D & B survey of Blue Fountain Media clients shows outstanding past performance in all categories
Blue Fountain Media, a results-driven website design, development and online marketing company in New York City, has been given Dun and Bradstreet’s highest rating, 5-stars, in their Open Ratings System Review.
The ratings cover all key elements of the Blue Fountain Media/client relationship. Blue Fountain Media achieved a remarkable overall score of 94 out of 100. The score was based in evaluations of:
“While I am obviously thrilled with the Dun and Bradstreet report, I can’t honestly say that I am surprised,” said Blue Fountain Media’s Founder and CEO Gabriel Shaoolian. “We maintain very close communication with all of our clients and they have been extremely generous with their praise. As a results-driven web design and online marketing company, we take accountability for clients’ success.”
Shaoolian recommended that potential clients go to Blue Fountain Media’s Client Testimonials to see how a variety of clients rate Blue Fountain Media’s performance.
“We structure our projects so that our clients become part of the team,” Shaoolian said. “At every stage of the process, there is a back-and-forth so we make sure that ideas are exchanged, milestones are reported and there are no misunderstandings or miscommunications. This process leads to the kind of work we are proud of and the kind of work that serves our clients’ bottom line.”
The Open Ratings Review is an in-depth analysis of a company’s financial and business standing. Companies are required to submit all company data including, operations overview, sales revenue, marketing, financials, and a list of clients who have received services from Blue Fountain Media prior to the evaluation.
The Dun and Bradstreet Ratings are used to help in the process of securing contracts with major purchasing organizations (such as the GSA). When the Federal government is looking for vendors to work with, the Open Source Ratings gives them a way to evaluate companies quickly, by cutting down on the time spent in the vetting process.