December 15, 2015
The First Nations Technology Council and Animikii Inc. partner to provide First Nations communities and organizations with innovative website development services and the skills to manage online presence easily and independently.
Coast Salish Traditional Territory (Vancouver) - The First Nations Technology Council and Indigenous-owned web services company Animikii Inc. are pleased to announce a new partnership that offers affordable website development services to First Nations communities and organizations in British Columbia.
Together, the Technology Council and Animikii have designed four web development packages that deliver simple and elegant custom designs, features and functionalities, created to provide solutions that meet unique needs and build internal capacity quickly to develop and maintain the site without additional cost or ongoing reliance on external expertise.
Benefits of choosing us as your service provider:
- Save money by handling website updates internally - only requires basic computing skills
- Web development packages start at $2000
- Packages includes webinars and training for staff
- Established, clear process for getting your site developed and content online
- Promotion of website through the First Nations in BC Knowledge Network
- Combine training with Social Media Management and/or E-Newsletter development training
Find details on web service packages here and to start accessing our services!
Celebrating its 12th year in business, Animikii Inc. is a web-services company building web-applications and designs for clients. Animikii is proudly a 100% Indigenous owned company and works closely with Indigenous groups across Canada developing web-based software and online presences. Animikii’s content management system powers websites for national, provincial and local Aboriginal communities including the Aboriginal Healing Foundation and the Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers (CANDO).
The First Nations Technology Council (Technology Council) is an enterprising non-profit that was created by First Nation communities in British Columbia and endorsed by the First Nations Summit in 2002 to support the technology needs of the 203 First Nations in BC by engaging in activities to implement or enhance access to and use of technology.