense Data Network for the Air Force Chief of Staff's offices. After his air force career, Mr. Heberling was the first member of a team supporting the White House's new website www.whitehouse.gov as well as the President's public email system. Most recently Mr. Heberling served in demanding technical positions over 10 years with AOL Operations.
Tim explains, "Think of me as a new breed of business advisor. Like your lawyer, your accountant, your stock broker—each a trusted business partner whose expertise you rely on to succeed—my role is to ensure your business realizes the full profit potential offered by Internet marketing technologies and techniques. In a nutshell, I am a specially trained and certified Internet marketing expert, ready to deliver products and services that best meet your business needs and your budget."
Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, WSI has been developing profitable Internet Solutions since the mid 1990s. Our network of certified Internet Consultants and Marketing Specialists is the largest of its kind and we're ranked the #1 Internet Services Franchise in the world by industry-leading Entrepreneur magazine.