December 4, 2019
You might be wondering what’s new, how to find it, and where to get started. Use this page as a guide to all things #NextLevvel and get pointed in the right direction. If you’re feeling adventurous and want to explore, head over to our home page.
The better question is, what isn’t new? In all seriousness, the entire website underwent a massive overhaul. Everything from company branding to the contact page received an update. We spent months taking an introspective look at who Levvel is, why we do what we do, and how to communicate that clearly to the world. Our new website is the best visual representation of who we are that we’ve ever had. Watch the video below to hear from our team about the process of recreating this website, redefining ourselves, and what this means for you.
Our new home page starts with a statement about why Levvel exists and our mission to help you improve the world with technology. The home page hero includes a few of our most recent and most valuable pieces of research and thought-leadership content, such as our 2020 Real-Time Payments report, a white paper on successful product development from our new Market Research capability, and a blog on the evolution of Chase Pay by our CSO, Scott Harkey. The carousel will be continually updated, so be sure to check back and see what’s new.
A big part of our brand effort involved crystallizing who we are, what we do, and how we do it. Our new services page provides a distillation of the tangible ways we solve challenging business problems with you.
Levvel is unique in that we combine business domain knowledge, design proficiency, and technical adeptness to create full-lifecycle success for your business. We’re not merely a strategy or technology shop; we ensure your success from strategy through to transformation, implementation, and beyond. This new page walks you through the full transformation journey.
Our approach to areas like cloud, DevOps, product, market research, and much more are detailed here. Below that, you’ll see some of our strategic partner relationships, including AWS, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft, and more.
They say “Content is king”. We believe that helpful content is king. When it comes to our revamped resource library, if the content is not helpful to you, we don’t publish it. Our resource library is a knowledge hub containing everything from blogs, videos, checklists, research reports, case studies, and more about the topics you care for most.
Unlike a lot of other firms, we don’t outsource writing. The content you enjoy on our site is created only by our in-house industry experts and thought leaders. These are the same people on the front lines solving real problems in today’s ever-changing ecosystem. Our sweet spot is anything related to engineering, product strategy, financial services, market research, digital media, cloud, and more. Take a look around!
In the past couple of years, we’ve brought thought-leadership events to cities like San Francisco, Denver, Dallas, Atlanta, New York, and many places in-between. We have a lot of events planned for 2020, and we hope to visit your city next.
These events are designed to discuss modern solutions to modern business problems and to involve you in the conversation with a live panel. We’ve teamed up with companies like Nike, Sunglass Hut, The North Face, and Industrious to make these events an experience you won’t forget. Watch the video below to see a recent Nike event in action, and check our redesigned events page to see when we’ll be in your city.
We’ve been fortunate to continue the rapid growth our company has seen over the past several years. Being honored on lists like the Inc. 5000 and CBJ’s Fast 50 are accomplishments of which we’re proud. 2020 is poised to be another year of substantial growth as we look to fill more than 50 roles across the U.S. over the next six months.
We’re excited to find the right people to help deliver world-class solutions and solve tough business problems with technology. If that sounds like you, check out our careers page for current openings.
After you’ve spent some time exploring the new site, we’d love to hear from you! Drop us a line at email@example.com to share feedback, where we fell short, or talk about your next project.
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