I'm sorry, but my first impression of the website was really bad.
Somebody already pointed out the loading time, so I'll just talk about what happens after you get through that part.
When your website loaded up on my high-res screen, all the information I could see, is this:
"Technology is changing exponentially
Our Brains & Machines are loaded with high tech Web, Mobile, Social commerce Solutions & Tools
START A PROJECT"
Now, I'm kinda hoping this happened because I'm a little slow...but in my head I was like "ok, so what if the technology is changing? my brain and machines are loaded with what kind of tools?...yeah, I actually had to re-read the subheading to get the meaning (but I still didn't "get it")...then I'm supposed to start a project? what project? what the hell am I even looking at here?!?
So I clicked the death-of-most-online-businesses button (the browser back button)...
Again, you can hope your visitors will be much smarter (and/or way more targeted) than me, but I still think it's far more likely you've wasted your most valuable website equity...your above the fold space...on something that lacks a ton of clarity.
Your above-the-fold-text needs to grab my attention by the throat and it can't let go until I am so hot and bothered about whatever it is you can do for me, that I will happily jump on your mailing list or even straight-up open up my wallet (feeling like you're absolute idiots for charging me only so very little).
Purely from the design perspective, the site is fine, but design will probably never help you plug any of your huge money-leaking (conversion) holes.
Again, I am a nice guy, and I don't want to talk anybody down, but looking back at the beginnings of my own online career, I really wish somebody would be so direct with me (about how crappy my first website really was).