"You and your team did a fantastic job building the website"

Juliana Wang
Assistant Director
Yale Climate and Energy Institute

"Small Packages put a lot of creative energy into designing a great website for the Hudson Valley Agricultural Partnership, a coalition spearheaded by Scenic Hudson. The result is a website that is useful, user-friendly, and graphically appealing. Throughout the process, we benefitted from Small Packages' commitment to excellence, creative solutions, and truly understanding their clients' needs. Thanks Greg and Deb!"

Greg Correll is a master teacher as well as a savant of the mysterious, brave new world of cyber-everything.  His patience with this particular cyber Neanderthal has been amazing. He is business-like, precise, but very warm and interactive.  He is generous in allowing his clients to have input on color, visual imagery, etc. When he knows what you want, he tries to make it happen. He works to create for you an expression of yourself or of your organization or company – not a simple task. 

"I wanted to take a moment to thank you for your work on the BAK/DBR project. I work with numerous vendors and it is no small comfort to know that I can always expect the utmost in professional service from small packages. Greg Correll has an uncanny ability to not only provide timely and valuable insight from a design perspective, he also has the rare talent of being able to explain technical capabilities and restrictions...

"I'm writing to acknowledge your generous gift of services ... for design of our logo/identity graphic. The artwork is excellent, and will be very useful... I also want to express our appreciation to you and Steve for your professionalism and talents in design and establishment of the web site. It was a pleasure to work with you––as a near novice I was impressed with your guidance and patience in training sessions. The outcome was an excellent website... Thanks again for your generosity and good work!"

Andrew Mason, President
Schoharie Land Trust

"Use this man. He is brilliant, articulate and bottomline excellent. The stuff he has done with our technology infrastructure is nothing short of impressive. Highly reccommend him to anyone looking to advance their organization.

Gower Idrees

"Small Packages, Inc. and the wrapIT Development team transformed and modernized our website and created a professional, visually unique, and information-rich site that better serves the needs of our member veterinarians.
New and innovative technologies were introduced to help us efficiently store and retrieve information and make it easier for members to find specific data and connect with colleagues.  Our new website not only met our specifications, but continues to be a site that grows and evolves.
We look forward to using our website to fuel membership growth for years to come. Thank you for your excellent work, and continuing efforts. "
Julie A. Lawton, CAE
Executive Director
NYS Veterinary Medical Society
Albany, New York

"The team at smallpackages outperformed expectations in building our interactive web tool. Not only did they LISTEN to our complicated requirements for conducting financial transactions with the platform, but they elegantly executed the product design, as well, delivering ease-of-use along with a pleasing and naturally balanced visual layout.

"We have relied on small packages for nearly a decade for web development, website maintenance, design and copy. They created our first web site (and won a Best Content Award, too!), and have guided us through the ever-changing online landscape, from application design and database architecture, to Quality Assurance and site security, to XML, CSS and beyond.

"Greg and Randy did a great job. With over 25,000 articles, the TG Daily website is one of the larger websites running Joomla. This presented quite a few challenges, for both the initial setup of the website and its database as well as the performance of Joomla as a CMS.

"In less than a year, Small Packages took our Web site, Whatis.com, now the world's leading IT encyclopedia (over 5 million page views a month), and made it famous enough to be cited as one of the Top Five Information Technology Web sites by PC Magazine.

Today, Whatis is a vital part of a multimillion dollar company, TechTarget. Without Greg Correll and Deborah Kaufman, none of this would have happened.