About

About Us

Address

214 E. Garden St.
Pensacola, FL 32502

Telephone

(850) 807-4377 - Sales
(850) 270-2904 - Support

What We Do

DigiPro Media combines strategic thinking and a proprietary platform we call DigiPaaS (Digital Platform-as-a-Service) to provide innovative solutions that exceed new industry standards. We deliver high-quality work through our focus on ADA web accessibility, communication, responsive customer service, client education, accurate project management, product quality, and an ethical approach to business. We pride ourselves on an exceptional track record of performing work on budget and on deadline.

Our style is to approach each project as a true collaboration in ideation -- the process of creating new ideas. We offer our expertise and guidance whenever needed to ensure that the entire process is as smooth and enjoyable as possible. DigiPro Media’s commitment to quality is present from initial concept through post-implementation support and maintenance, so that you can sleep well during and after the development process. DigiPro Media believes the ideation process begins the moment we connect with our clients. Our goal is to provide strategies and solutions that exceed the expected. To ensure that we deliver, we embrace the ideation process and recognize that it is a collaborative effort. Through this process, we carefully listen to our customer’s goals (and then listen again).

Why We Do It

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How We Did It

2013

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2015

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2017

The content on your website should be simple and easy to read so a wide variety of users can enjoy your copy. For any text on your website, be sure to avoid elements that flash more than three times per second as they can cause seizures for some users. Do not use tables on your website unless necessary. When you must use a table to organize data, be sure to indicate the heading row, as this will help assistive technologies, such as screen readers, read the information in a meaningful way—not just as a string of numbers or words.

Leadership

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Steve Barshov

CEO

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Jessica Barshov

COO

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Dave Glassman

CRO