"Judy designed our site from the ground up and was fully responsible for getting us up and going in record time. She continues to refine our pages and actively seeks out marketing opportunities on our behalf. Judy has truly brought our business into the
21st century. We couldnít be more pleased."
- Bart Pouwels,
Embassy Suites Hotel
Judy has been designing, maintaining and marketing websites for businesses in the city of New Orleans since the company was founded in 1994. She is devoted to ensuring that each website professionally represents its clients, and more importantly, attracts visitors.
Constantly keeping up with the latest online research, Judy is integrally involved in the marketing of many hospitalitybusinesses, attending meetings and sitting on committees whenever requested. She has been a speaker on the subject of
Internet marketing and web design at universities, visiting conventions, the LTPA Tourism Summit, the New Orleans Chamber of Commerce and the National Association of Women Business
Owners (NAWBO), and was appointed to the Computer Information Systems Occupational Advisory Board of Unitech Training Academy, a local educational center.
Jim has been with Compucast since 1996. With a Masterís Degree in Computer Science, he provides ongoing server management for all of Compucastís dedicated servers and backup servers, as well as programming for all aspects of our websites. His attention to detail is integral to the custom programming solutions he develops, allowing Compucast to establish dynamic and interactive sites for our clients with Internet solutions that maximize their online revenue.
We are so delighted to have Jenny return to the Compucast Team. With a B.A in Marketing, Psychology and English, she has been in the hospitality industry since 1991, with experience as the General Manager of several hotel properties in New Orleans and Austin, TX. As Project Manager for Compucast, Jenny will ensure your that project is brought to completion with efficiency and accuracy.
Robert graduated valedictorian from ITT Tech with a degree in multimedia. For the past 5 years, he has worked as a web developer and web designer, proficient in modern programming techniques and architectures. With extensive expertise in the latest technologies, he creates intuitive, logical applications and user interfaces for any project.
Our staff of 7 designers and developers have over 45 years' combined experience in web design, brand marketing, logo development, flash, CSS and SEO. Having designed hundreds of websites, our team works together to ensure all of our clientsí sites are developed with an eye to detail and the latest technologies and SEO techniques.
Bobbi brings with her over 30 years of experience in the tourism industry, including 10 years as a client of Compucast (while Marketing Director for Steamboat Natchez and Director of Sales for Harrahís Casino New Orleans). Past President of the Louisiana Travel Promotion Association, Bobbi's enthusiasm for the results we bring our clients, her love for New Orleans and stellar reputation in the hospitality community of Louisiana combine to make her an excellent addition to our team.
After Gayla worked with Compucast part-time for a year, we were able to convince her to join us full-time. Her accounting experience with the New Orleans 911 system and her acute attention to detail makes her an integral addition to our staff.
A computer engineer on contract with the Department of State, Matthew has 5 years of experience on the programming team for the Navyís Peoplesoft project. A graduate of LSU in Computer Science, Matthew was the only LSU student selected to work for the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO), where his work on programming to find gravitational waves was published. He continues to be a tremendous asset to the Compucast team as a programming consultant, and provides online training videos and project management assistance.
Marc was the reason our first website was created, before Compucast even had a name. His vision of the future of the Internet compelled him to spend days studying code when most of us did not have a computer. He continues to provide computer technical and managerial support.