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Imaginary Landscape Named Top-Ranked Web Developer and Ecommerce Developer for 2018

April 5, 2018

Imaginary named as Top Chicago Ecommerce Developer. Expert in Python and Django Web Development.

For the second year in a row, Imaginary Landscape has been named to the Top Chicago Developer list compiled by Clutch, a leading business ratings and reviews site.  In addition, Imaginary was named to the Clutch Top E-commerce Development list for the first time.  

“We’ve focused this past year on designing and implementing sophisticated e-commerce platforms for our clients,” said Brian Moloney, President and CEO of Imaginary Landscape.  “Their willingness to participate in the Clutch process is a reflection of the success they’ve seen with these state-of-the-art e-commerce systems.”

Clutch is an independent research firm located in Washington, D. C.  Its analysts evaluate companies, interview clients and combine these quantitative and qualitative indicators into a comprehensive report on companies.  Based on this rigorous process, Imaginary Landscape emerged as one of the best website and e-commerce development firms in the Chicago market.

"As the online economy grows, having a strong digital presence is important in a bustling city like Chicago," said Sara Philibotte, business analyst at Clutch. "These leaders stand out from the crowd, with not only their diverse and specialized skills but also their commitment to staying on top of the latest digital trends. This expert knowledge, along with unmatched customer service, earns them a top spot in our rankings, and we are excited to award them the praise they deserve."

About Clutch

Clutch is an independent B2B research firm in Washington, DC. It’s Leaders Matrix methodology maps service providers based on their areas of focus and their proven ability to deliver.  The most highly weighted component is feedback from clients. Clutch staff makes direct contact with current and former clients to get their input on a range of qualitative and quantitative topics. Client feedback is then weighted by project size and complexity.

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