MWI, a brand management and Web development firm, has been selected to assist Workers Compensation Fund with its Web development efforts. MWI is working with Workers Compensation Fund’s in-house communications and information technology team to create and implement a new Web site design for the company.
“MWI was selected because of their expertise and past experience,” said Rachel Lewis, Communications Specialist for Workers Compensation Fund. “We were impressed with their capabilities and the high caliber of their products. We are eager for the project to begin and are excited for the end result.”
Joshua Steimle, CEO of MWI, felt the selection was a big step for his company. “Being selected by Workers Compensation Fund was a big moment for us,” he said. “They are a high caliber client. We are especially pleased and excited to have been awarded the contract.”
MWI will be handling the creative development of the Web site in consultation with Workers Compensation Fund’s creative team. Once the creative work has been completed, MWI will work in conjunction with Workers Compensation Fund’s information technology team to develop the Web site.
The Web development project has a deadline scheduled for mid-November, and the new Web site will replace the current site, found at www.wcfgroup.com, during the first quarter of 2005.
About Workers Compensation Fund
Established in 1917, WCF promotes safe workplaces to more than 28,000 Utah companies. A mutual insurance company owned by its policyholders and governed by a board of directors, WCF provides insurance products, claims administration, safety services, medical case management and special investigation services. More information at www.wcfgroup.com.