Inverse Paradox Acquires Philadelphia Web Design Company VIUS

by on September 1, 2015

vius-releaseBucks County digital agency makes breakthrough into Philadelphia region

PHILADELPHIA— Inverse Paradox, a premier digital agency located in Bucks County, is pleased to announce it has acquired VIUS, a small web design company located in the Fishtown neighborhood of Philadelphia. This acquisition allows Inverse to expand their footprint into the Philadelphia region and continue their work with small to medium sized businesses.

“Our company has grown to work with brands like Power Home Remodeling Group, Dietz & WatsonBrad’s Raw Foods and Unclaimed Diamonds,” said Neil Harner, Inverse Paradox’s co-founder and Director of Business Development. “While we are thrilled at the rate we are growing, we still want to provide smaller businesses the same kind of services that we provide these larger brands. Acquiring VIUS allows us to do this while strengthening and boosting the foundation of their company.”

The two remaining VIUS employees, Andrew Croce and Brian Neff, were brought onto the Inverse team and Inverse will take over VIUS’ Fishtown office. Some members of Inverse’s current staff will work collaboratively with Croce and Neff at the Philadelphia location as the business grows and expands.

Since Harner founded the company eight years ago with Melissa Cherepanya, Director of Operations, Inverse has grown to produce and enhance over 500 websites using some of the most advance WordPress services available, creating entirely custom websites tailored to a business’s goals. They specialize in a mobile-first design approach, producing completely responsive websites and web-based applications.

Equipped with multiple Magento Certified Professionals, Inverse has quickly become one of the top Magento e-commerce providers in the region, servicing clients whose monthly revenues range from several thousand dollars to hundreds of thousands. In addition to this acquisition, the company recently made the decision to allow their employees to work remotely all of the time if they choose.

To learn more about Inverse Paradox, visit their website at

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