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Title: SeccoPak - Digital Marketing, Web Development, Maintenance

Team Members: Muhammad Shoaib, Ramiz Khan, Adnan Arshad, Ali Malik, Zafran Shafique

Platforms: Website, Social Media

Technology: Photoshop, Illustrator, Wordpress

Duration: Working since 3 years and on...


SECCO Pak (Pvt) Ltd is a leading steel doors and windows manufacturer in Pakistan. It develops its products with the technical cooperation of Italy following European Technology.

SECCO Pak provided quality services in the industry, however, their website shut down because of non-maintenance. The absence of marketing activities cost them potential clients and branding in Pakistan’s evolving and competitive business enterprise. The client was looking to relaunch their website and that too with a modern design, conveniently providing it a distinctive edge over its key competitors.

Rehabilitation of a website is not a straightforward task, and we knew the challenges. We had an extraordinary portfolio and competitive services to offer the client; one cannot refuse because of the quality and cost-effectiveness. The client assigned team DawahSoft 2 months to complete the task, and we willingly accepted the challenge. The crimson design completed on time. It was now time to move onward with digital marketing. The client also entrusted team DawahSoft with Digital Marketing Campaigns based on our client feedback and testimonials. Our Search Engine Optimization tactics and Social Media Management have not only helped build an online brand, but also close deals with customers and businesses.

SECCO Pak has worked with over 10 premium clients among a plethora of high-profile clients across Pakistan. These include, but not limited to the Pakistan State Department, Serena Hotels, Bahria Town, etc. SECCO Pak has also entrusted team DawahSoft with continued online operations as the practical results from the extensive campaigns speak for themselves. DawahSoft genuinely enjoys a progressive relationship with the local client.